Our Lodge

IMGP0194The Lodge is located in East Jindabyne with fantastic views of Snowy Mountains and Lake Jindabyne. Only a short drive to the Ski Tube, Thredbo, Perisher and other ski fields and alpine attractions, not to forget fishing and other activities on Lake Jindabyne. The lodge is a 3 storey Austrian style building of 255.8 square metres plus a deck of 40.5 square metres.

It comprises:

 Ground Floor – entry to open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, drying room, laundry, bathroom, toilet and 2 bunk rooms
First Floor – stairway access from ground floor to large open plan lounge/dining/family room, ceramic tiled entry from deck, kitchen, bathroom with spa and toilet and 1 bedroom
Upper Level – stairway access to hallway, separate toilet,  bathroom and 2 bedrooms.
Off street parking.
Accommodation is a mixture of double beds and bunks.
The lodge is approximately 30 years old. It was purchased in 1982 for $163,000. In 1996/97 major improvements were made. In 1997 it was professionally valued for insurance purposes at $265,000. Bathrooms   were renovated in 2002 and 2004/5.
Guests of members are welcome (although there are some restrictions on unaccompanied guests). There are peak periods of demand for accommodation (all seasons) but the accommodation requirements of members are almost always met. At least 10 nights accommodation is guaranteed during the ski season.
The lodge is maintained primarily by its members but work is contracted for major and specialised projects and ground maintenance. Each member is required to attend a working bee (10/20 hours pa Single/Family) or pay an annual maintenance levy. Apart from accommodation fees for accommodation used, there are no other financial obligations.
Access is via a combination door lock, the code for which is provided at the time of booking.

IMG_1377The lodge is well equipped and has good cooking and refrigeration facilities. All beds have comfortable mattresses, doonas and doona covers. There are 3 modern bathrooms and good heating in winter. There is no TV but members are welcome to bring their TV and other entertainment equipment providing its use does not disturb other guests. There is no telephone but mobile reception is generally good. There is a public telephone a short walk away. Wireless Internet is available in East Jindabyne.


What is provided?

The club provides tea, coffee, sugar, flour, salt, pepper, sauces, cooking oil, detergent, rubber gloves, toilet paper and emergency food such as tinned spaghetti and a variety of noodle and rice packets. Open food items should be kept in the food cupboards, not the pantry. If any items are missing, damaged or depleted please advise the Lodge Manager or Booking Officer.

What to bring?

All personal clothing and toiletries Towel Sheets and pillow cases (or own pillow) Sleeping bag if preferred Tea towels (some are provided but must be washed for the next guests)

Sharing facilities with others

Common sense and courtesy prevails.
Cooking – please tidy up as best you can immediately you have cooked if a second party is waiting after you. If you are waiting, don’t forget you can use the other kitchen. Ablutions – there are toilets and showers on all levels for all to use. Please don’t spend too long in the bathroom if there are a lot of people in the lodge.


Please don’t forget to mop the bathroom, sweep the kitchen, vacuum carpets and take your garbage with you.

Thanks for your cooperation