The Jindabyne Art Gallery is a home to local artists, and a place to show the diverse range of paintings, photography and sculptures. Interested in a workshop? Check out their FB page as workshops are running regularly. Open 10am to 5pm, closed Tuesdays.
Snowy Mountains Helicopters is based in Jindabyne and works in and around the Kosciuszko National Park 365 days a year. Snowy Mountains Helicopters provides helicopters and manpower for projects as diverse as the Corroboree frog recovery program, aerial Quoll tracking, weed management, snow sampling, and fire control, to name just a few. Because the company […]
The Snowy Mountains Travellers Rest is a collaboration of buildings in Pine Valley NSW. Built in 1861 by Hugh Stewart, the beautiful exterior still shows off the original brickwork supplied by James Hain Cooma Brick Yard. The Inn was built in the gold rush era and perfectly positioned to attract the gold miners travelling from […]
The Wild Brumby story incorporates skiing and schnapps. Schnapps are native to the European Alps as it is too cold for regular wine production. Wild Brumby founder Brad Spalding grew up in the fruit belts of NSW and Victoria. He started as a ski instructor at the age of 15 in the Victorian Ski Fields. […]
Whilst Clare Valley is home you can visit Shut The Gate Winery in Berridale in the Snowy Mountains. A tranquil little spot between Cooma and Jindabyne you can enjoy a beautiful platter for lunch. There are plenty of different wines to choose from and they offer online and cellar door sales.
The NSW Government’s Gaden Trout Hatchery is located on the Thredbo River and 10 km north-west of Jindabyne. The centre breeds and rears cold water sport fish and it is one of Australia’s main centres for breeding. Four breeds of fish produced here, rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout, and Atlantic salmon. Fish are used […]