About Adaminaby Town Centre
The town of Adaminaby is home to the "Big Trout". This quiet town located in the New South Wales Snowy
Mountains is a popular destination for trout fly
fishermen and an ideal location to stay whilst enjoying the family skiing and snow boarding at Selwyn Ski Resort.
Things to see
Historic Buildings in New Adaminaby
Adaminaby was relocated prior to the flooding of Lake Eucumbene. Several building were removed and rebuilt in the new town centre including the old churches.
There are only four original buildings
left in the relocated town including the Methodist Church which is
surrounded by picnic grounds on the edge
of the lake, the Old Schoolhouse now the office
and residence for the Caravan Park, St John's Anglican
Church, located behind the shopping centre and the Uniting Church,
previously the Presbyterian Church, built the
first time in 1886. Over 100 buildings, including
75 houses, were removed from Old Adaminaby to the
site of the new town but no longer remain.
Holiday accommodation in the Adaminaby town centre includes attractive
fishermen's chalets and holiday houses located on the foreshores
of Lake Eucumbene. Today the area is a pleasant holiday
Lake Eucumbene is the largest of the man made lakes in the Snowy Mountains
Hydro Electric Scheme and was completed in May 1958. It is capable of containing
4 799 100 ML of water.
Lake Eucumbene is a haven for trout
fishing. Regular competitions are held in the area
and all the dams are kept well stocked.
Adaminaby Town Centre offers a range of accommodation including Cabins, Caravan parks,
farm stays, motels and lodges.
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Adaminaby Town Centre
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