The Museum is staffed all year round by dedicated volunteers 10am-4pm, 7 days a week.
Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday, and the morning of Anzac Day, Hours from Jun-Aug may be reduced to 1pm-3pm.
The volunteers love working within the community and sharing their knowledge with locals and visitors alike.
The volunteers enjoy having plenty of fun in the process and welcome your questions and interest.
Please don’t be afraid to debate the true identity of the Man from Snowy River and be sure to sight Jack Riley’s saddle bags and pocket watch,
and the buggy that brought his body down the mountain on his last trip.
Experience the passion and take home a memorable experience from The Man from Snowy River Museum at Corryong.
Melways reference: Map 623 Grid reference 6C
The Man from Snowy River Museum is located in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains and the pure end of the Murray River in the picturesque township of Corryong.
Corryong is located in north east Victoria and has a population of approximately 1300 people. It has a broad range of accommodation to choose from including motels,
caravan parks, free camping, bed and breakfasts and a 4 star resort at nearby Walwa.
No matter which direction you travel from, the drive to Corryong only becomes more beautiful as you approach the destination. Be sure to bring your camera.
|Melbourne to Corryong||395km||4 hrs 30 minutes|
|Wangaratta to Corryong||190km||2 hours 40 minutes|
|Albury-Wodonga to Corryong||125km||1 hour 30 minutes|