Melkon Lodge is a 4 bedroom 2 bathroom timber house located in idyllic Lake Eucumbene. This cozy home with wrap around verandah is great value for families with 2 bathrooms and separate toilets, full kitchen and laundry facilities, Ski storage and off street parking. Downstairs is open plan with kitchen/living dining, lounge, fireplace laundry and upstairs has 4 bedrooms and both bathrooms and sauna.
This is a Non smoking property. Full linen provided.
You are required to bring your own Linen and firewood. BOTH FIREWOOD AND LINEN IS PROVIDED AT AN ADDITIONAL COST
Located on Lake Eucumbene and only 30 minutes drive to Jindabyne followed by a short drive to the Thredbo and Perisher Ski Resorts. The Snowy Mountains region offers offering a range of activities for all seasons including skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, downhill mountain biking, horse riding, water sports, canoeing, kayaking, water-skiing, wake-boarding, swimming, boating and camping. Jindabyne town surrounds the beautiful Lake Jindabyne and has an array of restaurants, dining and shopping.
Queen size x1
Queen size x1
Queen size x 1
1 x set of single bunk beds 2 beds
2 x set of single bunk beds 4 beds
'Peak Season - Winter' 1/06/17 - 02/09/17
About the Snowy Mountains
Home to exhilarating alpine wilderness and Australia's highest peak Mt Kosciusko, the Snowy Mountains presents a stunning vista of rivers, mountains and glacial lakes. Enjoy great skiing and snowboarding in the cooler months or bush-walk, mountain bike and horse ride through wildflowers during the warmer months.
Snowy Mountains Trout Festival
While you can fish year-round, one of the most exciting times to cast a line in the Snowys is during the annual Snowy Mountains Trout Festival. Typically held in November, it's a chance to get alongside other avid anglers and weigh-in your catch for prizes across numerous categories based on fishing type, species and age.
Lake Eucumbene is ideal for all forms of fishing. With shallow bays, wide waters and a mountainous backdrop to cast your line against, enjoy calm conditions perfect for catching a flanked rainbow or a big brown trout.
Home to Australia's five highest peaks, and adorned with wildlife, lush flora and sweeping views, the Snowy Mountains' sub-alpine tracks are excellent to explore on foot.
With cool temperatures and lofty altitudes all year round, ensure you've researched your walk and have checked weather forecasts and park conditions. December through to March are recommended as the best time to bushwalk and hike in the Snowy Mountains region
Explore the Snowy Mountains
Head to Kosciuszko National Park for a refreshing dose of crisp mountain air and stunning alpine views. December through to March is the recommended time to hike this unforgettable scenery. Don’t miss the Mount Kosciuszko Summit Walk, which has spectacular views of the rugged landscape. You can also create as much adventure as you like as you kayak, camp, cave, horseride and mountain bike.
The clear waters of The Snowy Mountains are ideal for fishing, with an abundance of Atlantic salmon, brook, brown and rainbow trout. With a NSW fishing licence, cast your line at the Lake Eucumbene, only a few minutes walk to the damn wall
A short drive away you will find idyllic Adaminaby near Selwyn Snowfields, home to the Big Trout and located near the incredible Yarrangobilly Caves. Explore other historic towns and villages nearby such as Cooma, Dalgety, Nimmitabel and Tumbarumba.
a short 30 kms away is the township of Jindabyne, in close proximity to the resorts of Charlotte Pass, Perisher and Thredbo, is full of activity with restaurants, nightlife, cafes and retail therapy all year round.
During snow season June to October enjoy a great range of snow activities, including snow tubing, snow shoeing, snowboarding, skiing and night skiing, and explore various terrain parks. Book a lesson and pick up some great tips for beginners. Enjoy the best in après ski, with cosy wine bars, fine dining and great winter shopping.