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Tumbarumba Hotel

General Description Tumbarumba Delightful small country town which is largely untouched by the modern world. Located 504 km south west of Sydney and 701 metres above sea level, Tumbarumba is situated on the southern slopes of the Snowy Mountains. By any measure it is a sleepy little town (having been by-passed by the major road and rail routes between Sydney and Melbourne) and consequently it has a kind of old-style charm, and a number of beautifully preserved old buildings, which make it an attractive destination. Attractions Historic Buildings in the Town The major attractions are the Court House and Police Residence which are located at 66 Winton Street these two single-storey buildings were constructed in the 1880s. There age is still evident in the VR (Victoria Regina) embossed into the cast iron lacework. There are gables in the outbuildings and the court room was a double height ceiling. Around the corner in Bridge Street is the current local Court House, a beautiful building with large trees in the street outside. To enjoy a good overview of Tumbarumba's more interesting buildings continue up Bridge Street, turn right into Murray Street, pass the churches and turn right into Regent Street and head back towards the historic Union Hotel which stands on the hill above the Tumbarumba Creek and welcomes visitors arriving from Wagga and Jingellic. Hume and Hovell Track This total track from Gunning to Albury traces the route taken by Hume and Hovell on their epic exploration in 1824 which led to the establishment of an overland route between Sydney and the present-day site of Melbourne. The Henry Angel Trackhead to Tumbarumba Creek is a pleasant (easy to moderate grading) walk from the Henry Angel Campsite 7 km south of Tumbarumba on the Tumbarumba-Tooma road. It is a 12 km walk which should take about 5-6 hours. The walk is basically along the Burra Creek and includes a tunnel built during the goldmining days, a number of waterfalls, and the place where Hume and Hovell first saw the Snowy Mountains. The track is named after Henry Angel, one of the six assigned convicts to accompany Hume and Hovell. There is a brochure with a detailed map available from the Department of Lands in Sydney, Wagga Wagga or Goulburn. Paddy's River Falls Regarded as one of the major attractions in the local area, the Paddy's River Falls lie 15 km south of Tumbarumba on the Khancoban Road. There are barbecue and picnic facilities and a track to the base of the falls. The falls are 60 metres high.
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