Kosciuszko National Park contains some 800km of public roads, ranging from high-standard sealed roads such as the Alpine Way, Kosciuszko Road and Snowy Mountains Highway, to the narrow gravel Barry Way and numerous minor unsealed roads of varying standards.
Most of these roads are suitable for conventional vehicles, with only a few requiring four-wheel drive. Lobs Hole Ravine Road crosses the Yarrangobilly River (water levels vary over the natural crossing). This road provides access to Wallaces Creek Lookout in the south and Jounama Homestead ruin in the north; suitable for 2WD.
The high country grasslands are sensitive and can be damaged easily; please remain on designated trails and obey traffic signals.
Motorcycling is popular during the warmer months along the winding Alpine Way. Many people take a circular touring route through the park, following the Alpine Way, Cabramurra-Khancoban Road, Elliott Way and Snowy Mountains Highway.