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 […]
Discover the Snowy Scheme! To find out more, visit the Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre. Featuring informative displays, short videos, merchandise and books, a cafe with great coffee, cakes and light meals, plus friendly, helpful staff, the Discovery Centre is a must for visitors. Entry is FREE. Where: Yulin Avenue, Cooma – look for our […]
The NSW Correctional Services Gaol Museum is located in Vale Street next to the Cooma Gaol. The museum highlights the 200 year penal history of incarceration from convict days to the present in NSW Prisons. It displays a collection of objects related to punishment and crime such as manacles, leg irons, clothing, weapons and escape […]
The ‘one and only’ unique Birdsnest store is in Cooma, Snowy Mountains, NSW. You will find them at 232 Sharp Street which is the main road towards the mountains. In store you will find a selection of the latest items on the website, however you can access items from the entire website by using exciting new technology in the store. Store opening […]
The Raglan Gallery & Cultural Centre showcases work by the region’s talented artists. Throughout the year the Raglan holds at least twelve exhibitions with keen competition in the prestigious annual Lions / Snowy Hydro Exhibitions (February) and the John Briscoe Awards (Easter). Work on display and sale comes from painters, ceramicists, potters, sculptors, jewellers, craftspeople and […]