The Snowy Valleys Way starts in the rolling hills of Gundagai, home of the famous 'Dog on the Tuckerbox',  and winds its way south through Tumut, famous for its spectacular autumn colour and the appropriately named Falling Leaf Festival held each autumn.

From there, it's on to Batlow, home of Australia's most famous apples and the Apple Blossom Festival each Spring.

Tumbarumba is next on the list, with it's country style township boasting a unique art gallery, the Pioneer Women's Hut and each February, Tumbafest - a weekend of local wine and great music.

From Tumbarumba, the route crosses the mighty Murray River at Towong and heads through Corryong - Man from Snowy River country. Rail trails and Rock n' Roll are features of Tallangatta as the route heads further south.

RV Friendly Camping

If you are a wanderer you will love the opportunities for places to stay with your mobile home along the Snowy Valleys Way

 Events for all seasons

From local races, to music festivals, unique heritage events and food and wine, there is sure to be an event to entrance you and sample our culture.

Food and Wine

Fresh fruit, sophisticated wines, and value added farm produce can all be found along the Snowy Valleys Way Food Trail.

Bushwalking & Fishing

The Murrumbidgee and Murray Rivers, mountain streams and lakes, and a number of National Parks offer great opportunities for fishing and bushwalking.


Hotels, motels, resorts, caravan parks, cabins, self contained and B & Bs, the Snowy Valleys Way offers a choice to suit all budgets and choices.


Discover the stories behind our local culture, from indigenous discovery tours to the mountain cattleman heritage