If you think that winter is the best time to visit Kosciusko National Park then think again! The NSW snowfields and surrounding areas are great places to visit during the warmer months. There is plenty of adventure to experience and places to explore. In fact, the Adventist Alpine Village is open all year round to accommodate you.
The Adventist Alpine Village in Jindabyne is a perfect base for your summer holiday. The accommodation is affordable and the facilities are comfortable. It is is well equipped to accommodate large groups or family holidays.
Lake Jindabyne is only three kilometers away from the Adventist Alpine Village. At the lake you can enjoy numerous water sports and activities. In the alpine mountains there are many walking tracks. It is a great time of the year to see the wildflowers bloom and view the breathtaking scenery.
Summer activities to enjoy on your holiday:
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The Snowy Mountains offers pristine freshwater fish. A highly regarded fishing spot in Australia.
Visit High Fly, SW Trout Fishing or Alpine Angler for more information on fishing in the Snowy Mountains.
Water Skiing, Jet Skiing, Wake Boarding
Catamarans, Sail Boarding, Canoeing, Kayaking
White Water Rafting
The ‘claypits’ is a great place to swim on a hot summer’s day
Exploring via foot
Mt Kosciuszko National Park offers a range of fantastic walks. You can take a leisurely walk or be more adventurous and climb Mt Kosciuszko – Australia’s highest peak. There are walks that climb the alpine herbfields – spectacular during summer – and through the lakes in the Snowy Mountains.
Suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels. Click here for more information.
Kosciuzko National Park is home to over 200 wildflowers. They bloom between November and April. This is a great time to visit as you can take advantage of the off-peak rates as well as experience the Alpine beauty during the warmer months.
There is an abundance of breathtaking scenery to enjoy on a bike. You can have a leisurely cycle or if you are an adrenaline junkie, the Snowy Mountains will not disappoint you. Look for the famous downhill track – the Cannonball Run.
The bobsled is a 700m track that’s twists down Thredbo. You control the speed with a brake on your cart. Great fun for all ages!
There is plenty of opportunities for you to experience the home of ‘The Man from Snowy River’ on horseback. Commercial horse treks in the Snowy Mountains date back to the 1940s. Tours are available where you can experience a hearty campfire breakfast and then explore the beauty of the Australia countryside.
Visit Snowy Mountains Horse Riding.
Do not miss the beauty of Yarangobilly Caves on your visit to the Adventist Alpine Village. It may be off the beaten track but you will be rewarded!
To view a video, visit ABC.
For directions, visit Environment Park Show Caves.
Power Stations – Snowy Mountains Scheme
The Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Scheme is an intrinsic part of Australia’s cultural heritage, is recognized as a civil engineering wonder of the modern world and is an icon of Australian engineering and social achievement. The Scheme is made up of 7 major power stations (two underground), 16 major dams, 80 kilometres of aqueducts and 145 kilometres of tunnels.
For information, bookings and tours on The Snowy Scheme call 1800 623 776.
Visit Snowy Hydro.
Jindabyne has a 18 hole golf course and Thredbo has a nine hole golf course.