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Adaminaby is a quiet town in the Snowy Mountains region of New South Wales on the shores of Lake Eucumbene. This town is most popular for its mountain scenery, history, and crafts & culture. Adaminaby was where the Snowy Mountains Scheme first started. Explore the heritage of the country’s grandest engineering project at Snowy Scheme Museum, which gives the tourists an insight into the achievements of the workers and engineers which transformed the nation. Its close proximity to Selwyn Snowfields makes it a famous base for skiers. For the summer months, it sees a lot of tourists with its activities like bushwalking, fishing and other water sports. Some of the local points of attraction worth visiting here include The Big Trout, Murrumbidgee River, and Historic Kiandra – the abandoned gold mining town of the country. The Blue Waterhole and Cooleman Caves and the picturesque Yaouk Valley also never fail to capture the attention of the visitors of Adaminaby.
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