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Transport Services

Getting Here

From Sydney and Canberra to Jindabyne and Thredbo via Bullocks Flat Greyhound Operate daily services, and extra on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Sydney central to Thredbo. Ph 131 499 www.greyhound.com.au Transborder Ph 02 6241 0033 www.transborder.com.au Murrays Coaches Operate a daily service from Canberra to Thredbo. Ph 132 251 www.murrays.com.au Snow Alliance Operate a service from Canberra to Thredbo and Fridays and Sundays. Ph 1800 280 121 www.snowalliance.com.au Summit Coaches Bookings essential, phone for schedule updates. Ph 1800 608 008 www.summitcoaches.com.au Jindabyne to Thredbo Snow Link Jindabyne Visitor Centre to Thredbo and return. Ph 1800 451 575 or 0427 498 636 From Sydney and ...

Jindabyne Accommodation

Jindabyne

Located in the south-east of New South Wales, Jindabyne is a great year round holiday destination. Jindabyne is a very cosmopolitan place with an eclectic mix of new residents and pioneering families. Sitting on the edge of Lake Jindabyne, the area is suitable for a quiet getaway or an adrenaline filled vacation. Jindabyne has a large variety of accommodation options, from alpine apartments, lodges and houses to luxury ski chalets. There is accommodation for everyone at Jindabyne and is a great base ...

Jindabyne Easter Art

Snowy Mountains Readers and Writers Festival Dates;                   7 – 9 April Time;                     9am 7 April Location;              Jindabyne Memorial Hall (behind in car park area) Lions Club Annual Art Show and Sale Dates;                   Opening night Thursday April 5 at 7 pm Daily from Friday April 6until Saturday April 14 Time;                     10am to 4pm Located;               Jindabyne Memorial Hall  Artist in Residence   Dates;                   6 – 9 April   Time;                     10-5 daily Location;              Wildbrumby Distillery Alpine Way between Jindabyne and Thredbo, for more details ph 6457 1447 Historical Photography Display Dates; ...

Road Cycling

Things To Do

The Snowy Mountains region is an amazing place to enjoy road riding at every fitness level.  The quality road surfaces, incredible views, light traffic loads and challenging climbs are all a great attraction for roads cyclists.  Many cyclists base their rides out of Jindabyne but often ask where to ride - below are several rides popular with local riders. 1.             Jindabyne to Dead Horse Gap. 70km return.  Take the Alpine way up the Thredbo Valley to the high point 5km past ...

Itineraries

Getting Here

Discovering the Snowies - Tour itineraries The Snowies are well served by a network of sealed roads boasting spectacular scenery. The Snowy Mountains Drive can be accessed from Canberra in the north, Bega on the south coast and Albury to the southwest. Take your time enjoying one of Australia’s greatest natural resources at your own pace. The “Snowies” contains the nation’s highest peak, Mt Kosciuszko, the inspiring feat of the Snowy Hydro Electric Scheme, and the state’s largest preserved natural ...

Jindabyne

Towns

The original town of Jindabyne was relocated in the 1960's when the Snowy River was dammed as part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme. Only a handful of houses being moved to their new location. The remains of the old town lie submerged under Lake Jindabyne, they can occasionally be glimpsed when lake levels are low. For great views over the lake at any time head for the Waste Point Lookout on the Kosciuszko Road. Modern Jindabyne is a year round holiday ...

NSW FIRST WORKSHOPS IN JINDABYNE 27-28 OCT

NSW FIRST WORKSHOPS COMING TO JINDABYNE 27 & 28 OCTOBER Destination NSW will be delivering complimentary workshops for the tourism industry in Jindabyne on Monday 27 October and Tuesday 28 October 2014. Following its success in 2013, Destination NSW is pleased once again to deliver the NSW FIRST Workshop Program to support the development of the NSW tourism industry.  The program consists of three separate workshops, delivered across 15 NSW locations. The following workshop: will be run at Rydges Horizons, 10 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne 27 ...

Six New Partners Join TSM’s Summer Campaign

Tourism Snowy Mountains has six more partners for its new marketing campaign, meaning 100% of all funds have now been secured to promote the region this coming spring, summer and autumn. “With winter well and truly underway and the collaborative marketing project with the four NSW snow resorts in full swing, it’s so great that the planned spring, summer and autumn program is continuing to gain momentum,” said Neil Thew Executive Officer for TSM. Europcar, Kosciuszko Brewing Company, Canberra Airport, Jindabyne Sport and ...

Towns

About The Snowy Mountains

The Snowy Mountains region is alive year-round, with each of its towns having their own unique character. Although the 'Snowies' are famous for alpine peaks with winter snow adventures and activities; it's not just about the snow! In the spring, summer and autumn months this remarkable region has so much to see and do, with our towns and their people just the start. Experience alpine village charm in the south of the Snowies at  Jindabyne, Thredbo, Perisher, Charlotte Pass and Khancoban. Jindabyne ...

Discovery Holiday Parks Jindabyne, Snowy Mountains, NSW

Overlooking the gorgeous Lake Jindabyne. Jindabyne is an awesome all year adventure destination. The region’s alpine country ski slopes beckon in winter. Summer’s the time for mountain biking, white-water rafting, horse-riding and bush walking. Our award winning caravan park is just two hours from Canberra and 3kms from the local township. Thirty minutes and you’re right in the Snowy Mountain ski fields.   Freecall: 1800 248 148 Phone: (02) 6456 2099

Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre

Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre offers great value self-contained accommodation options for families and groups all year. There’s a range of prices and styles – modern motel and holiday cottages or value dormitory styles – take your pick! The Centre has fully self-contained conference centre - ideal for your next seminar, conference, expo or private function. Set on 87 hectares of high alpine country, Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre combines a terrific location with a wide range of facilities.

Jindabyne Boxing Day Rodeo

This annual event has been running since 1943, originally in Old Jindabyne and now at the 'John Connors' Jindabyne Sports Ground.

Snowy Region Visitor Centre

Visitor Centres

Jindabyne is located in the centre of the Snowy Mountains, situated around Lake Jindabyne. The resort town offers a range of accommodation, restaurants, cafes, shops, activities and attractions. Snowy Region Visitor Centre is conveniently located on Kosciuszko Road in Jindabyne.  Information is available on Kosciuszko National Park and the region. This is provided by an interpretative display area and an extensive range of brochures covering many attractions, activities and points of interest. The Visitor Centre's trained staff are always happy to help. The ...

Snow Safety In The Snowy Mountains

When we think ‘alpine’ in Australia the majority of people think ‘resort skiing’,  the drive to the mountains and where to stay, but there is more to this environment, especially if you are keen to explore the back country. Preparation is everything and when it comes to the challenge of alpine survival even in ‘normal’ circumstances when the weather, visibility and snow conditions change. Key to safety and survival is keeping warm and dry, ensuring sufficient fuel (nutrition and fluids) for ...

Flowing Festival – Lake Jindabyne

Come and experience this fantastic EVENT set in Banjo Paterson Park on the foreshore of beautiful Lake Jindabyne. Enjoy family picnic, live entertainment and amusement rides on Saturday night or be apart of the 8th Lake Jindabyne Dragon Boat Challenge on Sunday. Sunday's program also features the Renewable Energy and Climate Change Expo and huge Market Day, Food stalls and amusement rides. The entertainment will Flow throughout the weekend.

Lake Jindabyne Hotel

The Lake Jindabyne Hotel is the perfect place to stay and play in the Snowy Mountains. With comfortable accommodation, great facilities and the most impressive views of the lake in town, nowhere else compares. The Lake Jindabyne Hotel boasts scruptious counter meals from 12-3pm daily, and the LJH Bistro is open every evening from 6-9pm with awesome specials for the whole family. There is something happening every night from poker and pool comps where you can win amazing prizes, great gaming facilities ...

Lake Light Sculpture

Lake Light Sculpture is an inspiring free outdoor sculpture exhibition and competition which will be held along the stunning foreshore of Lake Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains of NSW from 18th to 21st April 2014. The Easter long weekend offers a fantastic opportunity to experience Jindabyne. The sculptures are displayed in an evocative setting with the reflections of the Snowy Mountains on the lake, providing a living studio for the artworks but it is as night falls that the real magic ...

Tourism Snowy Mountains Wins Campaign Funding

For more information on the campaign please click HERE or email: tsm@snowymountains.com.au or call 0264 572 751 Minister Announces Tourism Snowy Mountains Wins Campaign Funding NSW Minister for Tourism George Souris has announced approval of $410,000 for a new Tourism Snowy Mountains marketing project following its successful application through Destination NSW’s Regional Visitor Economy Funding program (RVEF). Mr Souris along with Member for Monaro John Barilaro made the announcement in Jindabyne on Saturday 22 February. Both congratulated and commended the TSM Board and staff ...

NSW First Workshops Jindabyne 27-28 October

A must for small business owners and operators interested in developing tourism opportunities. 27 October:

  • Industry Development Workshop 8:45am - 3:15pm–  designed for NSW tourism businesses with presentations on marketing, digital promotion, public relations, tourism research, product development and distribution.
28 October:
  • Regional Visitor Economy Fund Workshop 8:45am - 12:15pm - program update, tips and case studies on developing key performance indicators and an overview of Destination Management Plans.
  • Regional Conferencing Business Workshop 12:45pm - 4:30pm– introduction to business events, will examine conference market sectors,
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The Ultimate Snowy Challenge

A road cycling event with courses that go to and through many iconic Snowy Mountains locations such as Dead Horse Gap, Thredbo, Charlotte Pass, Perisher Valley and Jindabyne to name a few. The courses are demanding, but not extreme and a great event for any serious cyclist's bucket list! For more info: www.ultimatesnowychallenge.com

Snow

Things To Do

Winter in the Snowy Mountains is something special. Enjoy the crisp alpine air, touch your first snow, build a snowman, try skiing or snowboarding or the variety of other fun winter activities on offer at our NSW snow resorts: Perisher, Thredbo, Charlotte Pass and Selywn Snowfields. Each resort has its own character and charms, so have a look to see what might suit you the best. The Australian Alps are amongst some of the oldest snow covered alpine landscapes in the world ...

New Marketing Campaign Funding

For more information about the campaign please click HERE or email: tsm@snowymountains.com.au Minister Announces Tourism Snowy Mountains Wins Campaign Funding NSW Minister for Tourism George Souris has announced approval of $410,000 for a new Tourism Snowy Mountains marketing project following its successful application through Destination NSW’s Regional Visitor Economy Funding program (RVEF). Mr Souris along with Member for Monaro John Barilaro made the announcement in Jindabyne on Saturday 22 February. Both congratulated and commended the TSM Board and staff on successfully applying for and winning ...

Flowing Festival at Lake Jindabyne

  16th - 17th February 2013 Come and experience this fantastic EVENT set in Banjo Paterson Park on the foreshore of beautiful Lake Jindabyne. http://www.flowingfestival.com.au/

Community Invitation to Tourism Forums – 14th to 23rd August

Tourism Snowy Mountains is issuing an open invitation to all businesses and community-minded residents to attend our public Tourism Forums to be held across the region. You are invited to join us to hear the Regional Tourism Organisation's  plans for the future of the Snowy Mountains visitor economy. Tumbarumba: The Nest, Tuesday 14 August 2012 – 11.00am to 12noon Tumut: Montreal Theatre, Tuesday 14 August 2012 – 4.00pm to 5.00pm Cooma: Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre, Wednesday 15 August 2012 – 10.30am to 11.30am Jindabyne: Jindabyne ...

Jindabyne Flowing Festival

Be prepared to get wet, 18th and 19th February 2012 Banjo Paterson Park Jindabyne.

Weather

About The Snowy Mountains

Mountain weather can be very unpredictable. Winter temperatures can fall suddenly to below minus 20 degrees Celsius and it's not uncommon for snow to fall on the peaks of the Main Range mid-summer; so it's worth getting a weather forecast before heading out for the day. Whether you are setting out in summer or winter, always carry waterproof jackets and wear layers of clothing that can be removed as you go. When walking or camping in the mountains, always inform friends ...

Snowy Mountains Drive

Touring

When travelling by car or motorcycle, the Snowy Mountains Drive is a great touring route to explore the region in all its glory. This is a drive like no other: the country's highest mountains; some of the most diverse flora and fauna; towns bursting with historic and cultural stories and it's the home of some of Australia's most famous icons. The Snowies is well served by a network of sealed roads boasting spectacular scenery. Ensure you drive the loop of  Bredbo, Cooma, Berridale, Jindabyne, ...

Summer in the Snowies 2010/2011

Pack the kids into the car and head to the beautiful Snowy Mountains for a memorable family holiday together. Some great holiday deals are available right now for the perfect summer in the Snowies. There are lakes and streams, dams and resort pools where everyone can enjoy their favourite water sport. At Lake Jindabyne, take the kids sailing and canoeing, swimming and boating or head to Thredbo’s indoor pool and giant waterslide. Throw a line into the crystal clear waters of a ...

Watersports

Activities

The Snowy Mountains region has numerous great waterways hidden in and around the mountains. These bodies of water provide the perfect playground for some serious water sport fun.  Remember to always check conditions, weather, road access and other important information before heading out to some of these remote places to ensure you have the safest experience possible.  Plus if you are going fishing remember to get your NSW Recreational Fishing License. Visit https://www.licence.nsw.gov.au/gls_eservice/renewals/Application.aspx to get yours online. Lake Jindabyne Canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, ...

Visitor Centres

About The Snowy Mountains

Drop into a local Snowy Mountains Visitor Centre, a great place to find out what to do in the Snowies. Information on local tour and hire operators, regional maps and assistance in getting you oriented with the Snowies. There are four main Visitor Centres, Cooma, Jindabyne, Tumut and Tumbarumba. The friendly staff are there to help you get on your way.

  • Cooma Visitor Centre 1800 636 525 or 02 6450 1742
  • Khancoban Visitor Centre 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382
  • Snowy Region Visitor Centre 02
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Dalgety

Towns

The historic village of Dalgety on the banks of the Snowy River is the only town left on the Snowy River in New South Wales, after the Snowy Scheme was built and the old towns of Jindabyne and Adaminaby were flooded. Previously known as Buckley's Crossing, the township was surveyed in 1874. It was once a major stock crossing at a time when bullock trains were an important mode of transport. There was a punt across the river before the bridge ...

Charlotte Pass

Towns

No cars, no crowds and no long queues for lifts.  Charlotte Pass is an on-snow experience like no other. Completely snowbound at the top of Australia, this pristine alpine resort is visually spectacular with sweeping views of Mount Kosciuszko and the main range, and offers some of the country’s best skiing. Named after Charlotte Adams, who in 1881 was the first European woman to climb Mount Kosciuszko, Charlotte Pass is Australia’s highest resort at 1760m. From the gentle slopes of Easy Does It ...

By Car

Getting Here

The Snowy Mountains are on Australia's eastern seaboard and are equidistant from Sydney and Melbourne. The Snowies are easy to access by road, air and coach. Most people travel to the region by car as this is the most flexible and rewarding way of exploring the mountains. However for visitors travelling from afar, there are regular bus services to Cooma and Tumut, and daily plane services into Canberra with car hire available. The Snowies is well served by a network of sealed ...

TSM Supports Inter-Regional Public Transport Committee Findings

Tourism Snowy Mountains (TSM) has endorsed the NSW Government’s State and Regional Development Committee – Inter-regional public transport findings. TSM participated in the inquiry by the Committee, with the report being tabled in Parliament on 19 March. The tabled report identified 31 recommendations from the Committee. The TSM Board is in agreement with all of the findings, with particular reference to Recommendation #2 as it has significant importance to the Snowy Mountains: “The Committee recommends that Transport for NSW re-routes the NSW ...

Conference

Events

The Snowy Mountains is a fantastic location for any conference or event imaginable! The Snowies offer of a diverse range of quality conference venues, accommodation styles, facilities and services all with the unique mountain backdrop to inspire! Specialising in car and motorcycle rallies, corporate functions, weddings or large festivals the Snowy Mountains offer a local touch to all event planning. The Snowies are only 2 hours from Canberra and 6 hours from Sydney or fly direct to Canberra and you can be in ...

Snowy Mountains Experiences a Healthy Summer

Now that summer has officially ended, it’s encouraging to note that many Snowy Mountains business owners and operators across the region have reported strong summer trading with some indicating they’ve had their best ever summer! Accommodation providers, food and beverage outlets as well as some retailers and visitor centre operators have enjoyed busy summer months. Deanne Atkinson from Aspire Alpine Gables in Jindabyne expressed delight at how good the 2013-2014 summer period fared for the business. “Our summer budget forecast was consistently ...

Berridale

Towns

A feature of Berridale, the crossroads of the Snowy Mountains, is the historic row of poplars running the length of its main street. It caters for skiers in winter and is a popular summer base, being close to Lake Jindabyne and Lake Eucumbene and the magnificent landscapes of the Monaro Region. Surrounding the township, and a cause of much interest, are the unusual granite boulders unique to this region. Crystallised as a large mass from magma many kilometres below the surface, the granite formed around ...

Perisher Valley

Towns

Perisher Valley, Guthega, Blue Cow and Smiggin Holes form the mega Perisher Ski Resort complex; the Southern Hemisphere's biggest. The Perisher Village is located in the Kosciuszko National Park a 35 minute easy drive from Jindabyne (when it snows the road is cleared to the main car-park). At a base of 1720m above sea level, most of Perisher's accommodation is on the snow. The resort's highest ski lifted point sits at 2034m. General services and facilities at Perisher in winter include: over-snow transport, accommodation, snowboard and ski hire, snowsports schools, ski patrols, snowmaking, lockers ...

Fishing

Activities

The Snowies offer a myriad of fishing environments ranging from alpine streams, world-renowned rivers, and lakes such as Eucumbene, Jindabyne and Khancoban Pondage. If the thought of tickling a trout has ever tickled your fancy, a trip to the Snowies is a must as it is New South Wales' premier trout fishing region. In spring and summer, fishing takes over as one of the mountain's most popular activities, with trout the most sought after fish. With expert guides willing to take you to top fishing spots and share ...

How to become a TSM member

About The Snowy Mountains

TSM’s vision is “The Snowy Mountains (SM) will be the most rewarding experience for all stakeholders" and has three key main goals: 1. MARKETING - Further enhance SM position as a year round destination and increase visitation. 2. SUSTAINABILITY - Recognition of TSM’s values by stakeholders 3. DEVELOPMENT - Strong tourism industry capacity Tourism is not just one of this region’s most important industries – it is also one of the most diverse. Hotels, resorts and tour operators are the most visible tourism businesses, but all ...

Skitube

Things To Do

The Skitube is the Snowy Mountain's alpine train service that operates during the winter season (early June to early October) travelling from Bullocks Flat through Ramshead Range, into Kosciuszko National Park and onto Perisher Valley and Blue Cow Mountain. It is an true engineering feat that's incredibly efficient and convenient; it only takes ten minutes to get to Perisher from below the designated snow-line at Bullocks Flat and a mere seven minutes further on to Blue Cow. Skitube allows you to avoid ...

Match the Hatch Fly Fishing

Based in Jindabyne within the Snowy Mountains, with numerous first class rivers including the magestic Thredbo River on its doorstep, David Mozina at MATCH the HATCH fly fishing is able to offer a trout fly fishing experience second to none. Half, full, overnight and The Evening Rise trips available.

Charlotte Pass

Snow

Charlotte Pass is Australia's only completely snowbound snow resort. With the village sitting at 1765m it offers an intimate experience that is accessed exclusively via over snow transport. Charlotte Pass Ski Resort is characterised by the grand old Kosciuszko Chalet Hotel built in 1938 that's opened year-round with amazing views of the snow covered slopes in the winter months. As Australia's highest resort, Charlotte Pass receives some of the most consistent snowfalls delivering the best quality natural snow. Whether you're a beginner testing out your snow ...

Ecocrackenback

Ecocrackenback is a year round nature-based resort set on 40 acres. It features 19 luxury self-contained cabins set amongst beautiful flora and fauna. Conveniently located on the Alpine Way, next door to Wildbrumby and close to Thredbo, the Perisher Ski Tube and Jindabyne. 4 1/2 star.

Steve Williamson’s Trout Fishing Adventures

Trout fishing tours on Lake Jindabyne or surrounding rivers and streams. Specialising in teaching beginners and guiding experts in flying fishing, boat trolling, lure spinning and live bait fishing.

K’Ozzie Fest

The Sixth Mt Kosciuszko Festival in the Snowies, during school holidays, on the outskirts of Jindabyne. A day of Strzelecki and Kosciuszko songs, celebrating Polish-Irish and Polish-Aboriginal connections, all day picnic at the premises of heritage listed St Thomas church. Sunday: traditional trip to Mt Kosciuszko witnessing Polish Aboriginal joy flights over the summit as part of ongoing dialogue with the Ngarigo people. Further info http://www.kosciuszkoheritage.com/moonbah/home.html

The Jindy Inn

The Jindy Inn offers 15 quality motel rooms centrally located by the lakefront in Jindabyne. Our spacious ensuite rooms feature terrace or balconies with superb lake views. In winter try our popular Stonegrill restaurant or relax by the fire. Facilities include a guest kitchen/laundry, drying room and ample off-street parking.

Aspire Alpine Gables & Brumby Bar

Centrally located in Jindabyne, Aspire Alpine Gables has 42 split-level suites that are well heated to stay cosy and warm and keep the cold outside. Aspire Alpine Gables houses Jindabyne's favourite and most popular bar & bistro, The Brumby Bar, and is also located within easy walking distance of all shops, restaurants and nightspots.

Kosciuszko Mountain Retreat

Located inside the Kosciuszko National Park we provide the real alpine experience with accommodation in self contained cabins, caravans and camping sites. A short drive from Jindabyne and the village of Perisher Valley this park has abundant wildlife, snowgums and many alpine bush walks.

Discovery Holiday Parks-Jindabyne Open Day

Come along and enjoy the festivities. Free sausage sizzle, free paddle boat and canoe riders and local business displays.

Frenzal Rhomb @ The Station 30 July

Get in quick to catch one of Australia's favourite bands Tix $20+BF from www.moshtix.com.au; 1300 GET TIX; From The Station  02 6451 4800; Perisher Tickets Jindabyne 02 6457 4498 or Guest Services Perisher 02 6459 4421  

Snowy River Festival

The festival weekend will display a programme of action-packed horse skills and associated heritage events throughout the three days.  These include tent pegging, bush poetry, Australian Light horse, High Country art, mountain brumbies, country music, Waler and Clydesdale horses, and culminating in the signature event as riders battle it out for the 2011 Snowy River Stockman's Challenge title. http://www.snowyriverfestival.com.au/ The Station Resort, Jindabyne For More info call: 0427 080 500 (bh) 02 6456 5033 (ah) Email: info@snowyriverfestival.com.au

Bimblegumbie

Bimblegumbie is a superb mountain location between Jindabyne and Thredbo with self contained cottages and  welcoming spacious guesthouse. Pet friendly to enjoy your holiday with your dog. Artistic, private, peaceful and inviting. Brilliant for celebrations and relaxation. Eclectic, fasinating, collections and decor. Beautiful extensive gardens with sculptures. Bushwalks up Bimblegumbie mountain. A magic place.

Thredbo Resort Centre

We have a range of accommodation styles to suit everyone, from one bedroom apartments and lodges to a fully-serviced hotel, located in the heart of Thredbo Village, Alpine Way and Jindabyne.

Mike Edmondson’s Gallery

Mike is a self taught photographer. He has been a professional for 20 years and was brought up in a family who showed him that “if you want to do something, go out & do it!” Mike has a gallery in Jindabyne where you can purchase quailty framed and unframed archival photographs. Mike offer's photography tours and private guiding.

K’Ozzie Fest – Australia’s Highest Cultural Festival

The 7th Kosciuszko Festival (K’Ozzie Fest 2013) is to be held commencing with a solemn mass at the summit of Mt Kosciuszko on Saturday 23 February. The two-day program includes Polish-Aboriginal Fraternity Flights over Mt Kosciuszko, Laser Show, exhibitions and Gala Concert at the Strzelecki Monument, Jindabyne featuring folkloric ensembles, church choirs, singers and dancers. Special guest will be concert pianist and composer, Roy Eaton.

Highland Lodge Farmstay

Get the Family back to Nature in the Snow & Bush of the High Country. A True High Country Farmstay set in the heart of the Snowies just over 10 mins from Jindabyne. The Farm a 160 acre working cattle & sheep property with many different farm animals & 2 types of accommodation provides every visitor with a comfortable high country experience. Parents relax in front of the fire and the children are kept busy with the farm animals, playground and ...

TSM Marketing Campaign Funding Milestone 1 Target Reached

Tourism Snowy Mountains is excited to announce that it has now reached the required matched funding from regional stakeholders to kick start the 2014-2015 spring, summer, autumn marketing campaign to increase tourism visitation. “It was touch and go there for a while, I wasn’t sure if we’d meet the deadline but in a recent meeting convened by TSM Chair Peter Cochran, representatives from the major horse riding operators in the region joined forces and pooled $5,000 in support of the campaign ...

Absolute Alpine

Absolute Alpine specialise in putting together the best alpine holiday deals. Whether you wish to visit Jindabyne, Thredbo, Perisher, Selwyn Snowfields or anywhere in between Absolute Alpine has the best accommodation specials available. With local experts that know the products and the best prices you will always maximise your saving.  

Snowy Mountains Trout Festival

Now in its 39th year, the annual Snowy Mountains Trout Festival promises to be a great week of fishing fun for all ages.  Whatever your style— bait, spin, fly or troll — here’s a chance to spend some quality fishing time in spectacular surroundings, and perhaps catch yourself some great prizes in the process. Take your catch-of-the-day to one of the nine weigh-in stations all around the Snowy Mountains (from Jindabyne to Adaminaby), and you might just net yourself some of ...

Horizons Resort

Horizons is a 4 star resort located on the foreshore of beautiful Lake Jindabyne and a short stroll from shops, galleries, cafes and lakeside bike track. The resort has apartments for 2 to 6 people with lake or mountain views. Horizons has a fully licenced A la Carte restaurant, bar and bistro.  The resort has a heated pool, tennis court and a activities desk.  

Aalen

Aalen is really all about social networking, face to face. 2 separate buildings sleep 12-13 and  8-9 people in spacious comfort, with no bunk beds. Aalen is Situated within easy level walking distance from Jindabyne town centre, a night out with friends involves no need for car, bus or taxi.