Remains of (original) Adaminaby Convent
Ruins near (original) Adaminaby Showground. Lake level on this day was a record low 9.4% of capacity.
Old farm vehicle left behind when Lake Eucumbene was filling
Steps to St Marys Catholic Church (original) Adaminaby
Lake Eucumbene moves closer to covering ruins at Old Adaminaby
Winds whip up a dangerous swell at Old Adaminaby,  Lake Eucumbene
Rainbow over Lake Eucumbene at Old Adaminaby
Heavy winter snow at Old Adaminaby, Lake Eucumbene
Storm clouds gather over Lake Eucumbene (Old Adaminaby)
Summer storm builds over Lake Eucumbene at Old Adaminaby
Fisherman's Cottage in the snow at Old Adaminaby, Lake Eucumbene
Sunrise from Grace Lea Island, Lake Eucumbene
Fishing's fun for ages at Lake Eucumbene
Peaceful, tranquil and very relaxing - fishing on Lake Eucumbene
On the water at Lake Eucumbene
Snow on the banks doesn't deter this hardy fisherman at Providence Portal, Lake Eucumbene
Sunset near Observatory Point, Lake Eucumbene
Providence Portal out flow pipe, Lake Eucumbene, in low flow
Lake Eucumbene Tree
Providence Portal out flow pipe, Lake Eucumbene, in high flow
Lake Eucumbene Trees near Old Adaminaby
Providence Portal, Lake Eucumbene, at 66% capacity
Old tree on Warwick Island, Lake Eucumbene
Providence Portal, Lake Eucumbene, at 47% capacity
Tree in Old Adaminaby Bay, Lake Eucumbene
Heavy snow at Providence Portal, Lake Eucumbene
Old Trees at Yens Bay, Lake Eucumbene
Remains of the original bridge across the Eucumbene River at Providence Portal
Another stunning Lake Eucumbene sunset
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Buckenderra - Ashley Barber
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Buckenderra - Ashley Barber
Remains of an old water tank at Old Adaminaby, lake Eucumbene
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Braemer Bay - Jim Huntley
Stunning sunset and the perfect fishing spot at Lake Eucumbene
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Buckenderra - Monster Trout - Lindsey Kelly
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Old Adaminaby - Jay Dub
Providence Portal

Situated on the northern shores of Lake Eucumbene, and within the Kosciuszko National Park, Providence Portal is only 40 minutes from Cooma and 10 minutes from Adaminaby. The Eucumbene River flows into Lake Eucumbene at Providence Portal.

The landscape, and photo opportunities around Providence Portal changes dramatically as the waters of Lake Eucumbene rise and fall. The photos in this collection show Lake Eucumbene at Providence Portal over the years. There are also a couple of photos of the portal inflow pipe, that brings water into Lake Eucumbene from the nearby Tantangara Dam, 14km to the NW.
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Buckenderra on a snowy day - Ashley Barber
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Anglers Reach, Lake Eucumbene - winter 2014
Anglers Reach - Lake Eucumbene - kangaroos
Smokey Skies - Anglers Reach - Lake Eucumbene - January 2014
Beautiful winters morning - Anglers Reach, Lake Eucumbene
Snow at Anglers Reach, Lake Eucumbene
Fishing at Anglers Reach - Lake Eucumbene
Ashley Barber - Lake Eucumbene
Lindsey Kelly - 9lb monster taken from Buckenderra, Lake Eucumbene
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Old Adaminaby - Sam Love
Lake Eucumbene fishing - Jim Humtley
Welcome to Lake Eucumbene
Australia's Premier Year-Round Alpine Water Resort
Old Adaminaby - Anglers Reach - Providence Portal - Buckenderra - Middlingbank - Braemar Bay
Lake Eucumbene Photography

The Lake Eucumbene area is not only a great place to visit for all kinds of recreational pursuits, be it fishing, boating, hiking and skiing, it offers the photographer unmatched scenic beauty. The mood of the lake changes with the seasons and water levels. We've captured Lake Eucumbene in all her moods in a series of photographic collections. We add to the collections regularly so make sure you visit often.
Beneath Lake Eucumbene

Water levels in Lake Eucumbene fluctuate from season to season and year to year. When levels drop below 50%, many of the treasures left behind when the lake filled in 1958 resurface. Old building foundations, church steps, disused farm machinery and even parts of old cars are scattered around the banks. It's a real piece of history. Beneath Lake Eucumbene is a collection of photos showing some of the ruins beneath Lake Eucumbene. Some of the photos in this collection were taken when the lake dropped to record low levels in July 2007 (9.4%), meaning some of the ruins lay under water for almost 50 years - who knows, with the Lake level well above 9.4% now, they may be below the surface for another 50 years.

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Lake Eucumbene Weather Photos

Located in the NSW snowy mountains, at an altitude of almost 1,200m, Lake Eucumbene enjoys 4 distinct seasons. From long, warm summer days to winter snows, the weather at Lake Eucumbene is always changing. Within hours, a mild, sunny day can be transformed into a raging blizzard. In this collection, Lake Eucumbene Weather Photos, we've captured some of the many weather faces seen at Lake Eucumbene.
Fishy Tales

These ones didn't get away!

This album showcases some of the great catches from Lake Eucumbene. The photos are sent in from website visitors, keen to show off their snowy mountain trout!

The album will grow as we receive more photos - so visit often. Oh, and If you have a photo or two, why not send them in and we'll add them to the collection.
Scenic Lake Eucumbene

As the name suggests, Scenic Lake Eucumbene, is a collection of photographs that capture the raw beauty of this magnificent region. The scenery at Lake Eucumbene changes from from season to season. From stunning beautiful high country sunsets, crystal clear blue skies for as far as the eye can see, to snow laden mountains, Lake Eucumbene is definitely one of the most scenic areas in Australia. Bring your camera - you'll never know what you might see.
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Fishing at Lake Eucumbene

There's always plenty to do in and around the Lake Eucumbene region but fishing in the lake surely is one of lifes pleasures. Whether you're fishing from a boat or the shoreline, there's always the chance you'll land that elusive 'trophy trout'. The biggest fish caught in Lake Eucumbene is reportedly 10lg (22lbs) so there's always a great excuse to wet a line. This collection 'Fishing at Lake Eucumbene' captures the beauty of fishing in Australia's premier trout lake.
The Trees of Lake Eucumbene

In this slightly quirky collection, The Trees of Lake Eucumbene, we've selected a series of photographs showing many of the tress that dot the Lake Eucumbene landscape. As the lake levels fluctuate, many of the trees shown in the collection 'disappear' and 'reappear' as the water rises and falls. Some trees shown no longer exist, being used in camp fires to warm shoreline anglers on one of Eucumbenes many freezing nights.
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Anglers Reach

Anglers Reach is a pretty village on the northern shores of Lake Eucumbene. Anglers Reach offers year-round activities with trout fishing a favourite amongst visitors. Boat hire is available locally, together with fishing tackle. In winter, skiers flock to the area for the nearby skiing slopes of Kiandra and Selwyn Ski fields.

This album showcases some of spectacular scenery and great fishing opportunities Anglers Reach has to offer. As usual, we will add new Anglers Reach photos to the gallery, so visit often.
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