Khancoban is THE base camp for your NSW Snowy Mountains and Kosciuszko National Park adventures. 


Just 13 kilometres from the Victorian border, Khancoban lies at the south-western edge of the Snowy Mountains and Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales.

The town serves the Snowy Hydro Scheme with Snowy Hydro’s Murray Two, the second largest power-generating station in the region just 10km from town.

Drive the Kosciuszko Alpine Way, a spectacular pass that winds through Thredbo and across the Snowy Mountains to Khancoban. Enjoy lookouts and the rest areas of Tom Groggin Station (where the Man from Snowy River lived and worked), Geehi Rest Area, Leatherbarrel Creek and Scammells Ridge Lookout. Head to Khancoban Pondage for its famous trout fishing, boating, kayaking and swimming.

Khancoban township provides all the basic amenities and includes a golf course, playgrounds, supermarket and a Visitor Information Centre.


The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail

A 100 kilometres permanent public collection of over 35 sculptures in seven locations across the Snowy Valleys of southern New South Wales.

Sculptures by artists from across Australia and the world can be discovered in the towns of Adelong, Batlow, Tumbarumba, the hamlet of Tooma and the Tumbarumba wine region cellar doors at Courabyra Wines, Johansen Wines and Obsession Wines.

Find out more. 

Snowy Valleys Fly Fishing

What better way to enjoy the world-class trout fishing on offer than drifting down picturesque rivers or walking mountain streams with your own personal, expert fly-fishing guide – Jimmy Barwick?

Snowy Valleys Fly Fishing offers unforgettable experiences for all abilities, from beginners to well-established, experienced anglers looking to hone their skills and capitalise on the fruitful local conditions. Find out more.


Drift boat fly fishing on the Swampy Plains River with Snowy Valleys Fly Fishing. Image by Jimmy Barwick.

Pickled Parrot Providore

The Pickled Parrot Providore features locally sourced fruit and veg and locally produced gourmet products (as well as your grocery essentials) in beautiful Khancoban.

Shelves are stocked from within a 100 mile radius as much as possible — helping you keep your food miles down. They use as many local products as they can in the dishes of their delicious Cafe menu. Locally roasted coffee beans. Find out more. 

Tumbarumba — Cold Climate Wines

Tumbarumba region, just a short drive from Khancoban is the home of premium cold climate wines.

With cellar-doors open, cafes, restaurants and tours – it makes for a great day out. Contact the wineries individually for more information. Find out more.

Award winning Courabyra Wines