A lovely community nestled in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. This Polish-influenced community ignited in the early 20th Century for the workers and construction of the Snowy Mountain Scheme, one of Australia’s largest engineering feats. The beautiful mixture of farming land and mountainous National Park makes a lovely place to visit in both the warm and cooler seasons. This pretty place is a 20km scenic drive to Corryong which is the border of New South Wales and Victoria’s state lines and only 268km from the nation’s capital. Khancoban is a friendly picturesque place to visit.