Minjary National Park is located 10 kilometres north west of Tumut on the South West slopes of New South Wales. It consists of 1,462 hectares of undulating to steep forested country that is surrounded entirely by freehold land. Minjary National Park contains a number of Aboriginal sites and places. It was part of an Aboriginal travelling route between the Western Plains and the Kosciuszko area via the Tumut River. Recreational uses of the park include bushwalking, limited horse riding, camping, bird watching, photography and nature appreciation. There are currently no roads providing public vehicular access to the park boundary. Several informal tracks and trails exist within the park.
Step back into yesteryear and enjoy old world European style comfort and hospitality at Beaufort House, situated on the main street of historical Adelong, a National Heritage Listed gold mining town. Historic Beaufort House is perfectly located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, a short drive east of Wagga Wagga.