Snow regions across NSW still feel impact of Black Summer bushfires, March flooding
By Isadora Bogle, Jake Lapham and Sally Bryant,
Thursday June 10, 2021 – 05:43 EST
Snow at Maragle near Tumbarumba looking south towards the Victorian Alps.
Tourists normally rush to the higher-altitude areas of New South Wales to catch a glimpse of snowfalls, but, in the case of the Snowy Valley and Barrington Tops, the ongoing impact of natural disasters means local economies may not enjoy a tourism boon this winter.
Talbingo Supermarket owner Kevin Gee waxed lyrical when he described what he could see from the back of…