NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service has just announced that this snow season, annual park passes for Kosciuszko National Park have gone completely digital and all COVID-related restrictions have been lifted!
Digital Annual Passes
For the first time ever, no paper annual passes will be available for purchase for entry into Kosci National Park. It’s all online baby. Get yours now!
In fact, NPWS has gone so high-tech they can automatically link your pass to your vehicle rego, which means when you head into the park to hit the slopes, you can bypass the vehicle entry station and start shredding the gnar ASAP.
If you’re more of a day pass kinda person, those are still available at the park entry stations and at the NPWS visitor centres in Jindy, Khancoban, and Tumut.
No COVID Restrictions This Snow Season
After a topsy-turvy snow season last year, NPWS has also announced that there’ll be no number restrictions on the slopes this year, plus all snow play activities are back!
That means tobogganing, sledding, snow-tubing, snow angels, snow fights, snow men – however you like to play in the snow, it’s on!
The only requirement for the season is a valid NSW Parks Pass.
See ya on the slopes!
Feature photo thanks to NSW NPWS