Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 February 2024
Bendigo Bank Tumbafest is held along the Creekscape in Tumbarumba and is set to entertain all ages. Get ready to groove to another great line-up, taste the region’s best wine and enjoy a day out for the whole family.
Set along the shady banks of the Tumbarumba Creekscape, at Tumbafest you’ll find music from renowned performers filling the air, intermingled with children’s squeals of delight and adults’ relaxed laughter. The festival showcases beautiful, local cool-climate wines and produce, tantalising cuisine and unique handicrafts.
Located in the Snowy Valleys, nestled in the hills midway between Tumut and Tumbarumba, NSW.
A celebration in Batlow, not only of the best boutique ciders (both locally and nationally), but all that the region does so well.
A family-friendly day out offers entertainment galore – music on two different stages (from folk to rock to pipe bands), acrobatic displays, rides for the kids and exclusive orchard tours.
Celebrate Autumn in Tumut- The Bendigo Bank Falling Leaf Festival is a celebration of everything Tumut and surrounds has to offer at this magical time of year.
In 2024 the Falling Leaf Festival is turning 70!
With the ever changing colours, crisp sunny days, a FREE rocking stage, delicious food and drinks, kids entertainment, market stalls, roving entertainment and so much more, our Festival is the perfect way to celebrate Autumn.
Come and explore beautiful Tumut, in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, on our favourite weekend of the year.
A Traditional Country Show, a pavilion bursting at the seams with craft, baking, sewing, knitting, kid’s models, art, photography, in fact anything locals have made, grown or created in the previous twelve months.
The Batlow Show will be celebrating 100 years in March 2024.
The Winter Bites Festival will be held on three different Saturdays throughout the Winter of 2024.
A celebration of regional food, produce and beverages in a specially designed space that entices people to come out in the winter and experience what the Snowy Valleys region has to offer.
Visit winterbites.com.au for 2024 dates.
Spring Flower Festival, Tumbarumba
Open gardens, flower show, sculpture competition, scarecrows and wheelbarrows and photography exhibition, as well as colouring in for the kids.
29 – 30 October 2023
10 Bridge Street, Tumbarumba
Riverina Highland Trail – Tumbarumba to Rosewood
NSW’s first rail trail on a government rail corridor, 21km of the trail passes through beautiful sub-alpine countryside and farmland.
The trail is sealed and family friendly, being suitable for most types of bicycles, scooters, mobility scooters and prams.
Interpretive signs and installations along the trail explain the history of the branch line and the region with remnants of the railway tracks visible at Rosewood.
Since opening in 2020, the trail has become a very popular tourist destination, located halfway between Melbourne and Sydney, it is part of the proposed Riverina Highlands Rail Trail.
Nature the Ultimate Inspiration for Art and Healing.
In the presence of distinguished art and nature, we experience inspiration, wonder, and hope; it can spark our imagination, creativity, and forge new ways of thinking. Art and nature have always been correlated and connected since the beginning of human existence.
Fortuitously as the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail was being developed, the Snowy Valleys Nature Wellness Drive was also established, building connections to the nature and landscapes that inspired the development of the Sculpture trail.
It is now understood that nature is a basic psychological need and an essential pillar to health. Combine a Nature Wellness trail with inspiring sculptures and you are bound to end your stay in the Snowy Valleys inspired, restored, invigorated and rejuvenated. Nature Wellness Drive A community vision to build a restorative connection with nature!
For further information visit www.forestrycorporation.com.au
For Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail event enquiries email [email protected]
This Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund project is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the New South Wales Government under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.