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The weather in Jindabyne
The above is a climate diagram for Jindabyne. In January maximum temperatures go higher than 26°. However, temperatures can go lower than -2° in Jindabyne in August. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Relish Diverse Experiences with Holiday Cottages in Jindabyne
Located in the south-eastern part of New South Wales, the town of Jindabyne is nestled amongst the spectacular Snowy Mountains and has interesting attractions for every traveller. Although winter is a favourite time here among travellers because of the snow, this popular holiday destination witnesses considerable footfalls all year through.
Fly-fishing, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding and more – with all these adventure activities, Jindabyne is an outdoor lover’s and thrill-seeker’s paradise. At the same time, the striking beauty of the Alpine landscape dotted with small towns lends a calming vibe to the town, making it ideal for travellers wanting to get away from the frantic pace of cities.
A charming little cottage with all modern amenities, a chalet or a cabin providing scenic views are just a few types of vacation rentals in Jindabyne that offer travellers a truly authentic Snowy Mountain experience. Make it your base for adventures and enjoy time with your loved ones even when indoors during your Jindabyne holiday.
Eating and Drinking in Jindabyne
Visitors familiar with the town often say that excellent food and drink are another reason to visit Jindabyne. The Brumby Bar and Grill, a favourite among locals, is the place to tuck into a hearty helping of schnitzel and steaks for an Aussie-style meal after a tiring day of activities. There are share plates, too. Wash it down with some cider, wine or a cocktail.
Angie's Italian Kitchen is considered among the best places to eat at in Jindabyne. A comforting, authentic Italian meal in an unassuming but welcoming setting is what you can expect here. The award-winning eatery overlooks Lake Jindabyne, providing diners with refreshing views as they indulge in delectable pasta, ravioli and pizza.
A visit to the Wildbrumby Schnapps Distillery and Café in Thredbo Valley is a nice way to add a unique touch to your Jindabyne holiday. Run by an Austrian couple, it serves hearty Austrian meals and pure schnapps made using local fruits. Watch various schnapps being made, enjoy a meal at the café and take a stroll around the beautiful sculpture gardens.
Things to Do in Jindabyne for Art and Culture Lovers
The Kunama Snowy Mountains Centre for the Arts located on Kosciuszko Road is where visitors can see works of art by famous artists and sculptors. It is also home to a permanent exhibition of renowned Australian landscape artist, the late Alan Grosvenor.
The exhibition gallery at the Kosciuszko National Parks Visitor Centre plays host to regular exhibitions that showcase art by various artists. You can view a range of artwork created by local artists as well as shows on a tour at this small but interesting gallery.
The Lakelight Sculpture Festival takes sculpture away from museums and galleries and instead makes a beautiful display of it outdoors, on the shores of Lake Jindabyne. Held during the Easter weekend, the exhibition has artists of every skill level participating.
Sights and Activities for Travellers with Children
Being located just outside Kosciuszko National Park, Jindabyne perhaps has more activity options than you could manage on a single trip. As a service town to the highest ski resorts in Australia like Perisher and Charlotte Pass, Jindabyne is a good choice for family holidays to enjoy skiing and other snow-related sports from June to October.
If you are visiting in the summer, Lake Jindabyne becomes the hub of activity with its many adventure options. Go fishing, hiking, kayaking, bushwalking, water skiing, swimming and more at the lake and Snowy River. Explore the area on horseback for the “Man from Snowy River” experience. There are guided trails that are perfect for families, too.
Visit the Yarrangobilly Caves in the north of Kosciuszko National Park and experience being a family of explorers as you venure underground. The Jersey Cave and Glory Hole Caves are where you can view structures that constantly seem to grow due to the trickling water. Next, go for a dip at the thermal pool, which is always at a comfortable 27 degrees.
Festivals and Events to Attend in Jindabyne
The biannual two-day Lake Jindabyne Flowing Festival is among the most popular events in town, with the Dragon Boat Challenge being its highlight. Held in February on the shores of Lake Jindabyne, the festival also features amusement rides and live entertainment.
The Snowtunes Music Festival, also known as Australia’s only snow music festival, features live performances by top Australian artists as well as international artists as headliners. The event is aimed at combining entertainment and snow fun for a true Jindabyne-style experience.
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