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

      ... that if he was going to fall coming off the chair lift, i was going with him. We cruised several meters aimlessly grabbing at thin air trying to keep our balance until his board pulled him down and me on top of him. All in the fun of boarding.


      Nathans Gorilla move stayed with him the rest of the trip, but he did manage to link his turns, do 360's and pick up the basic skills, whilst i managed to increase my speed and ...

      Canberra to Jindabyne

      A travel blog entry by bern54 on Aug 03, 2014

      6 comments, 1 photo

      Breakfast 7.20am sitting in a sunny spot in the dining room. Left Canberra at 8.50am with outside temperature at 1 degrees and ice on the car. Heading south looking at snow on the Brindabella Ranges. It's a long time since we've seen that! Drove past royalla solar farm, still in the ACT- thousands of solar cells, looks impressive. Shopped ...

      Climbing Kozzi

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

      33 photos

      ... Approaching the hut, we thought we may have been alone, but when we opened the door, there were 3 other people in the hut already, sheltering from the wind, and eating their lunch. In one of the rooms, there was a plaque on the wall in memory of 4 young snowboarders who perished in 1999 in a snowcave nearby, their bodies not being discovered for 3 months.

      We had a drink and a snack and took some photos, then headed back up the track to Rawson’s Pass. ...

      More accommodation woes

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 27, 2013

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... as Allan calls it. He keeps wondering where they keep a stock of these things.

      After a lot of discussion with the agent Vicki, on the phone, she would 'send someone over'. We waited over an hour, and finally Steve (the boss) rolls up. What a rude sod he is "can't smell it" well of course he was going to say that. By now the smell seemed worse. "Go out and come back in an hour". We went out for nearly two hours, came back and it was just as ...

      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 ...