George Miller's The Man from Snowy River
(1982) is, by many measures, one of the most successful Australian films of all time.
There has been considerable production of alluvial gold from the area: Blackwater River (>18,000 oz), Snowy River
(>56,000 oz), Mossy Creek (>10,000 oz), Waipuna (>3,000 oz), Nelson Creek (>76,000 oz) and minor production from Upper Grey River, Orwell Creek and Ahaura River.
Despite his tutors' reservations, he was offered a role in the 1995 TV prison drama Correlli (where he met his future wife), shortly after graduation, which was followed up with Aussie TV shows Blue Heelers and Snowy River
Table 1 lists a selection of Birrdhawal vocabulary from Mathews (1907) and compares it with examples, where they exist, from Bulmer's word list (in Curr 1886) from the Snowy River
(Ganai), Hercus' (1986) list of southern Ngarigu and Robinson's list from Cape Howe (Thawa) (Clark 2000b).
Paterson's The Man from Snowy River
and other Verses, first published in 1895.
This is a story of a man who experiences the changing world while never moving from his birthplace on the Snowy River
The man from Snowy River
is a household word today And the stockmen tell the story of his ride.
The formation, called Snowy River
, is at least 6 kilometers (4 miles) long, making it the longest known cave formation.
At an Australia Day ceremony in 1998 he was asked as a member of a pioneering family to address the people of the Snowy River
HALL ** Return to Snowy River
** Return to Snowy River
Likewise, the town of Jindabyne itself is the living double of the drowned original, which was sacrificed to the rising waters of the Snowy River
The descriptions of the mountainous Snowy River
area of Australia and its changing seasons are lush, giving the story even more of a poetic, mystical atmosphere.