Located on the corner of Sharp & Boundary St, the memorial was erected by the Lions Club of Cooma using some of the aircraft wreckage of the Southern Cloud. The Southern Cloud was flying between Sydney and Melbourne when it crashed in the Snowy Mountains in 1931. The wreckage was discovered in 1958. Recorded information is […]
Centennial Park is located right in the centre of Cooma CBD. Within the park is the historic “Avenue of Flags” and the “Cooma Mosaic Time Walk” murals depicting the history of the region. The park is alive with spectacular historic trees and ablaze with colour during Autumn. The Park has toilet facilities (wheelchair and pram access), picnic tables, […]
The Cooma Monaro community has such an array of artists and this gallery has an extensive selection of original arts and crafts by these talented people. Well worth a stop. Open Monday to Friday 10-4pm and Saturday 10-1pm. 112 Sharp Street Cooma, or visit their website here.
Located close to the centre of Cooma, Nanny Goat Hill Reserve offers a 360° view of the township and surrounding country. The lookout is part of the historic Lambie Town Walk and the Nanny Goat sculpture was created by local artist the late Chris Graham, who is also largely responsible for the creation of the Mosaic Time Walk.
The Lambie Town Walk is a 5km leisurely walk or drive that takes you through historic areas of Cooma township and includes three heritage listed precincts – The Court House Precinct, Lambie Precinct and Church Precincts. Lambie Street was the first commercial centre of Cooma and Church Hill has beautiful examples of nineteenth & twentieth century religious and educational buildings. This walk […]
The Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre is a state-of-the-art visitor facility showcasing the amazing history of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, from the early days of construction through to how it is operated today by Snowy Hydro. This is a must for any visitor to the Snowy Mountains region. Informative interactive displays, historic and entertaining films. Great for children. Café on […]