NRMA Jindabyne Holiday Park

Caravan Park - New South Wales

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Located on the foreshore of Lake Jindabyne, NRMA Jindabyne Holiday Park offers charming views of the Snowy Mountains and a range of accommodation options from cosy cabins, to sites for caravan and camping. Explore the region’s stunning mountain ranges, renowned for days filled with fun and adventure, including Mt Kosciuszko, Thredbo or Perisher. Try your luck at fly fishing, or throw in a line at the lake. There’s so much to see and do in Jindabyne, just ask our friendly team for all the local knowledge..

If travelling from Victoria towing a van across the Alpine Way is not recommended at all during winter. There are alternative routes through Canberra, Tumut and Lake’s Entrance.

We have over 34 powered and 52 unpowered sites with most overlooking the lake.

Tenting is possible in the Snowy Mountains during winter! With the right gear tenting is a very affordable option on your skiing holiday. Temperatures can drop to minus 8 so it is important that you have the right gear.

Please note: NRMA Jindabyne Holiday Park is centrally located and 100 metres from the main shopping complex.

Facilities:

  • Free Wi-fi
  • Kids Playground
  • Pet Friendly (at Manager’s discretion, please talk to us for more details before booking) 
  • Camp Kitchen with Indoor BBQ
  • 2 separate toilet blocks
  • Modern Amenities Block including Laundry
  • Drying Room
  • Games Rooms and Library
  • Waste Dump Point
  • 3 Outdoor BBQs
  • Boat ramp with separate beach
  • Mulit-purpose Court including Tennis and Basketball Courts
  • Mini Convience located 100 meters across the road
  • Kayak and Fishing gear hire
  • Fish Freezer
  • Ski Tunning Table
  • Recycling Bins
  • Bonus Card for great discounts and bonus’ around Jindabyne
CMCA User
 29/05/2019
Parked owned by NRMA. Member discounts apply as well as to members of other motoring clubs. As RACQ members we stayed 4 nights and only paid for 3. Great facilities including one of the best laundries we have encountered. The camp kitchen is well appointed and includes a wood fired pizza oven that is fired up Saturday nights for BYO food. The park has three very large sites measuring 19 metres by 7 metres. There are plenty of other powered and unpowered sites of all sizes. Of note is the dump point being one of the best design we have seen. See photos. In winter the park can get cold and has recorded a low temperature of minus 18 degrees. It has been known to snow. Easy walk to all the shops and a number of cafes and restaurants. Overall gave it 5 stars

cmca.116018Les6
 22/03/2022
This is a great park, however the sites that back the road are not the best. You do get noise from people returning from the pub early morning. Also the Poplar trees have a disease called "Rust" and it will be all over your van, awning and car, and is difficult to remove without soap, scrubbing and water. My wife also suffered from hay fever from the fine rust dust. I would give it 5 stars for the cleanliness of the facilities. They are spotless. It is centrally located right opposite Woolworths, other shops and restaurants. I can recommend Takayama Restaurant. We visited twice in 3 days. Reception could be a bit friendlier.

CMCA User
 10/11/2019
Lovely park, but some of the sites are a little squeezy for big rigs. Immaculate amenities and laundry. Be aware of what the wind is doing, as the breeze off the lake can be much more than the official forecast and observations. Good place to base yourself for heading in to Thredbo and exploring Cooma.
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Unpowered Site $45.00
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Powered Site $96.00
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