Jindabyne, from the aboriginal word meaning “valley” is a popular holiday destination overlooking Lake Jindabyne and near the Snowy Mountain. It is 178.9km from Canberra via Monaro Highway/B23.

Picturesque Jindabyne is a great playground for skiers, snowboarders and adventurers. Local towns have a lot of things to offer with accommodation, restaurant and activities to suit visitors of all ages and budget.

During winter, Jindabyne and its surrounding areas within the Kosciuszko National Park – namely Thredbo, Perisher, Charlotte Pass and Selwyn Snowfields becomes busily packed with tourists on the lookout for some fun in the snow.

Summer still brings in visitors who wants to do abseiling, rock-climbing, mountain biking, horse riding and fly fishing tours and lessons.

Land Rover enthusiasts from Jindabyne and surrounding areas can easily drive to Roverworks to have their Land Rovers and other 4×4 vehicles for servicing or even a quick check up!

Jindabyne during winter. Photo Credit: www.theshedskihire.com.au

Jindabyne during winter.
Photo Credit: www.theshedskihire.com.au