Adaminaby, a Town for Four Seasons

Big_Trout_03_08_2014Adaminaby 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:

  • bushwalking
  • fishing
  • skiing, snowboarding and snow play
  • horseriding
  • mountain scenery, flora and fauna
  • history of the Snowy Mountains, Kiandra goldfields and the Snowy Mountains Scheme
  • high country lifestyle less than 2 1/2 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.

Upcoming Events

Adaminaby Campdraft

20 & 21 December, Adaminaby Racecourse
Australia's homegrown horse sport


  • Father child on kangaroo ridge, Selwyn
    Selwyn Snowfields near Adaminaby
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    Sunset over Eucumbene Dam
  • trout-catch
    Trout fishing, Snowy Mountains
  • Old Adaminaby in 1956 before Lake Eucumbene
    Adaminaby 1956 - No Lake Eucumbene! [Ms Janette Asche Collection]


Welcome to Adaminaby's new website

Come and join us - add your local business, organisation or event to our listings - contribute an article - or just spread the word about this new resource. Designed for both visitors and locals, visitadaminaby.com.au is a reference site linking people to local services as well as an information source on our area and history.

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Heritage Trail - Town Walk

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.

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