Rydges Horizons is located in the centre of Jindabyne on the edge of Lake Jindabyne. Rydes Horizons Resort accommodates 120 self contained apartments all with private balconies and lake and/or mountain views. The Apartments range from Studio’s sleeping up to 4 people to 2 bedroom apartments sleeping up to 6 people.
Rydges Horizons is perfectly situated for your snow holiday being 30-45 minutes to either Perisher or Thredbo. You can relax your tried muscles with a glass of wine over looking the Mountains and Lake from your own private balcony or stretch out in the indoor pool or there is also a tennis court.
Don’t feel like cooking Rydges Horizons has 2 restaurants & 1 bar.
The newly refurbished Fireside Lounge is warm and cozy in winter and the perfect spot to relax by the open fire with a hot spiced Gluhwein. In summer it is an open light filled area, easy and relaxing with large lounges, intimate spaces and rustic oversize table with long bench seats for a larger group to enjoy. Once you are comfortable there is no need to go anywhere else as meals and drinks are also available.
McEvoy’s offers warm, casual dining with friendly service while experiencing a smart, sophisticated menu. Our signature restaurant is open for dinner from 6:00pm every night in winter and Tuesday to Saturday during summer. Bookings are essentail as McEvoys is rated amongst Jindabyne’s Top Five restaurants. The restaurant’s name incidentally comes from Thredbo Valley’s first settlers, James and Mary McEvoy.
Squires Bar & Lounge is the perfect place to relax and unwind after a day out and about in the mountains. Serving all your favourites with a friendly smile enjoy our hospitality in the high country.
Live music on selected nights.
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Accepted credit cards
- Air Condition
- Indoor pool
- Ironing Facilities
- Private Bathroom
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Jindabyne overlooks the tranquil shores of Lake Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales.
More people choose Jindabyne accommodation as their snow holiday destination than anywhere else in Australia because its easily accessible, affordable and offers everything you need for a memorable winter holiday. Choose from a vast selection of accommodation in self-contained apartments, comfortable lodges, quality hotels and all inclusive resort style.
The township of Jindabyne offers an extreme range of facilities including supermarkets, restaurants, bars, chemist, medical center, banks, cinema, post office and a wide variety of both retail ski outlets and other facilities. Jindabyne accommodation is popular with skiers and snowboarders due to the benefits of affordability and proximity to several ski resorts throughout the Kosciuszko National Park, including Thredbo and Perisher.
Much of Jindabyne accommodation is occupied by houses which are reserved for Winter accommodation. Self contained accommodation is an affordable way to visit the snow and often many visitors choose to share the cost of a house or unit with another family to keep snow holidays affordable!
Jindabyne also has plenty of Hotels, Motels and Lodge style accommodation options that offer breakfast and dinner packages or simply just breakfast. Both Self Contained Jindabyne accommodation and Lodge style offer you the choice to explore the many restaurants in the town.
Sports and natureJindabyne Cinema Regular session times throughout winter showing the latest releases and the best popcorn in the mountains!
Wild Brumby Distillery
As the only Schnapps distillery on the mainland of Australia, Wild Brumby is a unique experience, and just a short drive from Jindabyne. Offering lunch and early supper this is a fantastic stop on the way to and from Thredbo and the Ski Tube. Wild Brumby uses locally grown fruit from either the garden on site or from nearby farmers. There is local art and sculptures dotted throughout the property welcoming you to wander the garden.
Lake Crackenback Day Spa
Indulge yourself with a trip to the health and fitness center in Lake Crackenback resort. The Spa uses only 100% organic products. Choose from a wide selection of massage and beauty treatments or pampering spa packages. The Spa can create packages to suit any individual or group, a day with friends, bridal showers or corporate retreats. This unique environment can incorporate spa treatments with yoga, alpine walks or team building activities.
Fishing on Lake Jindabyne
Whether you're into trout fishing, fly fishing or just dropping a line over the edge of your boat or the lakes shore, there is something for everyone. Local competitions and sought after fish make Jindabyne and the surrounding rivers a first-rate fishing area. Rod and tackle hire is available however if you bring your own it's FREE
Now you’re in The Man From Snowy River region why not take a leisurely horseback ride through some of the most breathtaking scenery and discover just why the Snowy Mountains is the perfect getaway destination. If you are up for something more adventurous, head out on a horse riding camp where you get to really feel what Banjo Paterson experienced camping out in the Snowy Mountains. Jindabyne Equestrian Centre offers accommodation and horseriding packages, and still just a short drive to the ski frields.
Sailing on Lake Jindabyne, Canoeing and other Water fun
Keen to get out onto the water? Hire is available for motorised tinnies, paddleboats, canoes, sailing boats and half cabin boats. Or you could learn to sail or canoe on a variety of watercrafts with local instructors and all safety equipment included. Jindabyne Lake is a perfect area for those who love to try new water sports, but getting wet should be avoided in the middle of winter....brrrrr!
Mountain Biking around Jindabyne
Do you have a taste for adventure? Mountain biking is an exhilarating sport and you don't have to be an expert. Jindabyne township has a number of advanced course trails and there is the foreshore track for those looking for an easier pace around the lake. Mountain biking in booming in Jindabyne and new trails are being created all the time - most are unmarked so be sure to get some local information and a map before you head off.
NightlifeJindabyne host's a wide variety of Restaurants & Bars.
Lake Jindabyne Hotel is rightly known as providing some of the best food in the Snowy Mountains.With an ever changing menu to provide the freshest of food that warms you up in winter, and recharges you in summer, the Lake Jindabyne Hotel bistro a favourite place to dine and unwind in Jindabyne. Stunning lakeside views make lunch on the deck a must do experience when visiting the town all year round. The steaks are large, legendary and remarkably affordable, and you can even cook them yourselves on the massive indoor grill. Or pick up a fabulous pizza, available all hours of the day from the public bar.
Banjos nightclub rocks every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night in winter. Every week we bring you some of Sydneys finest DJ's. New is an all new sound and lighting setup which will blow your mind. Banjos is the number 1 place to party in the Snowy Mountains!!
Clancy’s Brasserie is open 7 days a week for Lunch from 12pm-3pm and Dinner from 6pm-9pm. Clancy’s offers a range of modern Australian cuisine from our traditional pub classics, succulent steaks and fresh seafood and salads.
The Overflow Pizza & Burger bar is the newest foodie hot spot in Jindabyne. The Overflow is open 7 days a week for both Lunch & Dinner, with trading hours extending throughout the snow season. The Overflow is located on the upper level of the hotel in the newly renovated backroom, perfect for families & groups big & small. Try our DELICIOUS traditional Banjo’s Beef Burger next time you're in town - WE PROMISE it won't let you down.
What's On at the Banjo
MONDAY: Skate Night (Monthly), $12.00 Mojito Monday
TUESDAY: Trivia, $12 Margaritas - Tequila Tuesday
WEDNESDAY: Locals Night - DJ, LIVE MUSIC & Drink Specials, $5 Wino Wednesday (House Wine)
THURSDAY: Joker Poker, 50 Schooners, $VIP $15 Pizza & Beer Night*
FRIDAY: Monster Meat Raffle, $12 Espresso Fridays
SATURDAY: WeLOVEWeekends! DJ + LIVE MUSIC & Drink Specials
SUNDAY: Sangria Sunday $15 Red Wine Sangria Jugs, Open Mic
There are many more options ask your consultant for more details.
Culture & historyThis village, at the foothills of the Australian Alps, is 33 miles south-west of Cooma. It is today, as throughout its history, essentially a grazing district, though it is true that for some years a butter factory was operating there. Of late years, largely through the efforts of Sir Joseph Carruthers, who was interested in Jindabyne West Estate, the district has proved itself one which is capable of producing crops and fruits of the highest quality. Situated on the banks of the Snowy River, Jindabyne witnessed the erection in 1847 by Stewart Ryrie, Junr., of the first flour mill that Maneroo knew. This mill had the river water as its motive power, and was for some years conducted by William Jardine.
In 1860 gold was discovered at Crackenback, and a rush, which, however, did not last very long, took place. Mining has been conducted from time to time in the Boogong Mountains, but the fields have never justified continuous work. Beyond Jindabyne is the Creel, and beyond that still Hotel Kosciusko, both of which have been referred to in the "Tourist" section of this pamphlet. The waters of the rivers round about Jindabyne abound with trout, and during the season many good hauls are made by anglers, who come long distances for the sport obtainable. Beyond Jindabyne are Moonbah, and towards the Victorian border Ingebyra and Ingeegoodbee.
One of the very earliest settlers in the locality was James McEvoy, who took up Woolindibby Run, of 11,520 ac. Other pioneers of that particular portion of the district are William Holland (Mowenbah, 16,000 ac.), John Pendergrass so called, but actually John Pendergast (Homeo, 25,000 ac., Cottage Creek, 15,000 ac., and Moonbar, 24,000 ac.), Stewart Ryrie (Jindabine, 13,000 ac.), Richard Brooks (Jindabine 22,400 ac., Willis 11,520 ac.), William Neale (Kalkite, 20,000 ac.). In addition there are the Barrys, Thompsons, McLures and Woodhouses. To-day, a large portion of Jindabyne is held by the Wallace family.
Jindabyne was one of the first places in New South Wales to secure the services of a "Bush Nurse," through the medium of a local Bush Nursing Association.