Introduction of Tumut

Tumut is a small town in (Riverina region), southeast New South Wales, about 410km by car from Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, and 190km from the Australian capital, Canberra.

The Rivarena region is Australia's second largest wine region after (Barossa Valley), South Australia's Barossa Valley. Tumut is located on the (Tumut River) side of the Tumut River, on the northwest foothills of (Snowy Mountains), leaning on mountains and water, with beautiful scenery. The town has a different landscape from season to season: the refreshing and clean water of the lake in summer makes it the perfect trout fishing ground; In autumn, nearby Coxiucau National Park (Kosciuszko National Park) color makes the town extremely lively; winter is the favorite season for ski enthusiasts, they come to this snow-covered snow mountain to enjoy skiing; And in spring, the town was revived by the river, and it was a vibrant sight.

There are many popular hiking trails in and around the town of Tumut, where you can enjoy the beauty of the road.

Airport(s) of Tumut

  • Tumut Airport (Code: TUM)

Visitor centre of Tumut

  • Addr: 5 Adelong Rd, Tumut NSW 2720
  • Tel: (02) 6947 7025
6k (2016)

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