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Lake Jindabyne Hotel - Jindabyne Hotels

Lake Jindabyne Hotel

21 McLure Circuit, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"Convenient three star charm with great views"
Friendly motel with very clean and spacious family room. Kids loved the bunk-bed. Bar, bottle shop, bistro with a reasonable menu, 1970' breakfast buffet was challenging, but ambiance was again friendly and accommodating.
Traveller from Sydney
Jindy Inn - Jindabyne Hotels

Jindy Inn

18 Clyde Street, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"Great Accommodation close to Town Centre"
Stayed 4 nights and found The Jindy Inn covered all the bases. Close to town, comfortable beds, great staff - informative and very friendly.
Traveller from Sydney
Alpine Resort Motel - Jindabyne Hotels

Alpine Resort Motel

1 Nettin Circuit, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"Relaxed stay while climbing the mountain"
Really enjoyed my stay. New owners were really friendly and provided a good atmosphere from the start. Will definitely come back with my kids. Good location to town and the lake.
Traveller from Campbelltown
Discovery Parks – Jindabyne - Jindabyne Hotels

Discovery Parks – Jindabyne

6532 Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
Comfortable room and very clean. The staff were very friendly and the location is good. Quiet and close to Thredbo turnoff.
A Traveller
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Rydges Horizons Snowy Mountains

10 Kosciusko Road, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"Decent hotel in good location"
Within walking distance and offers pleasant views of the lake. Breakfast offering and restaurant fairly good.
A Traveller
Welcome to the Quality Resort Horizons on beautiful Lake Jindabyne, in the heart of the Snowy Mountains. Jindabyne is the …More
Banjo Paterson Inn - Jindabyne Hotels

Banjo Paterson Inn

1 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"Close to everything"
Great location and facilities. Family of five stayed. Great price for family and excellent facilities
Traveller from canberra
Ski Inn Motel - Jindabyne Hotels

Ski Inn Motel

16 Nettin Circuit, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"I wouldn't recommend staying during the off season"
We stayed at the Ski Inn on a Friday during early April and were supposedly the only guests. Nevertheless, the common area was closed off at 10pm and the famous terrace did not re-open until we left at 9:30am the next morning, so we could not enjoy the view. It is understandable that breakfast was not available for just the two of us, but access to the advertised facilities would have been appreciated.
Traveller from Sydney
Alpha Centauri Townhouses - Jindabyne Hotels

Alpha Centauri Townhouses

39 Gippsland Street, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"Home base for Kosciuszko climb"
Climbing Kossie, sought a home base for the kids. Pleasantly surprised by the friendliness and warmth of the hotel Manager. Personal and accommodating. Unit was large with good facilities - bathroom, kitchen, dining and lounge. Will stay there again for sure. Very good.
Traveller from Adelaide
Carinya Alpine Village - Jindabyne Hotels
AU$210

Carinya Alpine Village

82 Carinya Lane, Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"Wonderful cabin for group trip"
We stayed at Carinya in a group of 11, ahead of a day climbing Mt Kosciouszko. The cabin we stayed in was simple but warm and cosy, with plenty of beds and a good kitchen. The living room was a lovely place to spend the evening. Wandering down to the river and patting the horses were highlights of our short stay. It felt like we were the only people there, and it was really quiet and peaceful.
Traveller from Canberra, ACT
Aspire Alpine Gables & Brumby Bar - Jindabyne Hotels

Aspire Alpine Gables & Brumby Bar

2 Clyde St., Jindabyne - Map
 
 
"5 star comfort and reception!"
Was greeted with a smile. Room was great. Facilities great. Advice on local activities awesome. Definitely coming back and top on my recommendation list!!!! Thanks Roberta and team. - Peter
Traveller from Sydney

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    Why book with Wotif ?

    Accommodation In Jindabyne

    Wotif you finally took the snow trip you’ve been hanging out for? The gateway to the Snowy Mountains, Jindabyne, is a modern ski destination on the edge of a blissful blue lake. It’s only a stone’s throw away from the snowfields of Perisher and Thredbo, where the pure white of the slopes meets rugged mountain scenery. In summer, Jindabyne is great for fishing, bushwalking, rock climbing and checking out local towns. Like the sound of it? Then book your Jindabyne hotel with us.

    History

    The Snowy Mountains is Australia’s highest mountain range and the home of legendary Mt Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest peak. The Polish explorer Edmund Strzelecki was the first to climb the mountain, which he named after a Polish patriot. In the following years, stockmen used the area for grazing, which inspired Banjo Patterson’s famous poem ‘The Man from Snowy River’.

    In the 1960s, the Jindabyne section of the Snowy River was dammed as part of the Snowy Mountains hydroelectric scheme, and the town was relocated to its current location. If you’ve seen the Aussie movies Somersault or (of course) Jindabyne, you’ve already had a glimpse of the wonderful scenery the town boasts.

    Things to do

    Hire a pair of skis or unleash your awesome snowboard moves at Kosciuszko National Park, 673,524 hectares of natural beauty that’s home to both the Perisher and Thredbo snowfields. Catch the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift to the top of the mountain and save yourself the trouble that Strzelecki went to. It only takes 15 minutes, which is more than worth it for those valley views!

    In summer, Jindabyne gets warmer but stays a cool place to visit. The Kosciuszko National Park becomes the perfect spot for a sunny bushwalk, or mountain bike ride through forests of lyrebirds and waterfalls.

    You can also fish in Lake Jindabyne, abseil or go rock climbing at the Ramshead Range, or pay a visit to a small Snowy River town like Berridale, home of the Snowy River Winery.

    Shopping and dining

    There are small shopping complexes like Nugget’s Crossing in Jindabyne, and you can take your pick from warm and cosy restaurants, humble hot pies, European cuisine or modern Australian delights. There are also some bars and clubs for you to unwind at after a long day in the Kosciuszko National Park. In winter, Banjo Patterson Inn parties hard three nights a week with DJs from Sydney.

    Getting here

    Jindabyne is two hours from Canberra, so if you’re not planning to drive, book your flight to Canberra with us and simply catch a bus to Jindabyne. You can also hop on a bus straight there from Sydney. Book your Jindabyne accommodation with us and get your skiing or hiking adventure started.
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