Kosciuszko National Park is named after Australia’s highest mountain at 2228m above sea level. The park contains some of the most unique environments in the world. The 690,000 hectare national park was declared a world bioshpere park in 1977 for its alpine, sub-alpine and mountainous areas.

Kosciuszko National Park is made up of 6 wilderness areas consisting of a wide range of vegetation, landforms and animal habitats for visitors to explore.

Kosciuszko National Park undergoes amazing transformations between seasons. From skiing and touring in a winter wonderland to bushwalking in summer amongst the alpine wildflowers, the region offers unlimited recreational activities for its visitors.

The park also houses Perisher, Thredbo, Charlottes Pass and Selwyn ski resorts. A box to tick for many Australians and world mountaineers is climbing the summit of Mount Kosciuszko. Why not try it?