Discover Cooma

Visitors to Cooma and the Monaro will find plenty to do. Our broad history has led to an abundance of beautiful buildings, and interesting monuments and memorials. There are parks and look-outs, and some great shopping opportunities, too.

Drive to the top of Mount Gladstone for sweeping views of the mountains and the Monaro Plains.

Browse through Cooma’s craft galleries and craft stores.

Go horse riding on the high plains.

Go fly-fishing for trout in the streams and lakes around Cooma.

The Lambie Town Walk will help you discover Cooma’s National Trust-classified sites including Victorian cottages, gaol, courthouse and post office.




Reynella Kosciusko Rides


Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme

The gigantic Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme was built in the region. It took 25 years to construct at a cost of $800 million. Today it is still the largest and most brilliantly designed multi-storage hydro system in the world and attracts visitors from all around the world. Visit the Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre.

Cooma Corrective Services Museum.

If you are curious about the rich penal history of NSW, the Corrective Services Museum in Cooma is the place to visit.1 Vagg Street, Cooma.

Cooma Corrective Services Museum

Cooma Visitor Centre

Cooma Visitor Centre is a Level 2 Accredited Visitor Centre delivering professional accurate travel and tourist information to the travelling and touring public. We are open 7 days a week 9am to 3pm.

Cooma Visitor Centre

Ride Kosciuszko National Park

For 48 years the Rudd family has been sharing the country that inspired Banjo Patterson’s “The Man from Snowy River” with people from around the world. Come and ride the land of mountain horsemen, brumbies, wildflowers and alpine wilderness.

Reynella Rides

The Ski Co

The Ski Co offers a wide range of the latest ski & snowboard hire equipment at competitive prices, provided by experienced, fully qualified staff.

Ski Co

Explore More Of What Cooma Has To Offer

Snow & Skiing

Whether you are a beginner or an expert or just there for après skiing, the Snowy’s have it all – and it is just an hour and a half from your comfortable motel accommodation in Cooma!


Charlotte Pass

At 1760m, is the highest village in Australia and has the highest ski lift point at 1920m; trails cater for novices to advanced skiers and four lifts are on offer.

Charlotte Pass


Perisher Valley

Guthega, Bluecow and Smiggin Holes form the “Perisher Blue Ski Resort”. They are connected by the Skitube, ski trail and chairlifts. The resort has more than 50 lifts, a downhill skiable area of more than 1250 hectares and 104km of cross country tails.

Perisher Valley


Mt. Selwyn Snowfields

At Mt. Selwyn Snowfields staff are proud of their motto – Friendly, Family, Fun. Mt Selwyn has a gently progressing terrain and there are 45kms of marked Cross Country and Snow Shoe trails.

Mt Selwyn Snowfields



Thredbo is the closest resort to Mount Kosciuszko, at an altitude of 1370m. The Kosciuszko Express Chairlift operates all year and the top station boasts Australia’s highest restaurant, Eagles Nest. Thredbo is famous for its village atmosphere and great restaurants.


Get In Touch

Cooma Motor Inn

35 Sharp Street
Cooma NSW 2630

ph: 02 6452 1366

Reception Hours

Monday - Saturday: 7:00am - 8:00pm

                   Sunday: 7:00am - 7:00pm

For after hours bookings and check-in
please phone 02 6452 1366

Check In - Check Out

Check In - After 2 pm Check Out - By 10:00 am

Late check-outs - must be arranged with hosts upon checking-in *Fees may apply.

For after hours bookings and check-inns please phone 02 6452 1366

No Smoking Policy

In line with public policy, Government initiatives and industry standards we have adopted a smoke free environment within our motel units. We respectfully request that smoking guests use defined smoking areas that are provided within the Motel premises”.

Pets Policy

Pets Are Not Allowed

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