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Tumbarumba Visitor Information Centre - Christmas Opening Hours
18 Dec 2018 5:17 PM

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Please drive safely on the roads these holidays, knowing that your loved ones would rath...

Tumbarumba Tastebuds 2018 - 27-28th October
22 Oct 2018 8:30 AM

With Tumbarumba Tastebuds only days away, all of the featured gardens are looking fantastic, and we have bud burst on the vines! Drop into Tumbarum...

Tumbarumba Tastebuds - The Countdown is On!
8 Aug 2018 4:18 PM

Tumbarumba Tastebuds, combines Tumbarumba Open Gardens & Flower Show with Open Cellar Doors & Wine Tastings, and Markets to celebrate all things ...

Snowy Valleys Enjoys Record Visitor Numbers
11 Jun 2018 3:59 PM

According to statistics released by Tourism Research Australia, the Snowy Valleys region hosted more than 440,000 visitors in 2017 and more than 19...

WALKING TRACK CLOSED
28 Aug 2017 10:15 AM

Please be advised the walking track between Paddys River Falls and Paddys River Flats is closed until further notice. It is unknown when the track ...

Living in the Tumbarumba Region

Nestled in the rolling western foothills of the Snowy Mountains and framed by rugged snow capped mountains, Tumbarumba Region offers a vibrant country lifestyle whether you are looking to start a business, raise a family or retire.

Tumbarumba Region is ideally located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne via the Hume Highway, and is just under three hours from Canberra. The regional centre of Wagga Wagga is one hour’s drive from the town of Tumbarumba, while Albury is an hour and a half’s drive. Selwyn Snowfields are located one hour away - perfect for family ski trips! The key employer in the region is the timber plantation and processing industry. Other significant employers include agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, tourism, retail, Snowy Hydro Limited and a correctional centre. The Region is well serviced by quality health, education and community facilities, making it an excellent choice for a country lifestyle in a scenic natural environment.

The Region’s population is around 3,500 of which around 2,000 people live in the town of Tumbarumba. Khancoban is the next largest town, with a population of 220. The average house price in the Shire is $183,000 – an affordable alternative to urban areas.

Tumbarumba Region’s main attraction is its pristine natural environment. It is surrounded by idyllic mountain peaks; natural bushland; expansive vineyards; lush agricultural pastures; and crystal-clear streams brimming with trout.  Tumbarumba Region is perfect for people who live an active outdoor lifestyle and enjoy activities such as bush walking, horse riding, skiing, fishing and cycling.

The Region enjoys a cool mountain climate with high sunshine hours and brilliant light.  The town of Tumbarumba has an elevation of 645m above sea level while Khancoban has an elevation of 339m. The average annual rainfall is 974mm which falls mostly in winter and spring. The Region has four distinct seasons marked by brilliant summer sunshine; a spectacular display of autumn leaves; winter views of snow capped mountains; and sparkling spring days.

We hope these pages provide an overview of what to expect, should you choose to visit or move to beautiful Tumbarumba Region. If you would like more specific information, or to arrange a personalised welcome to the Shire, please don’t hesitate to contact Council’s Economic Development Officer on (02) 6948 9118. Additional information is also available at http://www.tumbashire.nsw.gov.au. We hope to see you here soon!

 

Our Community

Tumbarumba Region has a strong community with a wide variety of clubs, sporting activities and interest groups. The community is supported by services both voluntary and government funded, as well as medical practices, primary and secondary sc...

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Finding Your Home

Real Estate in the Tumbarumba Region

Dreaming of an idyllic country lifestyle? Take advantage of Tumbarumba Region’s affordable homes and lifestyle properties. Prices can start from as little as ...

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Commerce and Industry

Tumbarumba Region’s employment base is centred on its highly productive agricultural sector, supported by a strong softwood timber industry. Other major industries include cool climate viticulture, horticulture, retail/service and tourism. ...

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For Children

Tumbarumba Region provides a beautiful environment to raise children. There are lots of activities available in the area for children to enjoy, from skiing at Selwyn Snowfields, to pony club, taekwondo, football and netball.

Pre-s...

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Food and Wine

Experience the flavours of the Tumbarumba Region. Discover a magical place surrounded by idyllic mountain peaks; natural bushland; expansive vineyards; lush agricultural pastures; and crystal-clear streams brimming with trout.

The ...

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