Our Lodge

Located at 20 Townsend Street, Jindabyne

The lodge overlooks Lake Jindabyne and is within walking distance to the town centre with cafes, and lots of shops including a large supermarket. Jindabyne offers a range of restaurants of various styles. It is the location of the NPWS Visitor Centre and a cinema.

Jindabyne is the perfect base for access to the snowfields and the National Park. The snowfields are Perisher, Blue Cow, Guthega, and Thredbo. In summer, Jindabyne is an excellent location for the many tracks for bushwalking in Kosciuszko National Park; fishing in the many mountain streams; mountain bike riding at Thredbo and the Thredbo Valley Trail; and the base for some awesome drives such as the Alpine Way and the Barry Way.

Any time of the year, Piste Haus Lodge provides a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and a perfect base for many exciting times.

It features:

Spacious living and dining areas overlooking Lake Jindabyne.

Fully equipped kitchen with oven, two separate hotplate centres, microwaves, fridges and cooking utensils.

Sundeck with barbeque and a great view of the lake.

  • Bedrooms to suit singles, couples, families and groups.
  • One room with a queen size bed (2 people)
  • Two rooms with double beds (2 people)
  • Two rooms with double bed size bunks (4 people)
  • One room with a single bed bunk (2 people)
  • Two rooms with a single bed and a single bunk bed (3 people)

The lodge has heating in all rooms, a spa, a log fire in a great lounge area, and a drying room.

The Lodge Atmosphere

It is important to understand that the lodge operates on a communal basis. Guests at the lodge share a well organised kitchen, and there is a single, large, communal dining table. Guests also enjoy the lounge room and the deck overlooking the lake with others, perhaps sharing a wine, beer and snacks.  The Lodge has no dishwasher, no phone, no TV, and no WiFi provided, enhancing its communal nature. Many members and guests comment that the communal nature of the lodge is one of the things they value most about the Lodge. There is a supply of children’s games to encourage interaction between children of differing ages from various families. Children are expected to be supervised at all times and not impinge on the enjoyment of other guests.

Members and guests are expected to respect that they are shared spaces and be aware of the needs of others particularly in relation to noise levels (children, music, phone calls, etc) and treat each other with respect and tolerance. Guests wishing to use portable technology are to minimise their use in the common areas and use headphones to avoid intrusive noise which may impact on others.

How to Get to the Lodge

Coming from Sydney into Jindabyne turn right just before the ‘old’ shopping centre (the first one you see). There is a Bowling Club on the Lake side of the turn and a church (set well back) on the other side. There is a police station up the road to the left and a pub/bar on the main road to the left on the main road just after the turn.

Follow the road with two left turns (one looks to be straight ahead) following the edge of the Lake (which is behind and down from the row of houses on the left). Townsend Street is the nearest road to the Lakeside.

Piste Haus is a wooden building on the right facing across the lake and up a steep drive. There is a name sign to the left of the drive and the number (20) is painted on the driveway.