The Snowy Mountains is home to many stories and legends and many were born on the iconic high country station, Tom Groggin
Situated on the NSW-Victorian border, the 2000 acre property is completely surrounded by national parks. The northern boundary is the
fast flowing Murray River and the neighbouring Kosciuszko National Park, while other boundaries are within Victoria’s Alpine National Park.
Road access is by the Alpine Way. The Station is a 35 minute drive south of Thredbo Village and a one hour drive south-east
of Corryong for travellers from the Victorian side. In Winter chains must be carried when travelling the Alpine Way in 2WD  

As you drive from Thredbo, or from Corryong then through Khancoban, the heavily forested mountains give way suddenly to the rich green pastures and flowing streams of Tom Groggin Station.