Yarrangobilly and the Snowy Mountains


Today started with a swim at Yarrangobilly thermal pools(Kosciuszko National Park). At 7am the water was lovely but air temp was 3 degrees. We scraped ice off the stove when we got up. Water dragons were already in the water, obviously familiar with a better way to warm up than solar ways usually used by reptiles. We explored the South Glory Cave then headed over the Snowy Mountain highway, where wild flowers were blooming in vibrant violet and yellow hues. The snow gum forests were eerie, looking quite dead covering much of the mountainsides. We changed plan about climbing Australia’s highest mountain given the temperature and settled for the highest town in Australia instead at Cabramurra.

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Categories: Australian Outback, Camper Trailer, Journey Narrative, New South Wales, Travel, Travel Adventure | Tags: , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Yarrangobilly and the Snowy Mountains

  1. Trace, Rob & Marli

    Wow… looks cold!!!!!

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  2. leonie

    Looks great.

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  3. S

    Girls so keen to know what sleeping in the tent is like. Will give Hannah a call. Such amazing adventures – wonderful. Love to all x

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