Mount Kosciuszko National Park, NSW
It was easter, it was cold, but the days were still calm and blue skied. We'd recently all either bought new 4x4s, or had made modifications to them to better equip them for long distance touring, and with limited periods on the calendar allowing for extended periods of time away from the office, it seemed the perfect opportunity to travel interstate.
Unfortunately, we weren't the only people with this idea, and as you could imagine, the roads were filled with caravaners, horse floats and other holidayers drastically slowing down the adventure. But between the array of good music, UHF conversations and great friends - none of it mattered for what lay ahead.
We've always known of Mt. Kosciuszo, the highest peak in Australia. The snow town of Thredbo and its sister adventure hub Jindabyne. I'd departed on this journey not expecting much more than a simple weekend away with my nearest and dearest, completely unaware of what the 5 days in the Australian Alps would bring. From Yarrangobilly Caves, to the sunset at Mt. Townsend. This place absolutely blew my brain.