Welcome to Dalgety

Snowy River Holiday Park is the only Holiday Park in NSW on the Snowy River. Situated in Dalgety a charming village that could have been so different had the vision of a Federal royal commission been adopted, back in 1903.
The Holiday Park has 10 self contained cabins, 20 powered sites, 16 unpowered sites with a fully equipped camp kitchen on 5 acres of land adjoining the Snowy River. All sites share a refurbished amenities block with a drying room for the skiers in the Winter and a full disability bathroom. There is a under cover BBQ.
Fishing, swimming, canoeing, platypus and wombat spotting are only a few activities available without getting back in the car. Within 45 minutes from the Park you can enjoy fine dinning, mountain bike riding, hiking, horse riding and many other activities. As of December 2017 we are the only 4 Star Holiday Park in the region. For the last 3 years we have received an excellence award from Trip Advisor.

About Dalgety

The historic village of Dalgety, on the banks of the Snowy River, is the only town left on the River in New South Wales. After the Snowy Hydro Electric Scheme was built in the 1950’s, the old towns of Jindabyne and Adaminaby were flooded. 

Previously known as Buckley’s Crossing, the township was surveyed in 1874 by Surveyor General J.R Campbell. Dalgety was once a major stock crossing when bullock trains were an important mode of transport. Before the bridge was built in 1888 a punt was used to carry stock and travellers across the river. This is situated just north of the Holiday Park.

Dalgety History

In 1902 Dalgety was gazetted as the site for the National Capital. Although there was much debate, it was finally thought to be too close to Victoria so Dalgety missed out to Canberra.

Many buildings in Dalgety were built in the 1880’s and are part of the Historic Town and River Walk. Most of these buildings are now private residences.

The Snowy River Holiday Park is a fabulous place for motorcycle riders to stay. It’s right in the heart of riding country and the owners are motorcycle friendly. I stayed in a cabin and the park is a welcome rest from Sydney noise. I walked all round the town, which is charming, and never realised it had so much history. The Buckley’s Crossing Pub is a short walk up the road, so I could also get hearty meals too. Highly recommended for clubs and groups. Terri Dodd

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