Located on the Monaro Highway, not far from
Cooma, is Bredbo a
favoured stopping point for many travellers. It was during the
Kiandra Gold Rush, that Bredbo became a safe haven from bushrangers
and an overnight stop for the gold coach. Continuing on from the
early days, Bredbo still offers travellers a friendly welcome and
genuine country hospitality. Stop at the Bredbo Inn where you can
meet the locals and learn about the history of the place.
names to have stopped there include Anthony Horden, Mark Foy and
During one visit Banjo Paterson reputedly told the publican that
local horseman Charlie McKachnie was the Man
from Snowy River but added that there was more than one of
them you know.