Jindabyne - Fast Facts

Popular destination on the edge of the Snowy Mountains
Like Talbingo and Adaminaby, modern day Jindabyne is a new town created after the original settlement was drowned by the Snowy Mountains Hydro-electricity Authority in the late 1960s.

Nestled at the end of Lake Jindabyne (which was completed in 1967 and has a capacity of 689 790 ML) modern day Jindabyne owes its continuing existence to its proximity to the major ski resorts in the Snowy Mountains and the superb facilities it offers to trout fishermen. Located 61 km from Cooma and 462 km from Sydney it is 991 metres above sea level. It lies below the snowline but is close enough to the Perisher-Blue Cow ski runs to be an ideal accommodation spot for people not wanting to stay in the chalets on the snowfields.

Snowy Region Visitor Centre
Kosciuszko Rd
Jindabyne NSW 2627
Telephone: (02) 6450 5600
Facsimile: (02) 6456 1249