12 February 2022

TITLE: Tumbatrek

DATE: Saturday 12 February 2022

COST: $10 per adult and $5 per child

ORGANISER: Albury Wodonga Punjabi Culture & Sports Association

REGISTER: Contact Kayley Dickinson by email kdickinson@svc.nsw.gov.au or phone 0407 248 382

The iconic Snowy Valleys Council Tumbatrek will be held again on Saturday 12 February led by Mayor Ian Chaffey and Member for Eden-Monaro Kristy McBain.

Approximately 12kms long, this year’s walk will follow a route that highlights some of Tumbarumba’s most iconic assets, including Council’s development of Snowy View Estate, the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail, local mountain bike tracks and trails, and the Hyne Mill.

While some restrictions are being reintroduced under the Covid-19 Public Health Orders, a scaled-down event can still go ahead in a way that puts health and safety of participants as a priority.

An iconic annual event, Tumbatrek provides an informal opportunity for community and government leaders to discuss issues in the region while experiencing the beautiful landscape of the Snowy Valleys region.

Community members are also invited to join the trek at a cost of $10 per adult and $5 per child which includes morning tea and lunch.

Numbers are limited and registrations close at 5pm on Sunday 6 February 2022. Attendees are advised to bring sunscreen, a hat, water, and hand sanitizer with them on the day.

Tumbatrek is a COVID-safe event and people are reminded to stay home and get tested if they are unwell.