Adventist Alpine Village offers a unique natural environment where you can retreat, recharge and relax. The Village is a safe haven for children, adults and all who love life, and as such the whole site is a drug, tobacco and alcohol free environment.
Situated on 125 acres, the Adventist Alpine Village has been designed as the perfect all-season retreat in an exclusive alpine setting. Close proximity to water activities, tennis, bowls, snow skiing, horse riding, llama/deer parks, the trout hatchery, mountain biking, fishing, bushwalking, the Hydro Electric Scheme, lake cruises, the Skitube, chairlift rides and more.
Adventist Alpine Village is located just four kilometres south of the shores of Lake Jindabyne. Take the Barry Way for 2.2 kilometres and turn right into Tinworth Drive.
The two bedroom, fully self-contained chalet accommodates up to eight people. You will need to bring your own bed linen and towels. Pillows, comforter and blankets are provided.
The disabled chalets are all one level, flat with sealed access from the carpark. The bathroom/toilet facilities are fully wheelchair accesible with hand rails, no step into the shower and shower chairs available. The light switches are lower but the kitchen is not at a lower level and would need a Carer for access.
Each dormitory room can sleep eight people comfortably with bunk style beds. Heating and bathroom per room.