Located 180 km from Canberra and 423 km from Sydney, Tumut is one of the many interesting towns found in New South Wales, Australia. It is notable for its historical sites such as the All Saints Anglican Church that attract tourists from all over the world.
- Tumut Museum
- Tumut Art Social Gallery
- Lombardy Poplars
- Fish at the Tumut River
- Visit the Blowering Reservoir and Dam
- Take a tour around the town while riding in an old English carriage
Tumut weather is tolerable from September to February, when it is not too cold. It then becomes colder from March until August, when the weather drops to the freezing point. The temperatures stay most pleasant from December to April, which is also considered the best time to visit.
Getting There & Around
The town has an airport of its own, called the Tumut Airport. If you are travelling from Siyney, Melbourne or Canberra, you may take a domestic flight headed to Tumut. You may also take a bus or a coach going to the town.
It is best to get around Tumut by car in order to make the most out of your trip. Buses and taxis are also available, although most tourists find buses more affordable. If you do not mind paying more for your trip, take a taxi for a more hassle-free travel.