Kosciuszko Summit Precinct Walking Tracks Strategy

The Kosciuszko Summit Precinct Walking Tracks Strategy has closed for comment.

Public exhibition of the draft Kosciuszko Summit Precinct Walking Tracks Strategy provides an important opportunity for members of the community to have a say in the future management of Kosciuszko National Park. Comments closed 11 March 2019.

This strategy has been developed to assist National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) to manage the existing walking tracks and trails located within the vicinity of Mount Kosciuszko, Thredbo, Charlotte Pass, Guthega, Perisher, Crackenback and Sawpit Creek. The strategy also guides decisions about new track proposals that could be developed in the future as part of new visitor experiences outlined in the Kosciuszko National Park: Proposed Amendment to Plan of Management: Visitor Experience Improvements which is being exhibited at the same time as this strategy and is also open for public comment.

The draft Kosciuszko summit precinct walking track strategy includes a proposal for the development of the Snowies Iconic Walk. The Snowies Iconic Walk project will deliver an exceptional multi-day walk across Australia's pristine alpine area, past glacial lakes, granite tors, alpine meadows and the summit of Australia's highest peak.

How can I get more information about the draft strategy?

For further information on the draft Kosciuszko Summit Precinct Walking Tracks Strategy, please contact the NPWS Alpine Queanbeyan Area at  npws.alpinequeanbeyan@environment.nsw.gov.au