Adaminaby, Old Adaminaby & Anglers Reach
Historic Snowy Mountains Region
Actually, there are two Adaminabys. The original, colonial-era Adaminaby lies under the waters of Lake Eucumbene, which was created in 1958 as part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme. About 100 buildings, including most of the historic landmarks, were moved to the site of the new town on higher ground.
European graziers arrived in the 1830s but there was little development in the area until the 1850s when gold was discovered. In 1885 the town was proclaimed and, against much local sentiment, was named Seymour.
A year later it was changed back to Adaminaby, the name it had been known by since early settlement.
|Accommodation in Adaminaby and Anglers ReachChoose from accommodation in Adaminaby , Old Adaminaby or Anglers Reach. Stay in a comfortable cottage, neat apartment or the local motel.|
|Getting ThereAll the info you need on getting to Selwyn from Sydney or Melbourne. How long it will take? What you need to bring and your options for transport. Don’t forget Aeropelican now flies direct from Sydney airport to Snowy Mountains Airport during the winter months. Alternatively, you can fly into Canberra where car hire can be arranged if you don’t have transport.|
|Things To Do in Adaminaby and surrounding AreasYour comprehensive guide to activities in and around the Adaminaby township. Make sure you are fully prepared for a great family holiday in the Snowy Mountains.|
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