The Raglan Gallery and Cultural Centre showcases the regions talented artists from painters to ceramists, potters and sculptors. Throughout the year the Raglan holds a number of prestigious exhibitions including the Lions/Snowy Hydro Exhibition in February, the Bridgette Mackay exhibition in June and the Brisco Awards in September.
Skitube is a convenient and innovative train ride from Bullocks Flat through Ramshead range, into the National Park then onto Perisher Valley and Blue Cow Mountain. The distance is 8.5 kilometres, 6.3 kilometres is underground making it one of the longest underground train tunnels in Australia and travelling as deep as 550 metres underground. It takes 10 minutes from Bullocks Flat to Perisher then another seven minutes to Blue Cow.
The Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme is one of the engineering wonders of the modern world. With seven power stations, two of which are underground, 16 major dams and over 140 kilometres of trans-mountain tunnels it is a symbol of Australian endeavour at its best.
Sixty two years after the launch of the Snowy Mountains Scheme by the then Governor-General, Sir William McKell, the current Governor-General, Quentin Bryce, travelled to Adaminaby on Saturday 15 October 2011 to open the museum that showcases this monumental chapter in Australia's history.
Located on the banks of the Snowy River, the Snowy Vineyard and Microbrewery is the perfect outing. The vineyard has been a tourism icon since the early 1980s for visitors to the Snowy Mountains region of New South Wales.