Snowy Mountains – NSW, Australia

G’day Sports Fans! I know this post is a tad late, but I didn’t have an internet connection in Kosciuszko National Park. If you follow me on Instagram you’ll know I was with mates in the Snowy Mountains for a bit of snowboarding action over the weekend. We took on both Thredbo and Perisher over the course of two days.

It was great to get down to Perisher again, and out to Thredbo for the first time. It was the best snow conditions I’d experienced in Australia. I hadn’t seen good quality snow like that since I left Canada back in 2008. Unfortunately this will was my only trip to the snow this year, I wont get another chance this year. Got to try to get over to Canada, Europe or Japan during the Australian summer for some more snowboarding fun.

Now I didn’t do much in the way of photography while I was in the Snowy Mountains over the weekend, I was having a bit too much fun on the snowboard. I did however have a few action cams on board and recorded a few videos for your viewing pleasure. Below are a few of my favourite photos from the weekend, below that are a couple of videos I threw together.

Kangaroo in the Kosciuszko National Park

A Kangaroo in the Kosciuszko National Park

Thredbo Resort

Thredbo Village

Thredbo Resort

The sun starts to set in Thredbo

Guthega in the Perisher Resort
Guthega in the Perisher Resort

Looking out to Mt Kosciuszko from Guthega

Snowboarding at Thredbo Day 1

Snowboarding at Perisher Day 2

Snowboarding Wipe Out Reel from over the weekend.

That wraps up my weekend of snowboarding at Thredbo and Perisher in the NSW Snowy Mountains/Kosciuszko National Park. Make sure you keep up to date with all the latest from me on my social media profiles – TwitterFacebook or Google+. Hit me up and let me know what adventures you’d like to see from me. You can get in touch with me at any time via my contact me page.

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About the Author: Rhys Vandersyde

Traveler, Photographer, Content Creator. I've spent the last 10 years exploring all over the world, but there is still plenty more to see.

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