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Best things to do in Kosciuszko National Park

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Brewery
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“A 12 minute drive from the chalet is the Wildbrumby Schnapps Distillery where you can sample some of the local schnapps for free, and perhaps pick up a souvenir bottle for friends or family. Eat at the Distillery Door and Cafe, wander the Sculpture and Garden Walk and check out their website for upcoming events and festivals as there is always something on here. ”
40 locals recommend
Australian Restaurant
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“Fantastic Breakfast, Lunch and Coffee - modern, fresh produce Also stocks sourdough bread from 3 Mills Bakery in Canberra.”
19 locals recommend
Brewery
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“Delicious craft beers brewed with the fresh snow melt from The Snowy Mountains. They offer great snacks to enjoy with your frosty, too. ”
13 locals recommend
Pub
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“A cosy pub with classic meals like lamb shanks, Kosciuszko beer battered flathead fillets and Portuguese baked chicken breast. Family friendly, great for a group of mates and sneak a table by the open fire for a more romantic dinner. Lots of great Australian and New Zealand wines on offer, too. ”
15 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Take a walk to the highest mountain in Australia. The iconic Mnt Kosciuszko. This will be a walk to remember, don't forget the camera for some beautiful snaps.”
15 locals recommend
Ski Area
“Perisher is our pick of the mountains for skiing and snowboarding, with lots of great runs to cruise down for an enjoyable day on the slopes. Please note, if you are not driving a 4WD, chains must be fitted to tyres to gain access to the resort. Alternatively, guests can drive 19km in a standard car to Ski Tube, where you can catch an alpine train right to Perisher Ski Resort. Check out the Perisher website for package deals on lessons and lift tickets. ”
15 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
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“Tapas style Japanese restaurant that will make Jindabyne feel even more like an alpine town with delicious sushi and ice cold beers. ”
11 locals recommend
Lodging
“Usually has good food in the restaurant and also tapas in the bar. The bar is well known for playing all the sport matches on the screen and everyone goes down the cheer.”
7 locals recommend
Lodging
“Epic food and 30 metres away from our apartment- great bar if you wanna have a drink around a fireplace”
7 locals recommend
Lodging
“The Hotel has a couple of Bars - The Piano Bar near reception and the Schuss Bar. Both often have live music. There is also a pool bar that operates with a DJ during winter. Plenty of fun to be had here!”
7 locals recommend
Lake
“Summer or winter, Lake Jindabyne offers a picturesque background to a morning walk, spot of exercise, scoot or bike ride along the walkway or splash in the alpine water. One of the reasons we love this town so much is this lake! It hosts an interesting history, covering the old town of Jindabyne that was flooded in 1967. At low tide, you can catch a glimpse of the steeple from the old church. in summer, you can even charter your own sail boat from Lake Jindabyne Sailing Club. ”
12 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Variety of essential stores, fashion boutiques, bakery, cafe, restaurants, ski boutique and hire, hair & beauty salon, Medical Centre & Pharmacy”
9 locals recommend
Museum
“A Charming look back at the History of Snow Sports in Thredbo. See all the skiing paraphernalia of bygone days and check out the local legends.”
3 locals recommend
Clothes Shop
3 locals recommend
Café
“Nice Brekky and Coffee right at the visitors centre. Fuel Up and get all the info you need on the area. The National Parks building next door is where you purchase you park entry fees.”
5 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Good cafe just down the steps from the apartment in the Village Mall. A bustling local meeting point. Open for breakfast lunch and dinner most of the year.”
6 locals recommend