Adaminaby, a Town for Four Seasons
Adaminaby and the villages of Old Adaminaby and Anglers Reach on Lake Eucumbene are set among the rolling high plains in the Snowy Mountains NSW. Kosciuszko National Park is on our doorstep.
Adaminaby and Lake Eucumbene have much to do and see:
- skiing, snowboarding and snow play
- mountain scenery, flora and fauna
- history of the Snowy Mountains, Kiandra goldfields and the Snowy Mountains Scheme
- high country lifestyle less than 2½ hours from Canberra and the Sapphire Coast.
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 replete with daffodils, apple and plum blossoms and new born lambs.
Come and join us for your Snowy Mountains experience.
The LECC is delighted to announce that as part of the Federal Government's $100M MOBILE BLACKSPOT Programme, a new tower will be built at Anglers Reach. More information.
Jane Reid, a former Chair and Secretary of the Lake Eucumbene Chamber of Commerce (Inc.) passed away on Sat. 25th April. Please read our tribute to her achievements.
Shannons Flat Springtime Celebration
Music, dancing, supper
3rd & 4th October 2015
Photographers, artists, quilters & handicraft enthusiasts: program and entry form are available now.
A fabulous showcase for the talents and skills of a wide range of creative artists.
Shannons Flat All Day Sausage Sizzle
If you're coming from Canberra on the October long weekend to the Quilt Show and the Snowy Mountains, stop over at Shannons Flat for a sausage sizzle, cakes, tea and coffee.
Drive via Tharwa and Namadgi National Park, or from Cooma via Mittagang Rd.
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A leisurely walk around the township of Adaminaby. The famous 'move' from the town's old location has created a blend of 1960's architecture, historic dwellings transported by truck and century-old churches rebuilt stone by stone.