Description

Adaminaby is a small town near the Snowy Mountains north-west of Cooma, New South Wales, Australia, in the Snowy Monaro Regional Council. The historic town, of 301 people at the 2016 census, is a trout fishing centre and winter sports destination situated at 1,017 metres (3,337 ft) above sea level. Economic life is built around tourism and agriculture–the town serves as a service point for Selwyn Snowfields and the Northern Skifields. It is also a popular destination for horse riders, bushwalkers, fly-fishermen and water sports enthusiasts as well as a base for viewing aspects of the Snowy Mountains Scheme.

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Around Adaminaby NSW 2629


Our Picks on what to Do in Adaminaby NSW

Reynella Rides

Snowy Scheme Museum - Adaminaby NSW

Handmade Stage Curtains - Adaminaby NSW

Adaminaby Swimming Pool

Adaminaby Bowling Club

Lake Eucumbene

Our Picks on where to Stay in Adaminaby NSW

The Snow Goose Hotel

Snowy Mountains Resort

Fontenoy Farm Cottages

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Our Picks on what to Eat in Adaminaby NSW

Big Trout Takeaway

THE Bake House

Adaminaby Bank Cafe

Shopping in Adaminaby NSW

Community Services  


Cooma Visitors Centre
119 Sharp Street,
COOMA NSW 2630

Snowy Monaro Regional Council
81 Commissioner Street,
COOMA NSW 2630

Adaminaby Police Station
Dennison And York Streets,
ADAMINABY NSW 2629

Adaminaby Swimming Pool
26 Denison St,
ADAMINABY NSW 2629

Location Information 

  • Elevation: 1017
  • Population: 301 (2016)
  • State electorate(s): Monaro
  • Federal Division(s): Eden-Monaro
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.
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Travel To  

Cooma NSW 2630 (52.8 km, 38 mins)
Tumut NSW 2720 (128 km, 1 hr 36 mins)
Acknowledgement of Country

Adaminaby NSW is located on the following Aboriginal Nation/s.

poidb.com acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.