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Guidebook for Jindabyne

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Guidebook for Jindabyne

Food Scene
Taste test the many home brewed schnapps and beers whilst eating a beautiful meal in a great location Open daily 10am - 6pm in winter (kitchen closes 5pm) 10am - 5pm in summer (kitchen closes 4pm) Closed on Christmas day Corner of Wollondibby Rd and the Alpine Way Jindabyne NSW 2627 Australia Lic # 240 12294, Bradley Spalding E info@wildbrumby.com T 02 6457 1447 F 02 6457 1407
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Wildbrumby Schnapps Distillery
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Taste test the many home brewed schnapps and beers whilst eating a beautiful meal in a great location Open daily 10am - 6pm in winter (kitchen closes 5pm) 10am - 5pm in summer (kitchen closes 4pm) Closed on Christmas day Corner of Wollondibby Rd and the Alpine Way Jindabyne NSW 2627 Australia Lic # 240 12294, Bradley Spalding E info@wildbrumby.com T 02 6457 1447 F 02 6457 1407
specialise in semi-dry sweet and fruity wines. The vineyard is the Coldest Climate Vineyard in Australia. Cellar door & Tastings Wed to Sun Restaurant Saturdays and Sundays Private bookings any day by appointment 1300 766 608
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Snowy Vineyard & Microbrewery
255 Werralong Rd
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specialise in semi-dry sweet and fruity wines. The vineyard is the Coldest Climate Vineyard in Australia. Cellar door & Tastings Wed to Sun Restaurant Saturdays and Sundays Private bookings any day by appointment 1300 766 608
Great place to buy your freshly baked goods and sit down with a great coffee and enjoy! Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre, Nuggets Crossing, 13 Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6456 2951 Hours: Open today · 5:45am–6pm
Sundance Bakehouse
Great place to buy your freshly baked goods and sit down with a great coffee and enjoy! Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre, Nuggets Crossing, 13 Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6456 2951 Hours: Open today · 5:45am–6pm
Great food and very trendy
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Birchwood Cafe Jindabyne
3 Gippsland St
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Great food and very trendy
Pleasant surprose
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Cafe Darya
3 Kosciuszko Rd
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Pleasant surprose
Also has decent pizza.
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Bacco Italian Restaurant
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Also has decent pizza.
Great bar and bistro with a view
Banjo Paterson's; Clancy's Brasserie, Cocktail Bar and Muster Bar
1 Kosciuszko Rd
Great bar and bistro with a view
Has nice food, a lovely bar area and entertainment.
McEvoys Restaurant
Has nice food, a lovely bar area and entertainment.
Drinks & Nightlife
Great place to barbeque your own steak and get a drink from the bar
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Brumby Bar & Grill
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Great place to barbeque your own steak and get a drink from the bar
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Banjo Paterson Inn
1 Kosciuszko Rd
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Lake Jindabyne Hotel Motel
21 McLure Circuit
Sightseeing
Great place to take a walk, fish,row a boat, water ski, sail or swim.
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Lake Jindabyne
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Great place to take a walk, fish,row a boat, water ski, sail or swim.
Interesting to see the dam that caused the flooding of the original Old Jindabyne Township. You can still dive and see old homesteads Lake Jindabyne Kalkite Homestead – Lake Jindabyne - New South Wales Kalkite homestead is an area at the end of Lake Jindabyne. Marked by a football sized orange marker buoy, you need to hire your own boat and head out yourself – there is no other way to each it. While there’s limited life on the site, there is a LOT of silt – this is a flooded homestead that is rapidly deteriorating. It’s odd to see the site – with exposed roof beams, and windows and doors that are collapsing out onto the area around the walls itself. For that reason, it’s not wise to swim around inside though there’s a lot to view from the outside. The visibility is terrible - at 2 metres or less, depending on whether the silt has been stirred up – and you’ve got to be careful not to get entangled in a tree that the buoy is attached to. It’s important too, to remember to be careful where and how you propel yourself – the area is very low visibility so taking your time and when entering the region, go feet first if at all possible. It’s not very deep, only 12 metres, so it shouldn’t take long to reach the bottom. Acclimatise your eyes before exploring, and keep your eye out for things like belongings from the house (including a child’s cot) in the region surrounding the homestead. Sunnybrae Homestead - Lake Jindabyne - New South Wales Like the other homesteads on Lake Jindabyne, this is a sunken building that was flooded some time ago. . It’s important to remember that these sites are very fragile – and that there are no commercial tours on the lake, at any time. As long as you keep that in mind, you should be ok. You can’t go inside the homestead itself – and bumping or knocking timbers and other items will lower visibility considerably – for that reason you should always enter these areas FEET FIRST. But there’s lots of interesting things to see down there – a chimney, foundations and a twin pipe stove. Not much of the homestead itself is still standing, but there is a completely intact shed with corrugated iron roof and walls, alongside some of the more interesting pieces. Be warned that there is a tree tangled into most of this site, as such, you need to be careful not to snag yourself or collide with it – the silt in the area is considerable, just like at the other homestead sites and can be stirred up at the drop of a hat. The max depth seems much more because of poor visibility at 14 metres; the visibility can drop to only a metre.
Jindabyne Dam
Interesting to see the dam that caused the flooding of the original Old Jindabyne Township. You can still dive and see old homesteads Lake Jindabyne Kalkite Homestead – Lake Jindabyne - New South Wales Kalkite homestead is an area at the end of Lake Jindabyne. Marked by a football sized orange marker buoy, you need to hire your own boat and head out yourself – there is no other way to each it. While there’s limited life on the site, there is a LOT of silt – this is a flooded homestead that is rapidly deteriorating. It’s odd to see the site – with exposed roof beams, and windows and doors that are collapsing out onto the area around the walls itself. For that reason, it’s not wise to swim around inside though there’s a lot to view from the outside. The visibility is terrible - at 2 metres or less, depending on whether the silt has been stirred up – and you’ve got to be careful not to get entangled in a tree that the buoy is attached to. It’s important too, to remember to be careful where and how you propel yourself – the area is very low visibility so taking your time and when entering the region, go feet first if at all possible. It’s not very deep, only 12 metres, so it shouldn’t take long to reach the bottom. Acclimatise your eyes before exploring, and keep your eye out for things like belongings from the house (including a child’s cot) in the region surrounding the homestead. Sunnybrae Homestead - Lake Jindabyne - New South Wales Like the other homesteads on Lake Jindabyne, this is a sunken building that was flooded some time ago. . It’s important to remember that these sites are very fragile – and that there are no commercial tours on the lake, at any time. As long as you keep that in mind, you should be ok. You can’t go inside the homestead itself – and bumping or knocking timbers and other items will lower visibility considerably – for that reason you should always enter these areas FEET FIRST. But there’s lots of interesting things to see down there – a chimney, foundations and a twin pipe stove. Not much of the homestead itself is still standing, but there is a completely intact shed with corrugated iron roof and walls, alongside some of the more interesting pieces. Be warned that there is a tree tangled into most of this site, as such, you need to be careful not to snag yourself or collide with it – the silt in the area is considerable, just like at the other homestead sites and can be stirred up at the drop of a hat. The max depth seems much more because of poor visibility at 14 metres; the visibility can drop to only a metre.
Must take the chairlift up to the top. Breathtaking views and often has snow in summertime. Great place to have a coffee.
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Mount Kosciuszko
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Must take the chairlift up to the top. Breathtaking views and often has snow in summertime. Great place to have a coffee.
Fun trip up and certainly beats walking. Great views. The Kosciuszko Express Chairlift is 1.8km long and rises 560 vertical metres.
Kosciuszko Express chairlift, Valley Terminal
Fun trip up and certainly beats walking. Great views. The Kosciuszko Express Chairlift is 1.8km long and rises 560 vertical metres.
Parks & Nature
Can hike, see animal life, fish, ride bikes and jsut sip on a coffee and enjoy the views.
Snowy Mountains
Can hike, see animal life, fish, ride bikes and jsut sip on a coffee and enjoy the views.
Snowy Region Visitor Centre, in Jindabyne, is a great place for visitors to get information, brochures, maps and park entry passes before heading into Kosciuszko National Park. If you're an adrenalin junkie there is rock climbing and abseiling at Blue Waterholes, Clarkes Gorge, the Blowering clifflines and the cirque wall at Blue Lake - where you can even go ice climbing. Not to mention horse riding, boating, fishing, canoeing, swimming, mountain biking, camping, bushwalking, picnicking and four-wheel driving. Plan your trip well and plan to return - you will never run out of things to do in Kosciuszko. Climb Mount Kosciuszko on a clear blue mountain day, enjoy the spectacular western fall of the Main Range from Scammell's Lookout, gaze across the Bogong Peaks Wilderness Area, marvel at the waterfalls, take in the spectacular 360 degree views from Big Talbingo Mountain and don't miss the beautiful limestone cliffs at Blue Waterholes. Kosciuszko is heaven for photographers.
Snowy Region Visitor Centre
49 Kosciuszko Rd
Snowy Region Visitor Centre, in Jindabyne, is a great place for visitors to get information, brochures, maps and park entry passes before heading into Kosciuszko National Park. If you're an adrenalin junkie there is rock climbing and abseiling at Blue Waterholes, Clarkes Gorge, the Blowering clifflines and the cirque wall at Blue Lake - where you can even go ice climbing. Not to mention horse riding, boating, fishing, canoeing, swimming, mountain biking, camping, bushwalking, picnicking and four-wheel driving. Plan your trip well and plan to return - you will never run out of things to do in Kosciuszko. Climb Mount Kosciuszko on a clear blue mountain day, enjoy the spectacular western fall of the Main Range from Scammell's Lookout, gaze across the Bogong Peaks Wilderness Area, marvel at the waterfalls, take in the spectacular 360 degree views from Big Talbingo Mountain and don't miss the beautiful limestone cliffs at Blue Waterholes. Kosciuszko is heaven for photographers.
Arts & Culture
Snowy Region Visitor Centre
49 Kosciuszko Rd
Entertainment & Activities
Located within Snowy Region Visitor Centre in Jindabyne, wheelchair-accessible Snowy Mountains Cinema offers latest release movies and a cafe, near Kosciuszko National Park. Walking distance. Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre Address: Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre, Snowy Region Visitors Centre, Kosciuszko Road,, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6457 1777
Snowy Mountains Theaters
49 Kosciuszko Rd
Located within Snowy Region Visitor Centre in Jindabyne, wheelchair-accessible Snowy Mountains Cinema offers latest release movies and a cafe, near Kosciuszko National Park. Walking distance. Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre Address: Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre, Snowy Region Visitors Centre, Kosciuszko Road,, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6457 1777
( 02) 6459 4119 Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face A huge 700m luge style track, the bobsled twists and turns its way down the mountain whilst you control the speed with a brake on your cart. It’s great fun for all the family. To ride the bobsled on your own you must be 9 years of age or older and over 130cms tall. For the kids under 9 you double up with a responsible adult. Opening daily weather permitting Times | 10am - 4.00pm
Thredbo Bobsled
9 Friday Dr
( 02) 6459 4119 Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face A huge 700m luge style track, the bobsled twists and turns its way down the mountain whilst you control the speed with a brake on your cart. It’s great fun for all the family. To ride the bobsled on your own you must be 9 years of age or older and over 130cms tall. For the kids under 9 you double up with a responsible adult. Opening daily weather permitting Times | 10am - 4.00pm
Play a round of golf on Australia's highest course 9 hole course is bordered by the Thredbo river and has unique and challenging features such as the snake pit and Wally Wombat's House. Winding along the Thredbo River and around the base of mountain this course is a pleasure to play. It is dotted with wildflowers, lined with eucalyptus and it has a little bit of everything providing even seasoned golfers with unique challenges. The course is home to - 1 x Par 5 hole 4 x Par 4 holes 4 x Par 3 holes Each hole offering a different spectacular views of Thredbo Valley and its surrounding Alpine peaks. Bookings Tel: (02) 6459 4119 or drop into Thredbo Sports on your arrival.
Thredbo Golf Course
4 Crackenback Dr
Play a round of golf on Australia's highest course 9 hole course is bordered by the Thredbo river and has unique and challenging features such as the snake pit and Wally Wombat's House. Winding along the Thredbo River and around the base of mountain this course is a pleasure to play. It is dotted with wildflowers, lined with eucalyptus and it has a little bit of everything providing even seasoned golfers with unique challenges. The course is home to - 1 x Par 5 hole 4 x Par 4 holes 4 x Par 3 holes Each hole offering a different spectacular views of Thredbo Valley and its surrounding Alpine peaks. Bookings Tel: (02) 6459 4119 or drop into Thredbo Sports on your arrival.
Has a golf course, team building activities and more 207 Barry Way, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6450 0200 Hours: Open today · 9am–5pm
Jindabyne Sport & Recreation Centre
207 Barry Way
Has a golf course, team building activities and more 207 Barry Way, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6450 0200 Hours: Open today · 9am–5pm
If you enjoy your lawn bowls. Has great food . Holds bingo and other entertainment. Also has a squash courts attached. 2 Bay St, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6456 2133
Jindabyne Bowling & Sports Club
2 Bay St
If you enjoy your lawn bowls. Has great food . Holds bingo and other entertainment. Also has a squash courts attached. 2 Bay St, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: (02) 6456 2133
Chartered boat hire and fishing adventures or just learn to trout fish Ph. 02 6456 1551
Steve Williamson's Trout Fishing
Chartered boat hire and fishing adventures or just learn to trout fish Ph. 02 6456 1551
Come and see how premier sport fish are bred and raised at Gaden Trout Hatchery! (02) 6451 3400
Gaden Trout Hatchery
224 Gaden Rd
Come and see how premier sport fish are bred and raised at Gaden Trout Hatchery! (02) 6451 3400
The many activities and tours on offer include: Mountain Biking, Wakeboarding, Waterskiing, Knee Boarding, Lunarcy Full Moon Mt Kosciuszko Bike Tour, Tube riding, Sail boarding, Scenic Helicopter flights, Horse Riding, White Water Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking, Abseiling, Rock Climbing, Guided walks, Fishing, Sailing, 4WD Tours, Segway tours, River Sledding, Snowshoeing, Snow Biking and Stand Up Paddle boarding (SUP) with helpful friendly advice and general information. 6 Thredbo Terrace Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: 1300 736 581
Jindabyne Adventure Booking
6 Thredbo Terrace
The many activities and tours on offer include: Mountain Biking, Wakeboarding, Waterskiing, Knee Boarding, Lunarcy Full Moon Mt Kosciuszko Bike Tour, Tube riding, Sail boarding, Scenic Helicopter flights, Horse Riding, White Water Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking, Abseiling, Rock Climbing, Guided walks, Fishing, Sailing, 4WD Tours, Segway tours, River Sledding, Snowshoeing, Snow Biking and Stand Up Paddle boarding (SUP) with helpful friendly advice and general information. 6 Thredbo Terrace Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone: 1300 736 581
Drive yourself boat, paddle boat and canoe hire. Boat out to one of the islands for a picnic or fish or just enjoy the scenery Ph. 02 6456 2099
Discovery Parks - Jindabyne
6532 Kosciuszko Rd
Drive yourself boat, paddle boat and canoe hire. Boat out to one of the islands for a picnic or fish or just enjoy the scenery Ph. 02 6456 2099
At Bungarra, we have approximately 20km of mountain bike trails professionally built by Rolling Ground Jindabyne that cater to all levels, as well as four skills areas that will help you progress to the next level. Weekdays – Trails are open from 4 - 8pm each afternoon Weekends – Trails are open 8am -8pm Saturday and Sunday School holidays - the trails are open 8am -8pm each day Trails should not be ridden after dark Trails are closed on occasional weekends when an event is being held at Bungarra. The trails are closed for winter each year from the 1st of July until early October. PH: (02) 64562688
Bungarra Alpine Centre
At Bungarra, we have approximately 20km of mountain bike trails professionally built by Rolling Ground Jindabyne that cater to all levels, as well as four skills areas that will help you progress to the next level. Weekdays – Trails are open from 4 - 8pm each afternoon Weekends – Trails are open 8am -8pm Saturday and Sunday School holidays - the trails are open 8am -8pm each day Trails should not be ridden after dark Trails are closed on occasional weekends when an event is being held at Bungarra. The trails are closed for winter each year from the 1st of July until early October. PH: (02) 64562688
You can walk, bike ride, do archery, fish, have a day spa, play golf and putt putt
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Novotel Lake Crackenback Resort and Spa
1650 Alpine Way
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You can walk, bike ride, do archery, fish, have a day spa, play golf and putt putt
Essentials
For all your grocery and food needs.
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Woolworths Jindabyne
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For all your grocery and food needs.
Petrol
Caltex Star Mart
6 Kosciuszko Rd
Petrol
Summer Times Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm Saturday 9am - 1pm Sunday Closed October long weekend Open Saurday, Sunday and Monday 9am - 1pm Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre Snowy River Ave, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone:(02) 6456 2977
Jindabyne Pharmacy
Summer Times Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm Saturday 9am - 1pm Sunday Closed October long weekend Open Saurday, Sunday and Monday 9am - 1pm Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre Snowy River Ave, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Phone:(02) 6456 2977
5 Thredbo Terrace (02) 6457 1221 Open until 6:00 pm
Jindabyne Medical Practice
5 Thredbo Terrace
5 Thredbo Terrace (02) 6457 1221 Open until 6:00 pm
This is where your key is to be picked up from and dropped off to.
Jindabyne Real Estate
This is where your key is to be picked up from and dropped off to.