The 2.5 km of river is home to wild brown and rainbow trout. It varies in character from gravelly runs through boulder strewn riffles to deep pools and from open slow country to deep fast gorges.
There are a number of spectacular and scenic marked and unmarked bush walks around the property. Yaouk Peak looms directly behind us and the marked 1 1/2 hour walk (one way) from the saddle on the boundary of our property to the top, provides magnificent panoramic views of the valley and beyond to Mt Kosciuszko.
Spotting native animals including platypus, kangaroos, wallabies, echidna, wombats, possums, and many birds, rosellas, wild duck, wedge tail eagles, hawks, herons, finches and swallows among them.
Swimming in the clean, pure waters of the Murrumbidgee River is a real treat during the warm summer months.
Winter is a fantastic time at The Outpost. We get frequent snow falls and days are filled with bracing walks and enjoying tea and scones around a warm cosy fire. Mt Selwyn is our closest ski field and a 45 minute drive away.

We are located 1.5 hours drive south of Canberra on a scenic partly unsealed road through the Namadgi National Park. Mountains surround us and the area is famous for its fly fishing, hiking, horse riding and snow skiing. The nearest village is Adaminaby, which is a scenic twenty-five minutes drive away.

 

 

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The Cottage, recently painted and newly furnished, offers comfortable and cosy accommodation with:

  • Two bedrooms each with 2 single beds (1 able to be converted into a king bed).
  • Upstairs attic with 4 single beds.
  • Comfy combined living and dining room.
  • Well equipped kitchen and laundry with a washing machine.
  • Main bathroom with shower.
  • Outside eating area with barbecue.
  • Maximum accommodation is for eight people.

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