Rainbow Pines Tourist Park  
Rainbow Pines Tourist Park

Rainbow Pines Tourist Park
Rainbow Pines Tourist Park

Rainbow Pines Tourist Park

Resident Lessees Rick and Kerry welcome you to Rainbow Pines Tourist Caravan Park


conditions apply,not valid with any other offer.

Rainbow Pines Tourist Park is situated on the shores of Lake Eucumbene at Old Adaminaby S36° 02.425 E148° 42.371 in the Snowy Mountains (selwyn snowfields) of New South Wales Australia. A Tourist Park with breathtaking scenery and an emphasis on family holiday enjoyment.


Accommodation facilities range from luxury heated ensuite units to caravan and tent sites. With a wide variety of accommodation to choose from, we will be able to cater to all budgets.

Pets are permitted on campsites only, (current vaccination certficate required) at the Managers discretion. Council Regulations prohibit pets inside ANY of the Park's Accommodation or Buildings.


The onsite shop is stocked with the basics such as bread, milk, bacon, butter, etc and a lot more to make a feed.The shop also has a large selection of fishing tackle and bait ranging from hooks up to complete trout combo's from Abu Garcia.We also sell and service STORMRIDER and STORMY inflateable life jackets.



Rainbow Pines Tourist Park
ABN: 46964372813
Rick and Kerry
Lucas Road Old Adaminaby NSW 2629
P O Box 33 Adaminaby NSW 2629

Phone (02) 6454 2317
Fax (02) 6454 2677

Weather station:Old Adaminaby
Live Video of the Lake

Rainbow Pines Tourist Caravan Park sits on the shores of beautiful Lake Eucumbene with the breathtaking Snowy Mountains as its backdrop. You can relax on the veranda of our deluxe cabin or sit under a tree in our camping sites and feed the wild birds or catch a glimpse of a wallaby or echidna.Whether you want to go skiing at Mount Selwyn Snowfields,or fossick at the old Kiandra gold fields nothing is more than a short journey away. Nothing beats the feeling of fighting a 5 pound trout on light tackle in Australia's premium trout fishing Lake Eucumbene, except maybe a trip into the Kosciuszko National Park and one of its trout laden streams to battle a beauty. The KNP is only a "short cast" from Rainbow Pines, so using us as your base you can explore the many wonders that the HIGH COUNTRY has to offer. You can go looking for Brumbies on the "long plain" or swimming in the thermal pools of Yarrangobilly Caves. Take a day trip to "Tumby" or "Talbingo", Jindabyne or Tumut.Jindabyne is only an hours drive and from there you can jump on the snow tube to Perisher, Thredbo or Charlotte's Pass. The possibilities are endless.Best of all you can kick back and leave the city miles away to RELAX.


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