Holiday houses in Jindabyne

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Popular amenities for Jindabyne holiday rentals

Stay near Jindabyne's top sights

Banjo Paterson Inn44 locals recommend
The Station3 locals recommend
Lake Jindabyne Hotel Motel18 locals recommend
Nuggets Crossing Shopping Centre23 locals recommend
Birchwood Cafe Jindabyne60 locals recommend
Jindabyne Brewing49 locals recommend

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Jindabyne

Total rentals

920 properties

Rentals with a pool

50 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

70 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

680 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

27K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$77 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Jindabyne

All About Jindabyne

Jindabyne holds the rare claim to fame of being a town that has changed location over time. In the 1960’s, its original site was flooded to make way for Lake Jindabyne, a popular waterway that the town now presides over. Jindabyne is also one of the gateway towns to the Snowy Mountains. It sits at the beginning of the Alpine Way — a beautiful stretch of winding road that leads through the mountains to Khancoban. If you plan to hit the slopes from your Jindabyne cabin accommodation, you can reach numerous ski-resorts nestled among the peaks above, in around 30 minutes by car.

During warmer seasons, you can take your pick from a wealth of outdoor pursuits including whitewater rafting, mountain biking, fishing, trekking, canoeing, and horse-riding. Or you can go for the additional adrenaline rush of going flite-boarding, wakeboarding, hot-air ballooning, or taking a helicopter ride. Lake Jindabyne is also unrestricted, which means you can launch whatever vessel you can tow into town from its ramp, making this a popular spot for boat activities.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Jindabyne

If you want to visit during the ski season, Jindabyne accommodation cabins will position you below the snowline with quick access to the slopes for cross-country and downhill skiing and snowshoeing. During the rest of the year, Jindabyne is known as an “adventure basecamp” for its wide variety of outdoor activities. In February, a popular cycling event puts even the most accomplished riders to the test over rugged mountain terrain. Easter plays host to another of the region’s popular events — Jindabyne’s Lake Light Sculpture Exhibition, where sculptors are invited to compete for a temporary spot alongside the town’s permanent exhibits. Temperatures on the lake are at their warmest between June and August, but it’s always wise to bring warm clothing, as the humidity and wind can make for some cool evenings throughout the year.


Top things to do in Jindabyne

Jindabyne Community Trail

This expansive trail winds its way around the lake beginning in Banjo Paterson Park. Crossing the Jindabyne Dam Wall, it passes a couple of the area’s clay pits and many of the lake’s famous sculptures. Perhaps the most compelling reason to set off on this particular walk, though, is for the stunning views of the lake itself.

Jindabyne Hall Markets

Located a couple of blocks from the Jindabyne Visitors Centre, the Jindabyne Hall Markets are held at the beginning of each month, year-round. Showcasing local arts and crafts, including hand-dyed silks and crochet work, gourmet treats, and the region’s black garlic products, it’s a great place to pick up souvenirs and get a taste of local crafts and produce.

Trout Fishing

Lake Jindabyne is one of the area’s trout fishing hotspots. Experienced anglers are drawn for the abundance of brown, rainbow, and brook trout, as well as salmon that swim in from the Snowy’s Thredbo and Eucumbene rivers. With no restrictions on the lake, it’s also a great place for novices to try their hand and learn to fish.

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