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Old Mountain Road Walking Track

Snowy Mountains Highway, Talbingo NSW 2720
Old Mountain Road Walking Track is a medium difficulty, four kilometre (one way) walk, taking approximately 1.5 hours. The track, near Jounama Creek campground, is ideal for bushwalking if you're seeking a heart-pumping challenge, with birdwatching opportunities and scenic views along the way. Take in breathtaking views of Bogong Peaks, Jounama Pondage and Blowering Reservoir on this short, high-energy walk. Descend through picturesque bushland to Jounama Creek, following Talbingo Mountain's first road, built in 1860 during the Kiandra gold rush. It's an ideal spot for a picnic and a dip if the weather is warm, or for sitting quietly while watching for wallabies and eastern grey kangaroos. Be sure to bring along your binoculars or camera if you enjoy a spot of birdwatching. You may spot a variety of birdlife, such as yellow-tailed black cockatoos, or a wildflower display, with purple kunzea and white-flowered tea tree on lower slopes.
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Black Perry Lookout

Snowy Mountains Highway, Talbingo NSW 2720
Black Perry Lookout is an excellent place for perspective, giving you a real sense of the expansive wilderness areas in Kosciuszko National Park's north. Pull in from Snowy Mountains Highway to enjoy breathtaking scenic views all year round. Bring your camera and binoculars for incredible panoramas, which are undoubtedly some of the best on offer in Kosciuszko National Park. Located next to Talbingo Mountain, this lookout was recently built. It stands just metres from the carpark and is fully wheelchair-accessible. Kids will love the feeling of adventure as they step onto the viewing platform, which extends out over the trees. Once you've finished pointing out Black Perry Mountain and Bogong Mountain Range, why not grab the thermos and stop for a cuppa on one of the benches? Or have a peek around for resident wallabies while listening carefully for a lyrebird's call.