For all those armchair travelers for whom Australia is a dream destination, this land of beautiful landscapes deserves all the hype. Here's everything you need to know about the Snowy Mountains in NSW
1. Kosciuszko Walk.
2. Kosciuszko National Park.
3. Lake Jindabyne.
4. Alpine Way Scenic Drive.
5. Mount Selwyn.
Once you hop off the 15-minute chairlift, start with the 13-kilometre hike through the rugged Ramshead Range and the glacier-carved Lake Cootapatamba.
Spanning an area more than 6000 square kilometres, this magnificent national park covers snow-clad peaks, alpine meadows, snow gum forests and limestone gorges.
This lake is one of the largest fresh water reservoirs in the state. This sparkling blue waterway is the focal point of the resort town of Jindabyne.
Wanting to witness the sweeping mountain views and unending vistas? Head out to the Alpine way, also known as Kosciuszko Alpine Way.
The Wadbilliga National Park is located at about 40 kilometres from Cooma. Wadbilliga National Park holds the unspoiled catchment areas of the Brogo and Wadbilliga Rivers.