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Selwyn Snowfields, Cooma

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Ski Area Nature / Park
Learn to ski or snowboard at Selwyn Snowfields, a small Snowy Mountains ski resort located near Cabramurra, the highest city in Australia. The resort traces its origins to the nearby town of Kiandra, which is considered the birthplace of Australian skiing. The skiing facilities of Kiandra were transferred to this location in 1978, where modern triple chairlifts replaced what had once been Australia’s very first T-bar lifts. The resort also includes over 45 km (28 mi) of cross-country trails, with gentle slopes suited to beginners and families with small children. The steeper gradient of the resort’s Racecourse Run provides more challenging terrain for advanced skiers and snowboarders looking for a bit of adventure. Work out when and for how long to visit Selwyn Snowfields and other Cooma attractions using our handy Cooma vacation generator.
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  • 10km return walk from Selwyn car park, you can visit the old heritage hut: Four Mile Hut, built 1937. You can marvel at the resourcefulness of the early explorers.  more »
  • Selwyn Snowfields is a small, family-friendly snow resort located in the northern section of Kosciuszko National Park; just west of Kiandra. The scenery as you drive towards the Mountain snowfields is...  more »
  • we loved the Selwyn Snowfields, the kids had the best first experience. The snow school for the kids was fantastic, it was so worth it, the teacher was great and only 2 in the class. we were lucky to ...  more »