ⓘ Guthega, New South Wales

Guthega, New South Wales

ⓘ Guthega, New South Wales

Guthega is a ski village and the site for a hydro electric dam located in the Kosciuszko National Park, on the upper reaches of the Snowy River, on the western face of Mount Blue Cow, Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, Australia.

The village consists of private cabins, a restaurant and bar, commercial accommodation, and facilities for practicing winter sports and other outdoor recreation.

Also Guthega power plant site Guthega dam used to generate hydroelectric power within the snowy mountains, now managed by snowy hydro.

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  • one of the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales The Snowy River is the boundary to the south and south - east, and the Murrumbidgee River is the
  • stretching 7.7 kilometres 4.8 mi through the heart of suburban Sydney, New South Wales Australia. The lineal corridor stretches from Prospect Reservoir to
  • 21 kilometres south - west of the Sydney central business district, in the state of New South Wales Australia. It is a part of the South - western Sydney
  • It is located at White Cliffs, New South Wales which was chosen as it has the highest insolation in New South Wales and in 1981 when the station was
  • Justice Sir Owen Dixon Premier of New South Wales Joseph Cahill Premier of Queensland Vince Gair Premier of South Australia Thomas Playford IV Premier
  • Franklin Namadgi National Park Resorts: Charlotte Pass Perisher Blue Blue Cow Guthega Perisher Valley Smiggin Holes Selwyn snowfields Cabramurra private ski
  • four large dams Guthega Island Bend, Eucumbene, and Jindabyne and many smaller diversion structures in its headwaters in New South Wales as part of the
  • from Thredbo Valley directly into the snow fields. Transfield purchased Guthega Ski Resort and amalgamated with Perisher Smiggins in 1995 to form Perisher
  • gravity - fed aqueduct that supplies some of the potable water for Sydney, in New South Wales Australia. The aqueduct comprises 54 kilometres 34 mi of open canals

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