After cooking yourself a nice BBQ breakfast on the BBQ and then lazing around the pool in morning, reading a book and having a sunbake, you should definately get out and about and explore the Upper Murray... Below you will find some idea's of things to do around Corryong.
Corryong Information Centre
50 Hansen Street
Corryong VIC 3707
Ph. (02) 6076 2277
Your first stop in Corryong is at the council run Visitor Information centre in Corryong.
The Centre is manned by a committed team of staff and volunteers who are well versed in the local region and can assist you with planning your holiday or answer your questions if you are already enroute.
Drop in and say hello to the friendly staff and find out what's on and the best places to visit. Get brochures and maps or purchase some souveniers.
The Man from Snowy River Museum
103-105 Hansen St, Corryong VIC 3707
02 6076 2600
The Man from Snowy River Museum is located in Corryong. Here you can learn about Jack Riley, purported to be the subject of Banjo Paterson's famous Australian poem, 'The Man from Snowy River'. Learn about the pioneering life of the early settlers of the Upper Murray and view a range of antique memorabilia including household goods and ski equipment.
The Museum is staffed entirely by passionate volunteers and is open seven days per week as follows:
Sept - May from 10am until 4pm
June - Aug from 11am until 3pm
Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Murray Power Station 1 Snowy Hydro
Alpine Way Khancoban NSW 2642
Phone: 1800 623 776
Murray 1 Power Station is the second largest power station in the Snowy Mountains Scheme. There are 10 turbines at Murray 1, each capable of producing enough electricity to supply over 95,000 houses. The Murray 1 Power Station is 10 kilometres out of Khancoban on the Alpine Way. Next to the power station is the Murray 1 Visitors Centre. This centre offers an exciting interactive experience with a wide range of displays, hands on models and exhibits. There are barbecue and picnic areas by the water that are open to the public. Light refreshments are available in the Cafe. Safety is important at all times while visiting the Scheme. For more information on Scheme safety, please contact the Visitors Centre. Murray 2 Power Station is unavailable for tours but can be viewed from a viewing area on Waterfall Farm Road.
Tucked away between the Murray Valley Highway and the Murray River is Mt Burrowa. At 1300 metres, this heavily timbered plateau with steep spurs was formed nearly 350 million years ago by cooling molten lava.
Follow the trail along Bluff Creek as it winds past magnificent blue gums, peppermints, alpine ash and colourful wattles. Rosellas, cockatoos, robins and many other bird species are commonly seen, and keep a look out for the odd lumbering wombat or shy wallaby crossing the track. The track emerges from the deep sheltered valley providing a dramatic view of the falls, which become a surging torrent after winter and spring rains.
From Bluff Falls, either retrace your steps or return to the picnic area along the road and Wombat Track.
Location: Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park
Duration: 2 hours return walking
Track condition: Moderate
Start: Bluff Creek Visitor Area
Finish: Bluff Creek Visitor Area
Best time: Spring.
Thredbo / Perisher
Corryong is the back door to Thredbo - With rooms from $85 making it a quarter of the price of staying in Thredbo and only 100km (1.5hr drive) from Thredbo. Alot of the guests that stay with us have a cooked Breakfast at 7am and then head off at 7:30am and arrive at Thredbo at 9am.. Spend the day there and head back around 4:30pm to arrive home dinner at 6pm.
Thredbo is a village in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. It is about 500 kilometres south of Sydney, accessible by the Alpine Way via Cooma, Berridale, and Jindabyne and Corryong. The village is built in the valley of the Thredbo River, also known as the Crackenback River, at the foot of the Ramshead Range.
Location: Kosciuszko National Park
Duration: 3 hours return
Track condition: Sealed / Windy
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