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The Snowy Mountains are as gorgeous as ever, and ready for visitors!

Yes, the fires have affected parts of the Snowy Mountains and Snowy Valleys regions, but Jindabyne and surrounds are open for business!

The roads are open and there are lots of quality accommodation providers such the Jindy Inn who are ready to welcome you right away, with a big smile and warm hospitality.


Thredbo Resort is open and is in full swing this weekend with the 26th Annual Blues Festival.

chubby male trumpet player in suit jacket and hat

All mountain bike and hiking trails within the resort are also open.


Come and ride the trails or treat yourself to a day spa at Lake Crackenback Resort.

two women on massage tables at a day spaPhoto by alan caishan on Unsplash


Explore Lake Jindabyne on a SUP or in a canoe.

two people in a canoe on lake jindabyne

Curiosity Rocks on Lake Jindabyne


Sample our high-country cuisine at the many eateries that are operating.

breakfast dish on tiled table in cafe

Yummy modern cuisine @birchwoodjindabyne


Everyone here in the Snowies would love to see you, so jump in the car and come and visit! You won’t be disappointed.


Gang Gang Tours are looking forward to their Snowy Mountains Adventure this 23rd February which visits fabulous attractions such as The Snowy Scheme Museum in Adaminaby, Yarrangobilly Caves in Kosciuszko National Park and the Boggy Creek Show in Tumbarumba.

Boggy Creek Show Tumbarumba


Their Snowy Mountains Hydro Majestic tour in November and March visits all of the amazing infrastructure and sights of the Hydro Electric Scheme within the spectacular Kosciuszko National Park while enjoying the high alpine panoramas and local cuisine and hospitality.

woman and snowy hydro worker standing in front of penstocks

The lovely Angela at Murray 2 Power Station


Click the button below for a more detailed itinerary.

snowy mountains hydro majestic tour