Alpine Resort Motel

Address: 22 Nettin Circuit, Jindabyne, New South Wales, 2627, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 22 Nettin Circuit, Jindabyne, is near Lake Jindabyne and Sandown Greyhounds.
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      Travel Blogs from Jindabyne

      The snowboarding injury before our wedding.

      A travel blog entry by naomi.jepson on Oct 07, 2014

      8 photos

      ... 360 turn he would off balance himself and cruise along the mountain with his feet clipped into his board and his hands guiding him as if he was running like a Gorilla.


      One of the hardest things about snowboarding, in my eyes, was getting off the dreaded chair lift. Not only do you have to traverse to the chair lift whilst trying to avoid knocking people over, you keep one foot strapped in leaving your board dangling, which feels ...

      Monday in jindabyne

      A travel blog entry by bern54 on Aug 04, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      -3 degrees at 7.30am. An early start so that Bob, Daniel, Kristy and Jacqui could head to Perisher for a day's skiing. A beautiful, clear, sunny day here at Jindabyne. Both children with head colds so lots of nose wiping! Walked across the oval to the park. The unit Daniel and Kirsty are staying at is called "stockyards", with ...

      Climbing Kozzi

      A travel blog entry by sommer-days on Mar 22, 2014

      33 photos

      ... Australia, and other interpretive signs along the track. Everywhere we looked, there were amazing views of surrounding mountains and valleys.

      Arriving back at the top of the chairlift, we had a warming coffee at the highest café in Australia, the Eagles Nest, where we enjoyed just catching our breath, sitting and taking in the views, and then we took our aching bodies back down the chairlift, heading for home. Sitting in the car for half an hour while driving ...

      More accommodation woes

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 27, 2013

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... four star. We think the more people that complain the better it will be. All that really seems to result after these sham 4 stars, is that folk just don't go back but there needs to be a movement to get the standard up.

      Anyway today we were off to Jindabyne where we had booked what we thought was a lovely unit. The unit, as it turned out, had been smoked in. Sharon rang the agent and said "we did not realise it was a smoking unit". Vicky ...

      D for, Day 2, Darren, Deposit and African mangos

      A travel blog entry by laura.luca12 on Feb 09, 2013

      10 photos

      All I can say is..... I'm grateful we BOTH have weak bladders!!! Excuse me to all of you who are not familiar with my openness about bodily functions, however I feel you will appreciate where this is going. So it's DAY 2 of our little adventure and after an early departure from Lakes Entrance, we started our 4 hour journey north west towards the snowy mountain region, Jindabyne is our next destination (near Thredbo). My focus is to find the man from snowy river and ...