Adaminaby and the villages of Old Adaminaby, Anglers Reach and Providence Portal on Lake Eucumbene are set amongst the rolling high plains in the Snowy Mountains NSW and at the doorstep to Kosciuszko National Park.

At an elevation of over 1000 metres Adaminaby is truly “a town for four seasons”, with mild Summers, Autumns with clear blue skies and the brilliance of multi-coloured foliage, Winters white with morning frost followed by bright days, and Spring brimming with daffodils and blossoms.   Adaminaby was originally located at the current site of “Old Adaminaby”.  It was moved in 1958 to the new site to make way for the Snowy Scheme and in particular Lake Eucumbene.

Current Adaminaby is a bright town and the home to the “Big Trout”constructed in 1973 by local artist and fisherman, Andy Lomnici.

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