This lovely 2 storey villa unit is tucked away in a unit complex, in a central cbd location, only 5 minutes walk to shops and coffee. Super quiet location, no traffic noise. A well appointed modern unit, reverse cycle air conditioning, lock-up single garage. Everything you could want for a home away from home. Ideal for a weekend getaway or a family holiday.
The unit features cosy open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, walk through to laundry and a handy downstairs toilet, through to lock-up garage and step outdoors to a paved courtyard.
Wooden staircase takes you upstairs to bedroom one with a lovely wrought iron type bed and pillow top mattress and heaps and heaps of cupboard space. Bedroom 2 has two single beds and the well appointed bathroom is located right next door with toilet, shower/bath and vanity.
The unit is fully carpeted, has a dishwasher, reverse cycle air conditioning, and handy lockup garage.
Tumut has a variety of attractions to keep you busy whilst visiting our lovely town. Just picturesque if you visit in Autumn. Our town festival is Festival of the Falling Leaf usually held last weekend April. (date does vary, check website) when the town comes alive with many activities, street parade, stalls and sporting events.
Firstly in Winter, Selwyn Snowfields is one hour's drive away (no accommodation available at Selwyn Snowfields), it has to offer great skiing for family groups, plus snowboarding, and fun activities such as tobogganing. If you are a cross country skier, there are some great trails in the area to 3 Mile Dam.
Some great day trips in the car out of Tumut. Visit the mighty Snowy Mountains Hydro Scheme, travel to Blowering Dam wall, the site of Ken Warby's World Water Speed Record in 1977 that still holds today. Drive onto Talbingo township, watch for wildlife common to see kangaroos and emus along the way
Call into Talbingo Supermarket for a coffee, drive on to see the massive pipes from Talbingo Dam, travel along the dam wall. Worth a drive up Talbingo Mountain to the viewing platform in Kosciusko National Park, stunning vistas. From here you can continue on to Lander’s Creek Falls on top of Cumberland Range, a 4 km trip on dirt track, then 800m walk for a stunning view of Talbingo Dam, or continue up the Snowy Mountains Highway to Yarrangobilly Caves. Take a guided tour of caves or visit the Thermal Pool.
Again you can proceed up the highway to Kiandra, visit the bygone days of the gold rush, follow the Heritage Trail of what was once Kiandra a thriving gold mining town. Travel to Cabramurra, Australia's highest town, built for the construction of the Snowy Mountain Scheme. A further interesting spot to visit is Coolamine Homestead, historic turn of the century pioneer home and the beautiful Blue Water Holes. (this involves dirt roads along Long Plain, between Yarrangobilly and Kiandra, closed in Winter)
Whilst in the car keep a keen eye out for brumbies, the roam wild in this area, from here to Kiandra
Tumut has sister towns of Adelong-Batlow-Tumbarumba-Gundagai. All have their own treasures and worth a visit.
Adelong has historic Adelong Falls gold mining area, find the walking track from town, great to wander and you can try your luck at gold panning.
Batlow has some sheer delights, a sleepy town famous for its Batlow Apples, call into one of the roadside stall and purchase some apples fresh off the trees , the stalls also sell yummy cherries, blueberries, fresh eggs and produce some apples fresh off the trees (when in season of course), View all the apple orchards, see the apples ripening. Call in for coffee and cake at one of the two coffee shops.
Continue on to find the Sugarpine Walk a unique pine plantation, turn left near Laurel Hill. View the vast Radiata Pine Plantations the backbone of the Tumut area economy. Travel on to Tumbarumba, explore the shops and find lunch at the bakery or coffee shops or a counter lunch at the hotels. Explore Paddy's River Falls, truly spectacular in Winter, if you haven't had enough, drive onto the lookout to where the famous Southern Cloud Aeroplane crashed many years ago. True mountain Visas to be had!
Tumut has many sporting clubs, the usual ones, tennis, bowls, golf, netball, soccer, rugby league, rugby union, swimming, hockey, but it also has some different ones if your keen to try, canoeing, bush walking, archery, rifle to name a few!
Tumut is also famous for its water sports, on Blowering Dam, you can water ski, wakeboard, catermeran sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, camping goes hand in hand with all of those. Then there is fishing from a boat or trout fishing in the famous Tumut River and Goobragandra Rivers, fly or bait. So as you can see, there is plenty to keep you busy.
If you ride road bikes (pedal or motor) Tumut has some great places to explore, if you want to cycle on the flat, try Tumut Plains, or if you like it undulating or hilly there are some great rides leading out of town, try Brungle Road, Gilmore or Lacmalac Roads just to name a few.
Not to mention if you are a mountain bike rider, Tumut boasts some of the best single track riding in NSW, and hold an annual MTB race in conjunction with Tumut's Festival of the Falling Leaf. The MTB trails are located in State Forest area beside Tumut Golf Course.
Tumut has some great local walks, our famous River Walk is a must. Stretches from Tumut Racecourse all the way to Riverglade Caravan Park, all beside the river. Find the ducks and geese that reside at Rotary Park, walk on past All Saints Church, view the old wooden town bridge (now pedestrian bridge), stroll past Billa Park, onto the new concrete Tumut Pioneer Bridge. If you feel like exploring further, continue on past Riverglade Caravan Park and find the trail to "The Wetlands" area, a community project to protect and showcase local flora and fauna. Find the junction of the Gilmore Creek and Tumut River.
Find the top of town, Tumut Rotary Lookout, views overlook town and showcases the beautiful district, especially nice enhanced views in autumn.
The Junction Lions Park, another lovely spot, located 5km from town on Tumut Plains Road, where Tumut River and Goobragandra Rivers meet. A delightful park, with bbq and toilet facilities available, worth a visit.
Tumut has some wonderful parks with play equipment for children, The Bull Paddock, located on SMH, Fitzroy Street, Rotary Park on Elm Drive and Richmond Park. Great place to burn off some energy for the little ones.
If you require any further information, call into Tumut’s Tourist Information Centre located at the old “Butter Factory” complex, right next to the NPWS offices on cnr Gocup Road, (to Gundagai) and Adelong Road, (Snowy Mtns Highway), and the helpful staff will help with your Tumut local information.
A gem in the heart of Tumut, lovely, 2 bedroon, Villa style, 2 storey Unit, called "The Bottlebrush", just 5 minutes walk to shops, hotels, clubs and restaurants.
Wonderful quiet location, tucked in a unit complex.
Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, with bedrooms located upstairs, with a secure single rollerdoor lock-up garage. Reverse Cycle air/conditioning for heating and cooling.
Well appointed kitchen with dishwasher and dining table.
Beds consist of queen size wrought iron style, pillowtop bed in bedroom 1, whilst 2nd bedroom has 2 single beds with loads of cupboard space. Bathroom upstairs with a convenient 2nd toilet downstairs.