Tumut Riverwalk Is A Great Day Out

Tumut Riverwalk Is A Great Day Out

Tumut Riverwalk Is A Great Day Out

The Tumut Riverwalk is a great day out in Tumut NSW. This fun and easy little walk is in the town of Tumut on the edge of Kosciuszko National Park close to the NSW and ACT borders.

Tumut Riverwalk Map

Tumut Riverwalk Map

In Tumut New South Wales you will find this 3.4-km loop trail that makes for an easy and enjoyable walk. An average of 47 minutes is needed to complete this route. It is considered an easy route. In quieter hours of the day, you may still enjoy some solitude along this popular trail for birdwatching, mountain biking, and running. January through February are the best months to visit this trail.

Underneath View of The Old Tumut River Bridge

Underneath View of The Old Tumut River Bridge

The loop features a walk along the Tumut River as well as a walk through the Tumut Community Labyrinth for Peace. A picnic can be enjoyed at the Bull Paddock Reserve or at the picnic facilities. This walk is a favourite among families because it offers plenty of things to see and do for kids.

Horses Seen From The Tumut Riverwalk

Horses Seen From The Tumut Riverwalk

Amanda and I did this walk on a quiet Sunday morning in early February. It got a bit warm towards the end of the walk and we were glad that we had set off nice and early. A few beers and some lunch at the Royal Hotel in town finished off what was a very enjoyable day.

Royal Hotel Tumut

Royal Hotel Tumut

Visit The Tumut Community Labyrinth For Peace On The Tumut Riverwalk

Part of the Tumut Riverwalk goes through the Tumut Community Labyrinth. Through the Tumut Labyrinth community service is celebrated in peace and conflict. All people young and old, together or alone, can use this place of reflection and contemplation in Pioneer Park.

Tumut Rotary Park Tumut Community Labyrinth For Peace

Tumut Rotary Park Tumut Community Labyrinth For Peace

The path is wide enough to accommodate two people walking together including caregivers for children and the less able. It is plenty wide enough to facilitate access by wheelchair or motorised scooters. Way stations provide places on the journey for rest and reflection. Stories of local Indigenous and European settlement are outlined on panels in the way stations.

Horses Seen From The Tumut River Walk

Horses Seen From The Tumut River Walk

Dig Tree To Haddon Corner Via Planet Arrabury Road

Dig Tree To Haddon Corner Via Planet Arrabury Road

Dig Tree To Haddon Corner Via Planet Arrabury Road

The Dig Tree to Haddon Corner via the Planet Arrabury Road. Another day on the MARS Enthusiasts 2019 National Muster. We called in at Nulla Outstation along the way. We left the dig Tree and headed north on the Planet Arrabury Road. Our final destination for the day was Birdsville however we planned to call in at Haddon Corner for a look.

The Planet Arrabury Road

The Planet Arrabury road varies from quite rough with large stones (some big enough to end your day) though to sandy and it eventually becomes a wide gravel highway towards the northern end. The first part of the southern section was awesome. The Cooper Creek basin and northwards is an ancient valley. You are surrounded by eroded flat-topped mesas that let you see the original level of the land as it had been millions of years ago. The planet Arrabury Road follows the valley floor. You are surrounded by fantastic ochre coloured hills – it looks a lot like the painted desert out from Coober Pedy and Oodnadatta. It’d be an awesomely magical sight from the right vantage point at sunset.

Traffic Jam On The Planet Arrabury Road

Traffic Jam On The Planet Arrabury Road

We called in at Nulla Outstation for a look and to break up the trip. What a nice little detour it was. The old outstation looks just like it must have a hundred years ago. It shows signs of recent use. There are some more modern (albeit dodgy looking dongas) alongside the old building that are probably see more use these days more than the original. On the way back out of Nulla Outstation one of our fellow MARS Enthusiasts Scott White mentioned he’d seen a nice old antique shovel on his way in and he was going to pull over and pick it up. Guess what? Turns out it was his own bloody shovel that must have fallen off his car on the way in. It gave us all one hell of a good laugh!

Nulla Outstation Bunkhouse 2019

Nulla Outstation Bunkhouse 2019

After a few hours the Planet Arrabury Rd rises up onto the tableland. From here to the end the changes are more subtle. As usual out this way there’s a lot of of gibber country and stretches of flood plains and sand country. Eventually you get to Sturt’s Stony Desert. He wasn’t mucking about when he named it either! It’s a never ending view of gibbers covering the landscape. Good old Charles Sturt walked through this country in one direction then walked back through it in the other because he was enthralled by the landscape. The bloke must have been absolutely bloody bonkers.

Entry To Nulla Station Bunkhouse

Entry To Nulla Station Bunkhouse

200km north of the Innamincka/Thargomindah Road you come to the turnoff to Haddon Corner. After we’d all come this far there was no way we weren’t calling in for a look!

Haddon Corner

From the Arrabury road, take the Haddon Corner turn off. A green finger sign points to Haddon Corner. The road is gravel, but it’s generally in quite good shape. There will be a difference depending on whether rain has fallen recently. All roads in the region would become impassable if that were the case. A 15-km drive will take you to Haddon Corner. The final two kilometres are across two sand dunes. While these sand dunes aren’t large, dragging a caravan through them wouldn’t be a bright idea. Campers with off-road tyres could get in with reduced tyre pressures. We all unhooked our vans and camper trailers at the base of the first dune, and drove in with just our vehicles. The track across the first dune from the end of the main track is well enough – it’s both easy to find and easy to follow.

Drone Shot The Crew At Haddon Corner

Drone Shot The Crew At Haddon Corner

We all had our photos taken and signed the visitors book. El Supremo Peter Woolsey put up his drone and took some fantastic videos and photos – thanks Pete you’re a legend! Other than the corner marker there isn’t mush to see – in fact there’s nothing but that isn’t the point. The point is being there. There’s a lot of dust and wide expanses of pretty much nothing except for sand and rocks with the odd shrub having a crack at survival. There are no facilities and this really would be remote camping. There is a picnic shelter if you’re keen on spreading out the rug and munching on some cucumber sangas.

MARS Enthusiasts 2019 National Muster At Haddon Corner

MARS Enthusiasts 2019 National Muster At Haddon Corner

Camping At Haddon Corner

There’s a free camp at Haddon Corner. This free camping area is 4WD only and for tents and camper trailers only. Pets are allowed.

Haddon Corner Location

  • 165.25kms East of Birdsville
  • 178.05kms West of Windorah
  • 195.77kms North of Innamincka
  • 359.13kms South of Boulia

Haddon Corner is the north-eastern corner of the state of South Australia where it meets with Queensland. It was first surveyed by John Carruthers, Lawrence Allen Wells, and Augustus Poeppel around 1883.

Silverton Caravan Park – Silverton Camping At Penrose Park

Silverton Caravan Park – Silverton Camping At Penrose Park

Silverton Caravan Park – Silverton Camping At Penrose Park

Silverton Caravan Park (Penrose Park) is only 5 minutes from the Mundi Mundi bash location and a 20 minute drive from Broken Hill. You’ll find everything you need at Penrose Park.

We’ve been there loads of times – it’s one of our favourite places to camp. You get the facilities of a caravan park without the crowding and small sites and all with the feel of remote area camping. The Silverton Caravan Park campground offers spacious powered camping sites as well as a wide range of camping options. The park is situated right on the border of the breathtaking Mundi Mundi Plain and nestled beside the serene Umberumberka Creek, providing a tranquil escape. You won’t be disappointed by Penrose Park.

Silverton Caravan Park Penrose Park

Silverton Caravan Park Penrose Park

Top 5 Things To Do While Staying At The Silverton Caravan Park Besides The Mundi Mundi Bash!

Here’s a list of the top five things to do in Silverton NSW.

  1. Silverton Ghost Town – Walk through Silverton’s historic ghost town. You’ll find old buildings and relics from its past as a mining town. It’s like stepping back in time!
  2. Mad Max Museum – Discover the iconic film history of Silverton at the Mad Max Museum. See props, vehicles, and memorabilia from the famous Mad Max movies filmed in the area.
  3. Enjoy a Meal at the Silverton Hotel – Grab a bite to eat or a refreshing drink at the Silverton Hotel a famous outback pub with a rich history and friendly atmosphere.
  4. Silverton Gaol Museum – Strike a pose and snap some photos at the Silverton Gaol Museum, a former jailhouse turned museum filled with interesting exhibits and artifacts.
  5. Outback Scenery – Marvel at the breathtaking outback scenery surrounding Silverton. Have a look at vast desert plains. There’s loads of rugged natural beauty to explore.

Iconic Silverton Hotel

Iconic Silverton Hotel

Silverton Hotel

A hallmark of Silverton – the iconic Silverton Hotel. Although it has become one of the most filmed and photographed hotels in the country, the iconic pub has maintained its laid-back country lifestyle. Cold beers and wines are available at the pub along with the famous Silverton Hotel Hot Dogs – available all day. There are beer gardens and verandas that can cater to large and small groups with full hotel services available. In addition to sharing local knowledge with visitors, Peter & Patsy Price and their staff are always happy to show visitors the hotel’s memorabilia. A good range of souvenirs are available.

Ice Cold Beers At The Silverton Hotel

Ice Cold Beers At The Silverton Hotel

Third time’s a charm at the Silverton Pub. The original hotel, a single story building, was built in 1884 to serve the growing number of miners in the town. A two storey model replaced this a year later as the growing Silverton population got thirstier and thirstier. Mining is thirsty work after all1 The building burnt down in 1918 and this is when the Silverton Post Office became the current Silverton Hotel. The ruins of this hotel have been retained adjacent to the accommodation, as it was the birth place of a company as we know today BHP Billiton. A copy of the companies incorporation hangs in the Hotel. While the mining Industry has developed in Broken hill the Silverton Pub has continued to thrive. These days it’s a mainstay of the film industry and a tourist mecca.

Mundi Mundi Lookout Near Silverton Caravan Park Penrose Park

Mundi Mundi Lookout Near Silverton Caravan Park Penrose Park

Silverton Caravan Park (Penrose Park)

Bookings are essential around the time of the Mundi Mundi Bash and are recommended at all other times.

Welcome Sign To Front Office Silverton Caravan Park Camping

Welcome Sign To Front Office Silverton Caravan Park Camping

Type: Caravan Park
Cost: $20 per night two adults unpowered (Sep 2023)
Location: Penrose Park Rd, Silverton, New South Wales
GPS: -31.882346°, 141.229573°
Phone: 0458 600 891
Web: https://penroseparksilverton.com
Email: [email protected]
Pet Friendly: Yes

Hot Showers While Camping At Silverton

Hot Showers While Camping At Silverton

Getting To Silverton

Getting to Silverton from Sydney by car is an adventure. Here’s a simple guide.

  1. Take the Western Motorway (M4) – Drive west on the M4 motorway, which will lead you out of Sydney and in the right general direction.
  2. Continue on the Great Western Highway (A32) – Stay on the Great Western Highway as it takes you through the Blue Mountains and towards the town of Bathurst.
  3. Turn onto the Mitchell Highway (B81) –  In Bathurst, turn onto the Mitchell Highway (B81), heading north towards Dubbo.
  4. Follow the Signs to Silverton –  After passing through Dubbo continue on the Mitchell Highway until you reach Broken Hill.
  5. Drive to Silverton – From Broken Hill, follow the signs to Silverton. It’s a short drive from Broken Hill to Silverton. To keep things interesting see if you count the number of “DIP” signs between Broken Hill and Silverton – is it 37 or 38 (some say 39)?
Travel From to SilvertonDistanceTime
Adelaide538km05:56
Brisbane1,542km16:44
Melbourne859km09:55
Sydney1,166km13:18

Plenty Of Clean Toilets Penrose Park Camping

Plenty Of Clean Toilets Penrose Park Camping

Free Camping In Nyngan NSW At Nyngan Rest Area

Free Camping In Nyngan NSW At Nyngan Rest Area

Free Camping In Nyngan NSW At Nyngan Rest Area

This rest area is a great place for overnight free camping in Nyngan NSW. We’ve stayed here a couple of times on our travels. Nyngan is one of those places we are always passing through at the beginning or end of a trip and this free camp in Nyngan is just perfect to break up a long trip.

Overnight Free Camping In Nyngan 2019

Overnight Free Camping In Nyngan 2019

Free Camping In Nyngan NSW At Nyngan Rest Area

This free camp in Nyngan has toilets, drinking water and a dump point. It is dog friendly. It is accessible to motorbikes, RVs, camper trailers, caravans and big rigs. You can stay here for up to 24 hours. There is a dump point nearby.

Nyngan Dump Point

Nyngan Dump Point

It’s just a short walk across across the railway line into town. We highly recommend the Nyngan RSL club if you’re looking for dinner. The T-bone steaks are huge! You must be fully self-contained.

Darcy Freight Lines Abandoned Building In Nyngan NSW

Darcy Freight Lines Abandoned Building In Nyngan NSW

If you are looking for free camping in Nyngan NSW then this is the place to stop.

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IMG 6714

Top Ten Things To Do In Nyngan

Here’s a list of the top ten things to do in Nyngan New South Wales.

  1. Bogan River Walk – Go for a walk along the Bogan River. There are plenty of great views of the river and surrounding landscapes.
  2. Nyngan Riverside Camping Area – Set up camp at the Nyngan Riverside Camping Area and immerse yourself in the serene ambiance of the Bogan River. Enjoy fishing, kayaking, or simply relax by the riverside with your loved ones.
  3. Nyngan Museum – Check out the history of Nyngan at the Nyngan Museum. There are loads of exhibits and stories that showcase the town’s past beginning with its indigenous roots to its pioneer days.
  4. Nyngan Solar Farm –  Visit the Nyngan Solar Farm, one of the largest solar plants in the Southern Hemisphere.
  5. Girilambone Observatory – Goon a celestial journey at the Girilambone Observatory where you can marvel at the wonders of the night sky through powerful telescopes. Experience the magic of stargazing and gain insights into the universe.
  6. Nyngan Ag Expo – If you’re visiting during August, don’t miss the Nyngan Ag Expo, a celebration of agriculture and rural life.
  7. Cobb & Co. Changing Station – Step back in time at the Cobb & Co. Changing Station. The Cobb & Co changing station is a heritage listed building that once served as a vital stop for travellers and mail coaches. Have a good look around the restored station.
  8. Outdoor Recreation – Get out into the great outdoors with a range of recreational activities. You’ve got bushwalking, birdwatching, and photography. Nearby national parks, nature reserves and scenic viewpoints all close to town.
  9. Take Your Photo Alongside The Big Bogan – Go on, you know you want to do it! Located in the park in the middle of town is the iconic, some might even say world famous “Big Bogan”. Be a proud Aussie and unleash your inner bogan and get a happy snap with him.
  10. Community Events and Festivals – Immerse yourself in Nyngan’s vibrant community spirit by attending local events, festivals, and markets throughout the year.

The Big Bogan Nyngan NSW

The Big Bogan Nyngan NSW

Getting To Nyngan

From Sydney, take the M4 motorway heading west towards the Blue Mountains. Continue onto the Great Western Highway (A32), which will take you through the Blue Mountains and towards Bathurst. In Bathurst, take the Mitchell Highway (A32) towards Orange and continue along the highway towards Dubbo. From Dubbo, continue on the Mitchell Highway (A32) towards Nyngan. The total driving distance is approximately 550 kilometers, and the journey takes around 6 to 7 hours, depending on traffic and road conditions.

Travel From to NynganDistanceTime
Adelaide1,105km11:44
Brisbane929km10:09
Melbourne884km09:25
Sydney632km05:38

Abandoned Pub In Nyngan NSW

Abandoned Pub In Nyngan NSW

Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull Australia Day 2024

Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull Australia Day 2024

Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull Australia Day 2024

We had a fun 2024 Australia Day in Wombat NSW watching the Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull sledge pulling competition. It’s an annual event so get along next year! There’s also a street parade and once the tractor pull is finished everyone goes to the Wombat Hotel for live music and beer.

About The Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull

Check out rows of old-fashioned tractors lined up ready to have a crack at pulling a heavy sledge at the Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull. Some tractors are shiny and polished (not many!) while others show signs of their hard work on the farm.

The tractors rev their engines and prepare to pull heavy loads along the dirt track. As the competition heats up the air fills with the sound of roaring engines and the smell of diesel fuel. It’s a sight to behold as the tractors strain against the weight chugging and roaring as they inch forward.

If you’re looking for a day of old-fashioned fun and excitement get yourself out to the Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull every Australia Day.

Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull 2024

Wombat Vintage Tractor Pull 2024

Top 5 Things To Do In Wombat NSW

Here’s a list of the top five things to do in Wombat NSW

  1. Visit The Pub – The Wombat Hotel has long been a favourite with locals and visitors. We call in there for a beer almost every time we go to Young from Cootamundra – pretty much every week or two! Meals are excellent too, our favourite is the Mexican Schnitzel.
  2. Explore the Countryside – Take a stroll or drive around Wombat to enjoy the peaceful countryside scenery with its fields and hills. It’s an extremely popular thing to do for day trippers from Sydney and Canberra during canola season.
  3. Visit Wombat’s Community Park – Spend time at the local park for picnics, games, and relaxation under the trees.
  4. Stargaze at Night – Enjoy the clear night skies by looking at stars and constellations due to Wombat’s low light pollution.
  5. Learn Local History – Visit the Wombat Heritage and Memorial Wall to discover stories about the town’s past and pay respects to its history.

Having A Beer At The Wombat Hotel

Having A Beer At The Wombat Hotel

Getting To Wombat NSW From Sydney

From Sydney, take the Hume Highway (M31) heading towards Canberra and Melbourne. Continue on the Hume Highway until you reach the town of Yass. In Yass, take the turnoff onto Burley Griffin Way (B94), which will lead you towards the towns of Harden and then onto Wombat. Follow signs to Wombat. The total driving distance is approximately 330 kilometres, and the journey takes around 3.5 to 4 hours, depending on traffic and road conditions.

Travel From to WombatDistanceTime
Adelaide1,011km10:55
Albury264km02:39
Brisbane1,125km12:36
Melbourne589km05:50
Sydney348km03:43
Caravan Park In Tumut: Riverglade Caravan Park A Perfect Choice

Caravan Park In Tumut: Riverglade Caravan Park A Perfect Choice

Caravan Park In Tumut: Riverglade Caravan Park A Perfect Choice

Nestled along the picturesque banks of the Tumut River in New South Wales Riverglade Caravan Park in Tumut is a welcoming haven for travellers seeking both tranquillity and adventure. Spread across 7 magnificent hectares this caravan park in Tumut not only offers a breathtaking natural setting but also holds historical significance as an indigenous meeting place. The name “Tumut” is derived from a Wiradjuri word meaning a “Quiet resting place by the river”.

Whether you’re in search of a peaceful retreat, planning a family holiday, embarking on a Snowy Mountains adventure or simply passing through Riverglade Caravan Park in Tumut provides a diverse range of accommodation in a scenic riverside parkland setting. With almost a kilometre of pristine Tumut River frontage and convenient access to Kosciuszko National Park Riverglade Caravan Park is all set to be the gateway to an unforgettable experience in this beautiful region.

Looking for accommodation in Tumut or a fantastic base for a Snowy Mountains adventure? Riverglade Caravan Park occupies seven magnificent hectares beside the Tumut River. A significant indigenous meeting place, the name “Tumut” is derived from a Wiradjuri word meaning a “Quiet resting place by the river.”

With 7 hectares of grassy riverside parkland Riverglade Caravan Park is the perfect choice for large group gatherings, family holidays, adventure holidays exploring the region, a convenient break in your road trip.

Riverglade Caravan Park offers a wide range of accommodation and easy access to Kosciusko National Park. From local bush walks to easy low cost access to the ski fields Riverglade Caravan Park places visitors right on the doorstep of everything this region has to offer. Riverglade caravan park fronts more than a kilometre of the pristine Tumut River. Accommodation options are available to suit all budgets and needs. From unpowered sites perfect for camping to luxurious fully appointed cabins.

Jayco All Terrain In Tumut

Jayco All Terrain In Tumut

Exploring the Charm of Tumut, NSW: An Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Adventures, History, Cuisine, and More

Located right in the heart of New South Wales Tumut stands as a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Tumut has loads of attractions. You won’t be left short of things to do ranging from outdoor adventure activities, a rich and colourful history, delicious cuisine through to vibrant festivals and celebrations.

We stayed at the Riverglade Caravan Park in Tumut mid November 2023 for a couple of night. The park was fairly quiet for a weekend which suited us well. The less people around the better for us. The park was very well priced, we stayed on a powered site with water and it cost us less than  per night. The amenities were large and cleaned. The showers were large and here were plenty of them. The park also has washing machines and dryers as well as loads of clotheslines.

Explore the Tumut River

Jump into your kayak or canoe and paddle down the river. Check out the scenery on either side. If you’re into fishing will find many spots along the riverbank offering the perfect opportunity to reel in a catch. For those seeking a more leisurely experience pack a picnic basket and relax by the riverside whilst soaking in the tranquillity that defines Tumut.

Riverglade Caravan Park Tumut Park Map

Riverglade Caravan Park Tumut Park Map

Tumut Valley Rail Trail

If you like to explore on foot or by bike the Tumut Valley Rail Trail is a must-visit. The Tumut Valley rail trail offers breathtaking views of the countryside and has  rich historical significance. As you wander along the path discover points of interest that tell the tale of Tumut’s history. Whether you’re an avid cyclist or a leisurely walker the Tumut Valley Rail Trail caters to everyone and delivers an adventure filled with discovery.
Hiking in the Snowy Mountains.

Riverglad Caravan Park Aerial Photo

Riverglad Caravan Park Aerial Photo

Nature enthusiasts will find solace in the proximity of Tumut to the Snowy Mountains. From Tumut you have easy access to loads of national park walking tracks that lead to awe inspiring viewpoints. Many unique plants and animals call this region home. From well trodden trails to well off the beaten track the Snowy Mountains is an awesome place for outdoor adventurers to explore the wonders of the great outdoors.

Tumut Broom Factory

Look into Tumut’s history at the Tumut Broom Factory where the artistry of the broom industry unfolds. Go on a tour of the factory learn the history of this unique trade and watch demonstrations showcasing the craftsmanship behind each broom. Finish you visit to the Tumut broom factory with a bit of souvenir shopping by bringing home a piece of Tumuts rich heritage. We have a couple of brooms from the Tumut Broom Factory and they are extremely practical and nice to use.

Tumut and District Historical Society Museum

Stop in at the Tumut and District Historical Society Museum and travel back to yesteryear. Look at artifacts and old photos that paint a picture of Tumuts evolution.

Riverglad Caravan Park Autumn Colours

Riverglad Caravan Park Autumn Colours

Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins

Adelong Falls

Adelong Falls

Immerse yourself in the historical significance of the Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins. Wander through the well-preserved remnants of a bygone era on self-guided tours, capturing the essence of the gold rush days. Photography enthusiasts will find ample opportunities to frame the haunting beauty of these ruins against the backdrop of Tumuts natural landscape.

Farm-to-table Experiences

Indulge your taste buds in farm-to-table experiences, where local produce takes centre stage. Explore vibrant markets showcasing the region’s bounty and take part in farm tours offering tastings of fresh seasonal delights.

Riverglade Caravan Park In Tumut Welcome Sign

Riverglade Caravan Park In Tumut Welcome Sign

Cafes and Restaurants

Get into the culinary scene at Tumut Cafes and restaurants offer a diverse array of different dishes. From hearty country style meals to inventive specialties Tumuts dining establishments cater to every one. From sausage rolls and spaghetti pies all the way through to caramel lattes there is something in Tumut for everyone. And don’t forget the counter lunches and one of the pubs!

Tumut Blues and Rock Festival

The Tumut Blues and Rock Festival is an annual event. A weekend of rhythm and blues in the heart of Tumut that is well worth a visit.

Ziggy BBQ Slide Jayco All Terrain

Ziggy BBQ Slide Jayco All Terrain

Tumut Festival of the Falling Leaf

Celebrate the beauty of autumn at the Tumut Festival of the Falling Leaf. There’s a colourful parade live music and activities for visitors of all ages. Tumut comes alive with the vibrant colours of falling leaves creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Conclusion

From outdoor adventures along the Tumut River to historical explorations at the Broom Factory and Gold Mill Ruins there’s enough diversity to keep everyone interested. We encourage you to explore this historic NSW town. Explore it’s unique offerings and create memories that will last a lifetime. Tumut, NSW, awaits with open arms, ready to share its beauty and hospitality with those willing to venture into its embrace.

Getting To Tumut

Tumut is just over a 4-hr drive from Sydney and 2hr 15min drive from Canberra. You can also fly into Wagga Wagga Airport and hire a car for the 90min drive.

Travel From to TumutDistanceTime
Adelaide,1,020km10:53
Albury197km02:08
Brisbane1,309km14:04
Canberra130km02:12
Melbourne523km05:36
Sydney410km04:22