Come visit Adaminaby on your next holiday and enjoy the best of the great outdoors. It's a quiet little town where the Snowy Mountains Scheme began in 1949 and is just a short drive from Canberra
. With Kosciuszko National Park nearby, Adaminaby is a great place for winter sports, horseback riding and excellent freshwater fishing – with plenty of fresh mountain air. So find a great Adaminaby hotel and come enjoy the quiet life today!
The pristine waters attract trout fisherman from all over Australia. Bring your rod and head to Lake Eucumbene to test your fishing skills in the clear and calm waters. Don't forget a local fishing license, which you'll need for all the fish you'll catch! And be sure to stop by the iconic trout statue in the city centre for get some great photos, whether you catch your own or not! For a bit of history, check out the Snowy Scheme Museum for a fantastic insight into the region’s rich history and the construction of the local hydroelectric dam.
To experience the great outdoors there's no better place than Kosciuszko National Park. Choose from a huge range of walking tracks for excellent hiking, or enjoy all the scenery from the back of a horse. If you're not an experienced rider you can join a horseback safari where a trainer takes you down a more sedate path into the wilderness. The instructors will look after everything, and also provide an interesting local history lesson along the way.
The high altitude of Adaminaby delivers four perfect seasons throughout the year, and can almost guarantee snowfall during winter. There's no better spot to use as a base for your next winter holiday, especially if you want to experience the northern Snowy Mountain's Selwyn Snowfields.
Adaminaby is a fantastic destination for your next holiday, whether you are looking for an escape to the great outdoors, a bit of fishing or a winter wonderland vacation. At just 450km from Sydney, you won't find a better place for your next holiday. So grab a great deal on our Adaminaby accommodation and come visit for yourself!
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