Whether you want to play bowls or just relax with a quiet drink, dine out in style, or flutter on Club Keno. Come and visit us and see what we have to offer for you, your family and friends.
The Tumut River, a perennial stream that is part of the Murrumbidgee catchment within the Murray–Darling basin, is located in the Snowy Mountains and South West Slopes districts of New South Wales, Australia
Our distillery is in Lavington, NSW. It is here that our 160 year old still distills our spirits. It is a large copper still with 16 rectification plates. The still is one of the oldest still in use in Australia.
Tumut Region Visitor Information Centre is situated at the intersection of Gocup Road and the Snowy Mountains Highway, Tumut. Closed Christmas Day.
Providing information and resources on the Tumut Region, including the Kosciuszko National Park.
Featuring quality Australian gifts and souvenirs, an Aboriginal cultural display and a 24 hour Tourism Touch Screen.
About Tumut River Brewing Co... Like all great stories, this tale of sweat, blood, failure, success and poverty, started with two mates and a couple of beers in the shed. Not to mention our very patient partners who have forgone time and money to watch us tirelessly work towards our end goal.
The Tumut Broom Factory is the last original Millet Broom Factory in Australia. The Factory is located in Tumut, a small town in the Snowy Mountains. Handmade millet brooms have been made at the factory the same way since 1946, and can be found Australia wide.
The Tumut Labyrinth celebrates the community service of its citizens in times of peace and conflict. Located at Pioneer Park, this place of contemplation and reflection can be used by young and old, together or alone.
The path is wide enough to enable two people to walk together, including carers of children and those less able. Its width also facilitates access by wheelchair or motorised scooters. The way-stations provide places on the journey for rest and further reflection. Local stories of Indigenous and European settlement, revealed on test panels in the way-stations, also facilitate group use such as by schools or community groups.
The Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins is a state listed heritage industrial site. Situated 1.5 kilometres from Adelong, and just over 20 kilometres from Tumut, it is a must see destination.
The interpretive area, providing a comprehensive history of the site, and viewing platform are wheelchair accessible from the lower car park. For the more nimble, a walk of about an hour leads down from the platform to Adelong Creek and the ruins. There are signposts along the route describing the various items relating to the site.