The long weekend went off with a bang in Bombala, with the Bombala Motorcycle Association’s much anticipated Fireworks Night proving a sparkling success on June 12.
Thredbo had a great start to the season with snow falling up top from the minute the Gondola started turning.
The atmosphere was high with people keen to make the most of first turns.
Over three days leading up to opening weekend, Mother Nature served up a huge snow storm total of 60cm.
First responders in Cooma were treated to a breakfast last Tuesday as part of Thank A First Responder Day.
Honoured guests from the emergency services in the region, gathered at the Cooma Police Station for a warming cooked breakfast and a time to catch up and share their experiences.
Snowy Monaro residents can now call through to the standard Snowy Monaro Regional Council number 1300 345 345, any time of the day, and pay their rates or water notice through an automated phone system.
Nearly 1500 people were breath tested during a three-day police operation in the Snowy Mountains to coincide with the opening of the snow season.
The Australian Government will provide $10 million to deliver Stage 4 of the Snowies Iconic Walk, helping showcase an iconic part of the Australian landscape.
Police are reminding people to stay Snowsafe during the 2021 snow season, with senior members of the NSW Police Force attended the Perisher Ski Resort on Friday to launch Operation Snow Safe 2021.