Old Adaminaby is a village on the shores of Lake Eucumbene, close to
the site of the original Adaminaby township that dated from the
1830s and was moved to its current location during the 1950s.
Some of the early buildings still exist, including one of the
original churches located by the lake, 9 km south west of the
township of Adaminaby. Over time Old Adaminaby has developed as a
holiday village, a popular venue for water skiing, wind surfing,
boating and fishing. Lake Eucumbene is regularly restocked with
trout by NSW Fisheries.
Attractions include: Lake Eucumbene, Providance Portal,
National Park, the Big Trout, Coolamin Homestead, Historic Kiandra,
Murrumbidgee River, Tantangara Dam, Lake Eucumbene, Yarrangobilly
Caves, Blue Water Holes, and of course
In addition to our listed online travel guide
information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for
more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.