Enjoy horseriding and follow wild brumbies on the beautiful 2,900 hectares Snowy Wilderness resort in mountain country, in southwest NSW. Next to the Kosciuszko National Park, home to Australia’s highest peak, the resort also has fly fishing, quad biking and 4WD touring.
Stay in self-catering eco-sensitive lodges, lakeside apartments, a secluded high country cottage or a permanent wilderness camp under the stars. Snowy Wilderness offers guided tours of the rugged wilderness, including waterfalls and the Snowy River.
A sanctuary for the brumby, the resort in the spectacular Snowy Mountains operates seven days a week. Snowy Wilderness is also home to many native animals, including kangaroos, wallabies, emus, echidnas, wombats and wedge-tail eagles.
The Snowy Wilderness resort is near Jindabyne. From Sydney, the drive to Jindabyne is five hours. There are buses from Sydney to Jindabyne. Airlines from Sydney service Canberra airport, where you can a rent car for the two-hour drive to Jindabyne.