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Yarramba Horse Riding


Where the Monaro plains meet the Snowy Mountains, Yarramba is an establishment renowned for its excellent horsemanship and well trained horses.

Yarramba, located by the Murrumbidgee River between Cooma and Adaminaby, is easily accessible for visitors to the Mountains and Kosciuszko areas all year round.

Yarramba Horse Riding specialises in personal trail rides for beginners and experienced riders, allowing just you and your family or friends to ride out and experience bush riding in one of Australia's finest landscapes on Yarramba's well-trained, responsive horses.

Every trail ride is planned to suit your individual requirements, from time, duration, route and horses so you can enjoy the perfect horseback adventure.




1760 Dry Plains Road
Cooma, NSW, 2630

Located 15.4K from Middlingbank

Ray Killen Gallery


Situated midway between Cooma and Jindabyne in the beautiful hamlet of Berridale, the Ray Killen Gallery offers you a wide selection of quality landscape photographs from around Australia.

Each premium enlargement is taken from the original transparency. All enlargements are framed using archival materials. The wood used in the frames is taken from plantation forests or recycled timber.

Call in and see the gallery when you are next in the Snowy Mountains. Take the opportunity to relax in the comfort of the gallery where Ray will be happy to assist with any enquiries.




72 Jindabyne Road
Berridale, NSW, 2628

Located 16.7K from Middlingbank

Lake Eucumbene


Lake Eucumbene in the beautiful Snowy Mountains is located around 40 kilometres from Cooma at its closest point. It sits at an elevation of 1200 metres above sea level making it a pristine alpine lake.

The closest town to Lake Eucumbene is Adaminaby. The dam construction was finished in 1958 creating the largest of the Snowy Scheme lakes. It holds around nine times the volume of water that Sydney Harbour does. This lake is one of the best fisheries in the Australian Highlands holding rainbow trout, brown trout and atlantic salmon, the lake is regularly re-stocked with trout by NSW Fisheries which makes it a mecca for trout fishermen.

In the summer months there is a wide spectrum of sporting, freshwater fishing and tourist activities that are available all year round in the Snowy Mountains region of the Mount Kosciusko National Park.




Buckendarra Road
Adaminaby, NSW, 2629

Located 17.5K from Middlingbank

Cooma Golf Club


Cooma Golf Club has an 18 hole golf course with bent grass greens and top class fairways, teeming with abundant birdlife and wildlife. It is by far the finest golf course in the Snowy Mountains. Enjoy magnificent views across the rolling plains of the Monaro and out towards the mountains from the clubhouse and the course itself.

Golf carts and equipment are available for hire.

Cooma Golf Club is situated just three kilometres off the Snowy Mountains Highway, on the way to the beautiful fishing lakes, and of course the ski fields.




Golf Course Road
Cooma, NSW, 2630

Located 22.9K from Middlingbank

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 23.2K from Middlingbank

Selwyn Snowfields


Selwyn Snow Resort is a family owned and operated ski resort located in the beautiful Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. Selwyn takes pride in teaching Australians how to ski and enjoy the snow. It's gently progressing slopes and professional snow sports school provide the perfect first time experience for everyone.

Being a family operated resort, Selwyn remains as dedicated as ever to Aussie families by making everything an easy process. From booking your holiday to experiencing it, Selwyn ensures affordability and friendliness throughout all aspects. Tobogganing and Snow Tubing are just a couple of the other activities to do around Selwyn and provides an option for those who are not interested in skiing or snowboarding.

Selwyn has 10 lifts, an expansive snowmaking system covering 80 per cent of the skiable terrain and a Mini Terrain Park for everyone to learn how to get their jib on.




Selwyn Snow Resort,
Kings Cross Rd
Cabramurra, NSW, 2629

Located 24.2K from Middlingbank

Mount Gladstone


The Mount Gladstone Lookout and Nature Reserve sits in 125 hectares of native bushland less than four kilometres from the edge of Cooma township, offering magnificent views across the Monaro Plains and to the peaks of the Snowy Mountains from the two easily accessible viewing platforms.

There are toilets and barbecue facilities available along with car and coach parking.




Mount Gladstone,
Snowy Mountains Highway
Cooma, NSW, 2630

Located 24.4K from Middlingbank

Snowy Scheme Museum


Sixty two years after Governor-General Sir William McKell launched the Snowy Mountains Scheme in 1949, Governor-General Quentin Bryce travelled to Adaminaby on 15 October, 2011 to open the museum that showcases this monumental chapter in Australia's history.

The Snowy Scheme Museum is a multi-dimensional insight into the impact on the nation of the construction of the Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Scheme, highlighting achievements of the engineers, the workers, the machinery and the role the project played in the development of the modern Australian nation. The Snowy Scheme is widely considered to be the greatest engineering project ever undertaken in Australia.




Snowy Mountains Highway
Adaminaby, NSW, 2629

Located 24.5K from Middlingbank

Big Trout


Adaminaby, located 51 kilometres northwest of Cooma, in the Snowy Mountains, is a popular trout fishing spot, so it's an ideal place for the 10 metre high Big Trout to live. This huge fibreglass structure was built by Adaminaby artist, Andy Lomnici, completed in 1973 and is an icon for the beautiful mountain town of Adaminaby.

The iconic sculpture has been completely refurbished by The Friends of the Fish Committee and after this full restoration, she can once again proudly take her place alongside the 144 other "Big Things" scattered throughout Australia.




Snowy Mountains Highway
Adaminaby, NSW, 2630

Located 24.6K from Middlingbank

Middlingbank: Events

Snowy Mountains Trout Festival


This year will be the 43rd year of the Yamaha / Freshwater Fishing Snowy Mountains Trout Festival.

All you have to do is enter this years event and attend the prize presentation to be in the draw for the Fantastic new Quintrex 390 Explorer boat, with 15hp Yamaha motor and trailer prize valued at over AUD10,000.00.

This years competition is made possible with the continued support from Yamaha Motor Aust. The organisers thank Yamaha, Quintrex and Ken's Marine for their generosity and hope that you will be able to support them in the future.

The committee hopes that you will enjoy the fishing and sites which the beautiful Snowy Mountains area has to offer, and look forward to seeing you all again.


Event Dates
2017
      4th Nov
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Various Locations in the Snowy Mountains region
Adaminaby, NSW, 2629

Located 24.2K from Middlingbank

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