Towns ·

 Adaminaby

The original Adamniaby township was relocated in the 1950s when the Eucumbene River was dammed to form Lake Eucumbene, the central storage of the snowy mountains Hydro-electric Scheme. Lake Eucumbene has the capacity to hold nine times the volume of water of Sydney Harbour.

More than 100 buildings were dismantled and re-erected at the new township site before the surrounding valleys were flooded. One of the original churches is located by the lake at Old Adaminaby, 9km south west of town.

Adaminaby’s proximity to Selwyn Snowfields makes it a popular base for skiers in winter. For the rest of the year it attracts people keen on horse riding, bushwalking, fishing and water sports.

The lakeside villages of Old Adaminaby and Anglers Reach afford magnificent lake vistas and relaxed accommodation.

Points of Interest

  • The Big Trout
  • Lake Eucumbene, Tantangara Dam, Murrumbidgee River
  • Blue Water Holes, Coolamine Homestead
  • Historic Kiandra
  • Yarrangobilly Caves
  • Cabramurra, Australia’s highest town ship
  • Tumut 2 Underground Power Station tours
  • Selwyn Snowfields

Upcoming Events in Adaminaby

    Available Accommodations in Adaminaby

    Reynella Homestead

    Reynella Homestead offers lodge style accommodation inclusive of appertisers, 3 course dinners and cooked breakfasts. We provide the perfect location for Selwyn Snowfields ski holidays. Located 9km from Adaminaby,  with Selwyn Snowfields ...

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    San Michele Resort

    San Michele is a unique year round resort nestled on 176 acres of rolling hills servicing skiers in winter and a perfect place to escape and explore the Snowy Mountains ...

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    Snowy Mountains Motel

    Our 45 ground floor rooms are set in 6 acres of park like surrounds, the perfect base for exploring the attractions and beauty of the Snowy Mountains. Catering for families, ...

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