One-stop shopping in Jindabyne
The stunning Snowy Mountains town of Jindabyne is located on the edge of Lake Jindabyne. The area offers relaxing things to do, such as fishing for trout or meandering bushwalks around the water's edge. It's also an ideal base for skiers and snowboarders looking for a vibrant restaurant scene at night after skiing at Perisher, Thredbo and Charlotte Pass are all just a short drive away.
For visitors looking for high-energy activities during their stay at Jindabyne, sign up to water sports on Lake Jindabyne or the Snowy Wilderness Tours when you'll go horseriding through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Australia. Jindabyne's outdoor activities are open to all levels of experience.
The Gaden Trout Hatchery on the Thredbo River near Jindabyne is one of Australia's main centres for breeding and rearing cold-water sport fish.
Like neighbouring Adaminaby, Jindabyne was relocated in the late 1960s when the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme called for the flooding of the original town, which now lies under the waters of Lake Jindabyne.
Sunday 28 December to
Sunday 28 December 2014
Jindabyne's Man From Snowy River Rodeo
This annual event has been running
Friday 16 January to
Saturday 17 January
Kids Fishing Workshop
If you are between eight and 14 yea
Friday 6 February to
Sunday 19 April 2015
Trail Running Weekend
Optimise your trail running techniq
Saturday 14 February to
Sunday 15 February 2015
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Friday 20 February to
Sunday 22 February 2015
Peter Morse and Matt Tripet Fly Fishing Schools
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Sunbakers on Lake Jindabyne with kayakers in background. Image Don Fuchs
Snowy River Festival in Dalgety. Image Don Fuchs
Fishing, Lake Jindabyne. Image Don Fuchs
Family kayaking on Lake Crackenback along the Alpine Way in Thredbo. Image Andreas Smetana