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Finding a Campervan and Motorhome Hire in Cooma is Now Easy

Cooma in the Snowy Mountains

There is no better way to travel around Australia's Snowy Mountains region than with a reliable motorhome rental. VroomVroomVroom can help you compare campervan and RV hire rates around the country. We do not charge any hidden fees, and we give you access to some of the best camper rental deals in Australia.

Useful information on Cooma

Hidden away in the Snowy Mountains, the beautiful town of Cooma is home to a number of historical buildings, the Murrumbidgee River, Lake Creek and a large hydroelectric scheme. The town also has a vibrant arts scene, and offers plenty of outdoor activities like camping, picnicking, bushwalking and more. A campervan rental is a great way to explore the Snowy Mountains and see some of the exciting attractions.

You can not currently collect a campervan from Cooma, so simply use the map below to see view the closest city with a depot.

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Top Campervan and Motorhome Campsites within and nearby Cooma

Anglers Reach Caravan Park sits along Peninsula Road in Anglers Reach, near the Lake Eucumbene offering beautiful views of the mountains. The establishment can be easily accessed from the towns of Adaminaby and Cooma. The park offers a wide range of cabins, on-site vans, caravan and camping sites. Its park facilities are a boat ramp, supermarket, licensed bottle shop, fuel and EFTPOS.

Buckenderra Holiday Village is situated at Buckenderra Road in Lake Eucumbene. The site can be conveniently reached from Cooma. Its facilities include a seasonal restaurant, barbecue areas, games room, fuel outlet, boat ramp, laundry, mini mart, sealed roads, boat hire, public telephone and lake frontage. The accommodations on offer include caravan sites, cottages, holiday sites, cabins and camping sites. The venue is ideal for fishing, skiing (during the winter months), swimming, boating and or just relaxing.

Cooma - Snowy Mountain Tourist Park is located at 286 Street on the Snowy Mountains Highway. It sits on a beautiful bushland close to central Cooma. The park is pet and children friendly. The accommodations that it offers are cabins, shearers' huts, on-site vans, powered sites and unpowered sites. Its park facilities include free gas for barbecue, a games room, tennis court, mini golf, trampoline and a playground for children.

Top Attractions in Cooma

Monaro Art Groups Little Gallery can be found at the Hain Centre in Cooma. Monaro Art Group runs the venue and features local artworks such as paintings, sculptures and crafts. The items that it displays are all available for purchase. It is open on weekdays from 10am to 5pm and 10am to 12pm every Saturday.

Nanny Goat Hill Lookout is located at Massie Street in Cooma. The lookout forms part the historical Lambie Town Walk and offers beautiful views of Cooma and the impressive Nanny Goat sculpture.

New South Wales Corrective Services Museum sits at 1 Vagg Street. The museum features a wide range of historical items, arts and crafts that mirror over 200 years history of New South Wales' Correctional Services. Aboriginal artworks as well as arts and crafts made by inmates.

Raglan Gallery and Cultural Centre is located at 9 - 11 Lambie Street. The venue features artwork from local artists and 100 year old gardens while hosting several exhibits. Some of the items include paintings, potteries, ceramics and sculptures.

Wadbilliga National Park lies along Wadbilliga Road in Cooma. It is a mountainous wilderness in New South Wales that also features Lake Creek. Visitors can enjoy walking around the area, camping and or a picnic at Wadbilliga Crossing.