Kosciuszko National Park

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History

Any interesting history for the region?

Features

What are the standout bushwalking features?

Access

How do you get there? Include all access points if there are many?

Maps

Which maps cover the region?

Accommodation

Where can I stay there? or near there?

Camping

Other

Contact details

Contact details for National Park offices or similar...

Very Easy
1 km return
20 mins

Bullocks Hut Trail

Short, easy path to historic bullocks hut. Beautiful views of the snow capped mountains above. No parks fees necessary. Very doable and safe with small children.

Medium
20 km return
6.5 hrs

Cascade Hut Trail - Thredbo

Cascade Hut trail is a popular mountain biking and walking trail that takes you to a historic alpine hut. In winter, strap on cross-country skis or snowshoes to enjoy this trail near Thredbo.

Medium
12 km
5 hrs

Dead Horse Track

From the Cascade Trail Head (3km West of Thredbo Village)Head 5km up Dead Horse Track to Eagles Nest Cafe (Top of Chair lift) Nice spot for a cuppa and some brunch, then follow 'Merritts nature trail' down, until it joins up with 'Meadows nature trail' which will join up with the 'river walk' then the final 3kms along Dead horse track back to your car...

Hard
9.3 km return
4 hrs

Main Range Track - Charlottes Pass to Blue Lake

This walk starts from the end of Kosciuszko Road, at Charlotte Pass, and follows the signposted Main Range Track to the Blue Lake lookout. The walk crosses the famous Snowy River along the way. The Blue Lake lookout is located a short walk down sidetrack and provides stunning views of the lake. There are a series of information signs that provide information on how this lake and other features in the area where formed.

Medium
4 km
2 hrs

Round Mountain Walk

This short but steep return walk starts from the round Mountain trail head on the Khancoban-Cabramurra rd (closed June-October)Walk 1.5 km to the Farm Ridge Junction, then descend 500m to Round Mountain Hut, which was restored folling the 2003 bushfires.