Snowy River Holiday Park sits on the banks of the Snowy River where you can choose from cabin style accommodation, each with a double bed and single beds sleeping up to 6 people. All cabins have a small kitchenette, own ensuite, TV/DVD, microwave and general cooking facilities. All bed linen is provided for you. There is a free guest covered gas BBQ, free limited access to WiFi. Platypus and wombat nature walks with sightings of a number of platypus a regular basis.
If you have your own caravan or mobile home there are large powered and unpowered sites within well maintained grounds. There is a quiet, relaxing atmosphere where you are encouraged to just put your feet up and relax or use the park as a base to see the surrounding region. The Holiday Park is an easy 45 minute drive to a number of small towns and activities including a brewery, horse riding or even walking up to the top of Mt Kosciuszko. Within a short drive you have choices of places to eat from the Iona Café and Pub in town to a Vineyard or a restaurant across the famous Dalgety Crossing Bridge built in 1880. The park is pet friendly.
Dalgety has a number of historic buildings that are incorporated in a walk of the town. Where you will learn some of the history of the town, including the fact that it was going to be the capital of Australia but was deemed too close to Victoria.
The Snowy River Cabins are self-contained cabins located on 250 acres in the heart of 'The Man From Snowy River' country on the banks of the legendary Snowy River.
Only 15 minutes from Berridale or a 30 minute drive from Jindabyne, it is the ideal location for families, couples, or small groups to enjoy the Snowy River and the Snowy Mountains at an affordable price.
Summer or winter, you can experience a range of adventures, from hitting the slopes in winter, to fly fishing for trout and bass in summer. Year round you can visit their farm animals, have a go at archery, ride your bike around the property, go bushwalking and try spotting the kangaroos, wombats, platypus and maybe a koala, or just relax in the stunning Australian bush environment.
Located amongst the vines and on the banks of the Snowy River, the Snowy Vineyard Cottage is an ideal getaway for up to eight people.
The cottage has four bedrooms, a self-contained kitchen and the slow combustion fire to create a great atmosphere. With the winery restaurant and microbrewery next door, you can stroll over for lunch or brunch, plan a function or even brew your own beers.
The cottage is only 50 minutes to Perisher and Thredbo. Pet friendly accommodation.
Snowy View Cottage offers country accommodation for couples and families wanting access to the Snowy Mountains year round. The cottage provides a relaxed atmosphere, with service that makes you feel at home. A perfect escape for all seasons. This beautiful cottage, with stunning views to the Snowy mountains and the Snowy River, offers a spacious lounge room, well equipped modern kitchen, two large bedrooms. The cottage is tastefully decorated with top quality furnishings - everything you need to make your holiday perfect.
Walk to the Historic Village of Dalgety and enjoy a coffee at the local cafe and nursery. Visit the antique and bric-a-brac shop at the Snowy River Holiday Park, or relax and have a drink at the Hotel. Take a walk along the banks of the Snowy River and enjoy the abundant bird and wildlife, including platypus, kangaroos and wombats.
Enjoy peace and tranquillity and at the same time, learn about Dalgety's heritage and the Snowy River restoration on the Dalgety Historic Town and River Walk.
The historic village of Dalgety is the only town left on the banks of the Snowy River in New South Wales.
Once considered as a site for the Australia's national capital, little has changed in this quiet little hamlet since the early twentieth century.
Please visit Iona Gardens for a map of the heritage trail....
The Dalgety Show offers animal stalls and pavilions with displays of cattle, sheep and goats, horse jumping and side show alley activities. Come and enjoy a day out at a country show!
The first show in 1945 was officially held to raise money to build a Memorial Hall to honour soldiers fighting in the war. This show, described by one involved as 'a pretty rough turnout' was followed by several shows that didn't make any money and where no records were kept. However, the fact that the show has been successfully held every year since then is a tribute to the ingenuity and determination of the small community....