Lake Eucumbene Chamber of Commerce (Incorporated)


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(Our weather station was kindly sponsored by Snowy Hydro.
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Additional hardware provided by Alpine Tourist Park.
Installation and technical maintenance by Suttonnet.)


On Sat. 2nd Nov. 2013 Adaminaby's beautiful Girl was ceremonially welcomed back to her former glory when she was officially unvielled by the Mayor of Snowy River Shire, Clr John Cahill. Also in attendance were the Hon. John Barilaro, member for Monaro, the Hon. Steve Whan, MLC and Mr. Peter Cochran, Deputy Chair of Tourism Snowy Mountains.
The Story: 'Friends of the Trout' was formed in 2010 as a sub-committee of the Chamber and under the guidance of its highly motivated Chair, Jane Reid, who worked extraordinarily hard to have the region's much loved icon restored to her former glory. The Committee worked very closely with the Snowy River Shire Council and its local state members to ensure that everything was done to the highest of standards.
The Funds: The total Project cost $52,000 with $31,000 being generously donated by organizations and individuals from all over Australia. The State Government contibuted $11,000 and the Snowy River Shire Council $10,000 as well as unlimited in-kind assistance.

The LECC Adaminaby - Lake Eucumbene Economic Action Plan

The Lake Eucumbene Chamber of Commerce (Inc.) with funding from the NSW Department of State and Regional Development, commissioned this important document. This Ecomonic Action Plan is not only to assist its members but also other interested business people to gain a thorough overview of the economic potential of this area. Please download a copy. With this funding an informative BROCHURE was written which provides a wonderful insight into this lovely area. Download the ADAMINABY-LAKE EUCUMBENE BROCHURE Pages 1-4 (788kb) and Pages 5-8 1224kb)

Lovely Lake Eucumbene The Lake Eucumbene region is located in the Snowy Mountains in the northern part of the Kosciusko National Park. This is an area noted for its pristine environment, the Lake being about 1200 metres above sea level and the higher peaks rising to over 1600 metres. Unique geographic features from caves to gigantic boulders distinguish this area along with its silence and crisp, clean, clear mountain air. This area is a haven for Australian wildlife and its wildflowers are reknown worldwide.

Snow capped magic

The construction of Lake Eucumbene began the building of Australia's iconic Snowy Mountains Hydro Electricity Scheme and was completed in 1958. It is the largest of the Snowy Scheme lakes and holds around 9 times the volume of water that Sydney Harbour does.
Lake Eucumbene is the biggest alpine Lake in eastern Australia and is about 40km from Cooma at its closest point. This Lake is undoubtedly one of the best fishing places in the Australian Highlands holding Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout.
The closest township to Lake Eucumbene is Adaminaby where you can stock up on food, fuel and fishing supplies.
Accommodation can be found in Adaminaby, as well as in the numerous locations around the Lake such as Old Adaminaby, Anglers Reach, Providence, and right around to Braemar Bay.

Upgrade your lifestyle:
Could you find a better place to relocate, to take a holiday or to visit?
This region is unique as it offers something for every season of the year.

Known around the world, this wonderful icon has helped established Adaminaby as the Trout Fishing capital of Australia. This wonderful work of art was lovingly built and donated by the artist Andy Lominici who was himself a resident of Adaminaby. Starting early in 1972, working from a drawing he made of a Rainbow Trout, Andy Lomnici designed and created a 10 metre high, 2.5 tonne, steel framed, wire-mesh structure covered with layers of fibreglass and costing $6,000. It was officially opened along with the inaugural Adaminaby Trout Festival by the Hon. Tom Lewis, NSW Minister for Lands and Tourism, on Sat. 3rd Nov. 1973. More than thirty years after its official opening when Adaminaby is mentioned, everyone immediately thinks of our "BIG TROUT" and our significant annual Snowy Mountains Trout Festival.


A 2lb Rainbow caught on Fly This wonderful Lake was the setting for the world fly fishing championships in January 2000. Whether you prefer Fly-fishing, Spinning, Trolling, or Bait fishing, EVERYONE should have no problem catching a Trout in Eucumbene. Some of the more popular areas for fishing are Providence Portal and Providence Flats, Middlingbank, Frying Pan, Seven Gates, Braemar Bay and Yens Cove. Two proud rivers, the Eucumbene and Murrumbidgee, flow through this marvellous area. Streams feeding Lake Eucumbene are the Eucumbene River, Andys Creek, Little Plain Creek, James Creek, Swamp Creek, Little Swamp Creek, Hughes Creek, Lucas Creek and Gang Gang Creek. Providence Portal is the scene for some great fishing in the weeks

We have 2 BOAT RAMPS that give year round access to Lake Eucumbene at:

The site of theOld Town' and ANGLERS REACH

When the snow arrives there is a special magic in the Eucumbene Region. Snow falls abundantly and there are all kinds of wonderful places to stay and things to do. The northern end of the Kosciusko National Park is the place to come for family fun. There are cross country skiing trails, downhill skiing is available at Selwyn Snowfields. The scenery is breathtaking as the views across Lake Eucumbene to snowcapped peaks are unique in Australia.

Winter haven in the Snow

Your dream come true

We have beautiful, historic churches, a NSW heritage listed, historic Hall and unique settings for you to create your own experience of a lifetime.
The options are from elegant and traditional to informal.
You can decide.