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Paul Reader’s Place, Jindabyne

Quality High Country Retreat. Our 112 acre Farm and Guest Lodge is tucked away in the high country with panoramic views of bordering Kosciuszko National Park. Complete style and comfort in all season. Stay once and you’ll return year after year.

235 Meter Driving Range, Central Underfloor Heating, Gatronomic Kitchen, Country Furnishings, Ensuite Bathrooms, Large Screen TV and Video with Sony Pro Logic Surround Sound.

Accommodation Options

Fully Self Contained Luxury House

Exclusive use of both top floors of the house. This is the ultimate getaway with fire places, gastronomic kitchen, ensuite bathrooms, Large Screen TV and Video, 235 Meter Golf Driving Range, Underfloor heating, Surround Sound System and country furnishings.

Valley Room

The Master King room with ensuite, TV, Lounge and Fire Place.

Thredbo Room

King or Twin Share room with ensuite and balcony.

Yellow Room

This room can be made up as either a King or Twin share.

Tepee Room

A beautifully appointed Double Room.


Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Golfing
  • National Park
  • Wildlife

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