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Bombala

Bombala is a town in the Snowy Mountains region of New South Wales.

Get in

Countrylink [1] has connections to Bombala from Canberra via Cooma three times a week.

The V/Line Capital connection, which connects with the train from Melbourne at Bairnsdale and continues to Canberra runs through Bombala three times week.

The Monaro highway passes straight through Bombala, connecting from Canberra and Cooma in the north, to the Princes Hwy in the south across the Victorian border.

Get around

There is no public transport or taxi service in Bombala.

See

The town of Bombala was settled in the 1840's, and was one of the major towns of the region. It was the terminus for the railway line from Sydney, which has now been progressively closed all the way back to Canberra. You can still see many historic buildings in the town. The railway station and lines are still there, and you can walk on the platform.

  • Platypus. The town themes itself as Platypus country and has a platypus reserve around 3km south of the township on the Delegate road. You will need to be there around dawn or dusk in order to see the platypus.
  • Coolangubra State Forest.

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Contact

Get out

The small down of Delegate is 30 minutes drive away. You can continue on the road south from there, for a 100km winding and scenic trip to join the Princes Highway. Great trip for those who love driving corners. Not so great for travelling with those with a propensity for car sickness.


Routes through Bombala
CanberraCooma  N noframe S  Cann RiverEND





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