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Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre

Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre

Two hours south-west of Canberra in the heart of the Snowy Mountains, Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre provides a range of services, facilities and accommodation options for school camps, family camps, kids’ camps, sporting events, weddings, ski trips, weekend escapes, corporate training, community groups and more.


Our At Height Activities are currently unavailable – please contact our team to discuss your camp objectives, we are happy to work with you to tailor a program for your stay.


For the 2024 snow season, self-contained accommodation options, including our two-bedroom and four-bedroom apartments will not be available at Jindabyne.  

Finskos Lodge and Margin lodge will still be available. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Set on 87 hectares of high alpine country, Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre delivers nature on a grand scale – crisp blue skies, gold-hued plains and views of massive mountains topped with snow. The Centre is moments from Lake Jindabyne and Kosciuszko National Park and only a short drive to the NSW snowfields. 

Ngarigo country
207 Barry Way
Jindabyne NSW 2627

Phone: 13 13 02

General Enquires

School Bookings

Group Bookings

♿︎ Accessible accommodation available

COVID Safe Centres Information

What our guests say

"Thank you for this cherished opportunity to provide a most memorable life experience to our boys. In the words of one student: "It is the best thing I have ever done in my life." It is certainly a sentiment that is mirrored by most of the boys on the Punchbowl Snow Odyssey."

Joseph De Guia, Punchbowl Boys' High School

“The staff, as always, did a fabulous job to ensure fun, safety and that everyone was well looked after. Thanks and see you next year.”

West Pennant Hills Primary School

“Great food and accommodation. Thank you to everyone. From the cleaners to the admin staff you are able to make it work so well for a single guardian and four kids.”

Guest, Winter Family Camp

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