|0km / 108km
of the Alpine Way)
The turn off to the Alpine Way is about 3 km from
Jindabyne on the Kosciuszko Road.
|16.6km / 91.4km
The turn off to
Novotel Lake Crackenback Resort is before Bullock’s Flat Terminal.
|17km / 91km
The Skitube was constructed between 1984 and 1988 in Kosciuszko
National Park. This rail link runs through the Rams Head Range to
Perisher and Mount Blue Cow resorts during winter. The terminal
provides free parking all year. Car park C is the beginning of
the walk into Bullocks hut.
|18km / 90km
|19km / 89km
Located beside the Thredbo River. Bullocks Track starts and
finishes here. Wombats and emus have been seen here.
|23km / 85km
On your right are the Lubra Rocks, a conspicuous granite
outcrop. Note the line of demarcation between the upper snow-gum
woodland and the lower forest of mountain gum and white sallee
which occurs at about 1,400 m.
|31km / 77km
Thredbo is both a summer and winter resort. You can walk to
Mount Kosciuszko from the top of the chairlift which operates
daily from the village. Park entry tickets are available at the
newsagency. The Thredbo River is a well known trout fishing
stream during the summer months.
|36.5km / 71.5km
Journey along the Cascade Management Trail to Cascade Hut. This
is the start of Bobs Ridge Walk.
||Dead Horse Gap
1,580 m above sea level, this is the highest point on the road.
Unexpected snowfalls in the past have trapped wild horses in
this area. The watershed between the Snowy and Murray River
|42km / 66km
The view is of the upper Murray River Valley and is dominated by
The Pilot (1,828 m) with the double peak and the jagged peaks of
the Cobberas (1,883 m) to the south. The NSW/VIC border runs
between the two mountains. The stands of tall trees are alpine
|47.8km / 60.2km
In early summer, the surrounding bush shows a variety of
flowers. Wildflowers grow in the damp, shaded areas and tea-tree
can be seen along the creek. The mixed eucalypt forest contains
mountain gum, candlebark and the eurabbie (identified by its
extremely long leaves).
|55km / 53km
Reported to be derived from the Aboriginal word ‘tomarogin’
meaning ‘water spider’. the ret area is on the banks of the
Murray River (the NSW and Victorian border) as close as you can
get to the headwaters of the Murray River in a standard vehicle.
|57km / 51km
The NSW and Victorian border runs between the road and the
cattle station. Take care and watch for cattle, kangaroos and
emus on the road.
|76km / 32km
Swampy Plains River. There is wheelchair access walking track,
wildlife and a number of huts. Not far is Geehi Walls 4WD
dry weather road.
|82km / 26km
Care should be taken on this narrow winding road.
|83km / 25km
This moist environment provides an excellent reptile habitat.
October to early November watch out for the native mint bush
when it is in flower (pale purple). During this time you can
also see the yellow and brown egg and bacon plan and the white
|90km / 18km
This lookout offers a spectacular panorama of the western face
of the Main Range. Mount Kosciuszko (2,228m) is hidden behind the
second peak from the right.
|91km / 17km
To the right (travelling from Jindabyne) yo will see the famed
Geehi Walls and behind them, the Indi Range. The original route
to Tom Groggin was over the Geehi Walls. Major Clews 4WD dry
|92km / 16km
The ridge was named by the Snowy Mountains Authority in
recognition of the outstanding survey work carried out for the
scheme by the late Major Clews. the ridge is covered with an
impressive stand of alpine ash (Eucalyptus delegatensis).
|93km / 15km
The road winds through a forest largely composed of peppermint
gums and wattles.
|101km / 7km
||Murray 1 Power
Station and Visitor Centre
Located only 15 minutes from Khancoban, the visitor centre is
next to the power station. the centre offers an interactive
experience with a wide range of displays, ‘hands-on’ models and
exhibits. BBQs and a picnic area by the water are opened to the
|102km / 6km
||Murray 1 Power
Station viewing area
The white pipes carry water through the mountains from dams as
well as to the power stations.
|104km / 2km
|108km / 0km
of the Alpine Way)
Khancoban was built as a construction town for the Snowy
Mountains hydro-electric Scheme and is now becoming a popular
tourist centre. Visit the NSW National Parks and Wildlife
Service information centre.
NSW Parks & Wildlife Service
Check out their free ‘Kosciuszko Today’ from the local Visitor