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If You Love the Outdoors, Accommodation in Jindabyne Is Just What You Need

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, find accommodation in Jindabyne with Jindabyne Accommodation Centre. Enjoy everything Kosciuszko National Park and Jindabyne Lake have to offer, from wakeboarding, fishing, and hiking to biking, skiing, and snowboarding.

The ski resorts Thredbo and Perisher are located within Kosciuszko National Park, which is named after the tallest peak in Australia 2,228m above sea level. It was declared a world biosphere park in 1977 for its alpine, sub-alpine, and mountainous areas. There is a large variety of wildlife, vegetation, and landscapes for you to see and explore.

Lake Jindabyne is a manmade lake created in the mid-1960s as part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme. The lake is full of trout and Atlantic salmon, so both the professional and the amateur fisherman are welcome. If you’re looking for activities in the water, wakeboarding, water skiing, and canoeing are all available. If you’re looking to barbeque near the water, the parks around the lake have facilities for this purpose along with picnic tables, public toilets, and rubbish bins.

If you’re feeling like exploring, there are the Yarrangobilly Caves, located within Kosciuszko National Park. These caves are some of the most beautiful that you will find in Australia, and the landscape above ground is also remarkable and worth exploring if you’re looking for something adventurous to do.

There is also Kiandra, one of the shortest gold rushes in history, lasting from November 1859-March 1961. At one point, there was up to 10,000 people in on the digs. The site soon became the location for Australia’s first ski club.

So if you’re looking for some time away and a place that offers a multitude of options, call Jindabyne Accommodation Centre to find accommodation in Jindabyne today!