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Jindabyne East

Jindabyne East is a small community on Lake Jindabyne. It offers accommodation, ski hire, shops and an art gallery. The town is growing with land available for housing projects. Nearby Jindabyne is the closest town to the Snowy Mountains ski resorts, and is one of the State's best trout fishing locations.

Jindabyne East: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Kunama Snowy Mountains Centre for the Arts

Formerly the Kunama Gallery where, from 1972, Alan Grosvenor continuously displayed his work at his studio. Alan passed away in October 2012, leaving behind a lifetime of beautiful landscapes that depict aspects of the Snowy Mountains Region.

Renamed Kunama Snowy Mountains Centre for the Arts, the Gallery and surroundings will now showcase the work of artists, sculptors and authors. There is also be a permanent exhibition of Alan Grosvenor's work.

Kosciusko Road and,
Kunama Drive
Jindabyne East, NSW, 2627

Located 4.7K from Jindabyne East

Snowy Mountains Cookies

Jindabyne's very own Snowy Mountains Cookies company now offers their 'imperfect' but delicious cookies for sale direct from the bakehouse!

Baked with only quality ingredients like couverture chocolate, free range eggs, and real butter, the cookies are made without artificial colours, flavours, or additives and with no preservatives.

Peek through the glass kitchen door and see how it all happens in the Snowy Mountains Cookie bakehouse! Children can also have their photo taken looking through the fun mural outside the factory.

Snowy Mountains Cookies was the inaugural winner of the RSPCA Good Egg Award.

7a Lee Avenue,
Leesville Estate
Jindabyne, NSW, 2627

Located 6.1K from Jindabyne East

Thredbo River

If the lakes offer tranquillity, the often thunderous torrents of the mighty Thredbo River in a spring defrost are a completely different prospect. A place where the fish jump and hide and race for rapids and waterfalls. This is fly fishing of another dimension. Previously known as the Crackenback it runs from Thredbo to Lake Jindabyne and is without question one of the most beautiful trout perfect rivers ever. Giant fish and trout over 10lb are a likely yield and its appeal is its accessibility. As one of the regions two only declared "trout spawning streams" the rule is one fish per angler per day (though it is possible to continue to "catch and release" and a minimum size of 50cm). And no bait fishing.

Friday Drive
Thredbo, NSW, 2625

Located 7.1K from Jindabyne East

Gaden Trout Hatchery

Come and see how premier sport fish are bred and raised at Gaden Trout Hatchery!

The Gaden Trout Hatchery, located on the Thredbo River near Jindabyne, is one of Australia's main centres for breeding and rearing cold water sport fish.

Four species of fish are produced at Gaden: Atlantic salmon, brook trout, brown trout, and rainbow trout. Visitors can view feeding of the big fish that come to the surface in some of the brood stock ponds, watch a 10 minute video that outlines the purpose and operations of the hatchery, and go for a walk around the grounds with one of the experienced hatchery staff. Guided tours of the hatchery are conducted 10am and 2pm daily.

Gaden Trout Hatchery has over one hectare of parkland on the banks of the Thredbo River. Coin operated barbecues and picnic shelters are available. Fishing is not permitted at the hatchery.

224 Gaden Road
Jindabyne, NSW, 2627

Located 7.5K from Jindabyne East

Australian Alps Walking Track

The Australian Alps form the largest area of mountainous alpine country in the nation, extending from Canberra and the nearby Brindabella range, through the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales and along the Great Dividing Range to north east of Melbourne. More than ten peaks exceed 2100 metres, including Mt Kosciuszko, Australia's highest mountain at 2228 metres.

The 655 kilometre Australian Alps Walking Track generally follows ridges and high plains through some of the highest country in Australia and is mostly remote from any settlement. You can walk the track in ten weeks, but many people choose to walk shorter sections such as Baw Baw plateau, Bogong high plains, and the Jagungal wilderness.

Please note: before exploring the Alps, walkers must obtain detailed maps of their chosen walking area including a copy of "Alpine Walking Track" by J. Siseman.

Walahalla To Canberra (including Kosciusko National Park)
Sawpit Creek, NSW, 2630

Located 9.8K from Jindabyne East

Snowy Wilderness

Snowy Wilderness is a true Australian outback adventure. Bordering the Kosciuszko National Park and Snowy River, Snowy Wilderness is a sanctuary for Australia's wild brumby and offers 7,500 spectacular acres bursting with experiences for you to discover.

Run free with the brumbies, ride horseback through the rugged mountain terrain, explore the wilderness by four wheel drive, camp under the stars or sit back and relax in luxury accommodation - the resort offers something for everyone.

Dawn and dusk are spectacular and this is when nature comes into its own - you're welcome to stay the night. Curl up in the lap of luxury in one of the high country lodges or indulge yourself at the luxuriously appointed homestead.

2911 The Barry Way,
Ingebyra via
Jindabyne, NSW, 2627

Located 11.4K from Jindabyne East

Jindabyne East: Events

Snowy Ride

The Snowy Ride is a motorcycle event run annually with the aim of involving motorcycle riders from all over Australia to raise money for Childhood Cancer Research. It's an opportunity for riders to enjoy a weekend away with friends and family and to ride some of Australia's best and most picturesque roads.

Snowy Ride checkpoints are located at Adaminaby, Dalgety, Berridale, Jindabyne, Cooma, Bombala, Charlotte Pass and riders are to be at the final checkpoint in Thredbo by 4pm on the Saturday.

The first Snowy Ride was launched in 2001 as a request from Steven Walter, a young man who lost his fight against cancer. Steve loved motorcycle riding and asked that a charity motorcycle ride be organised to raise funds for cancer research and cancer care.

Event Dates
      4th Nov
      5th Nov
      6th Nov

Jindabyne, NSW, 2627

Located 3.5K from Jindabyne East

Jindabyne's Man From Snowy River Rodeo

The annual Man From Snowy River Rodeo event has been running since 1943, originally in Old Jindabyne and now at the 'John Connors' Park Road, Jindabyne Sports Ground. This year's event sees a change of date and a return of the horse events.

The action includes Open and Novice Bulls, Saddle Bronc, Bareback Horses, Poly Buckjump, Ladies Barrel Race, and Junior Steer and Barrel Races.

It's always a great day out for the family with side shows, food stalls, barbecue and bar facilities available.

Gates open from 11am with the action to commence at 12noon.

No alcohol will be allowed through the gates and no dogs permitted.

Event Dates
      26th Dec

Park Road,
Jindabyne Sports Ground
Jindabyne, NSW, 2627

Located 4.0K from Jindabyne East

Jindabyne East: Travel Tips

Snowy Region Visitor Centre

Snowy Region Visitor Centre is conveniently located between Jindabyne's two shopping centres on Kosciuszko Road.

Information is available on Kosciuszko National Park and the Snowy Mountains Region. The centre's facilities are designed with the coach operator and customer in mind. Facilities and attractions include coach parking (six bays) and a heated terminal building, toilets including an accessible toilet and baby change table, a retail outlet which stocks a large variety of quality souvenirs and gifts and a caf?.

There are interpretive displays and brochures and friendly helpful staff are available to assist you.

Kosciuszko Road
Jindabyne, NSW, 2627

Located 4.0K from Jindabyne East

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