Nestled on the banks of the Adelong Creek, this is the heritage gateway to the Snowy Mountains. Its veranda-lined main street, classified by the National Trust (NSW), has buildings dating back to the gold rush era of the 1800’s.
The nearby heritage listed industrial site of Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins boasts a remarkable collection of stone ruins, the remains of the Reefer quartz crushing mill, and an impressive lookout and picnic area. The Adelong Falls Walk is a beautiful and peaceful walk along Adelong Creek, linking the town to the falls. It provides an easy walk for locals and visitors alike, and is suitable for strollers.
With origins steeped in pioneer history and gold, and the preserved ruins of the gold mill open to exploration, the town makes for a wonderful base to explore the region’s nearby wineries, lakes, rivers, mountains, caves, forests and snowfields.
A CMCA RV Friendly town, Adelong’s range of accommodation options includes B and Bs, pub-style rooms, the Adelong Golden Gully Caravan Park (powered and unpowered sites, and self-contained cabins), pet-friendly farmstay accommodation, and free RV parking at Adelong Showgrounds.
Services in Adelong include a service station, supermarket, doctors, chemist, takeaway, café, mechanic, vet, library, hairdresser, pub and club. Adelong pool is open in the warmer months, and free WiFi is available in the main street. Playgrounds, basketball courts, a skate park, and accessible public toilets are available in Adelong’s parks.