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Gorgeous Natural Wonder

Extremely high on natural beauty, Cooma is a town on the way to the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales. It has been named as such due to the aboriginal word Coombah, meaning 'big lake' or 'open country'. Those who are nature lovers would enjoy holidaying in a calm and serene environment.

Kick-start the trip by heading over to Nimmitabel Heritage Walk and soak up its rich history. One can complete the walk in an hour or so. The walk comprises of Geldmacher House - circa 1863, the Town Well, the Old Mill - circa 1872, the gorgeous St. Andrews Church and several other features and buildings.

Do drop by at the Raglan Gallery and Cultural Centre. It exhibits the work by the area's accomplished and upcoming artists, from painters to ceramicists, potters, sculptors, jewellers, craftspeople and artisans. Those who are artistically inclined can spend some time at the Cooma Little Theatre. Every year, it exhibits at least four of its own high quality productions. They showcase a range of performance genres - comedy, drama, variety show and even pantomime.

Those who are fond of horse riding can make it a point to visit the Yarramba Horse Riding. It is a well-known location for its excellent horsemanship and for housing trained horses. Situated by the Murrumbidgee River between Cooma and Adaminaby, Yarramba is easily reached for visitors to the Mountains and Kosciuszko areas throughout the year. It focuses on personal trail rides for beginners and accomplished riders, thereby enabling you to ride in one of the most amazing Australia's landscapes.

Drive down 40 kms to sit by the sparkling Lake Eucumbene. With the gorgeous Snowy Mountains as its backdrop, it is perched at an elevation of 1200 metres above sea level, making it a shimmering alpine lake. Do stop by at the Mount Gladstone Lookout and Nature Reserve that sprawls 125 hectares of native bushland that is less than 4 kms from the edge of Cooma township. It showcases stunning views across the Monaro Plains and to the peaks of Snowy Mountains from two viewing platforms.

The stay options in Cooma are abundant with the best luxury hotels and cheap accommodations available for the tourists to decide which kind to opt for depending on their budget and taste.

Cooma experiences oceanic climate, with subtropical highland influence. The best time to visit would be during January, February, March, April, October, November and December for the temperatures are pleasant.

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