The Lakefront is a popular, centrally located, lakefront house, an easy 5 min walk to Jindabyne Town Centre.
69 Townsend Street, Jindabyne

The Lakefront - 2/69 Townsend Street

Dear Guests,

Welcome to Jindabyne & The Snowy Mountains.

We hope you enjoy your stay with Accommodation Jindabyne and please know we are here to help throughout your stay. If there is anything that comes up during your stay, please do not hesitate to reach out at any time.

If you are looking for recommendations to get the best experiences in our area, please head to https://accommodationjindabyne.com/visitor-information/ .

A reminder that check-in is from 4 pm and check-out is 10 am. Either from The Base Ski Hire during the winter season or Jindabyne Real Estate over the remainder of the year.

If you need any assistance during your stay, please contact us at info@jre.net.au or 02 64562216 (you can follow the prompts for after-hours emergencies). We are open 7 days 9-5 in winter and Monday – Friday 9-5 in the off-season.


The Team at Accommodation Jindabyne


Free Wi-Fi

Network Name: The Lakefront

Password: SenditBIG69

(Please be aware that while Wi-Fi is provided it is not always guaranteed to be functional due to our regional area and changing weather conditions).


Fuse Box: Located internally in games room cupboard near dart board.

Meter Box: Located on left hand side of house near the door that goes into the games room.

Water Mains: Located on the right hand side of the driveway over the brick edge on path to go down side of house.

Gas bottles: N/A

If you are having repeated issues with circuits tripping they may be overloaded.



Heating and Hot Water


  • Wood fire in the lounge area
    • Wood is not supplied but can be purchased from Mitre 10, service stations or Woolworths
  • Reverse cycle air conditioners in Living room, Games room, Bedrooms 1,2,3, & 5
    • Room 4 can be heated from bed 5 with the door open
  • Wall mounted Electric heater in bedroom 4
  • Bedrooms 1 and 2 have remote control ceiling fans
  • Small electric heater in bedroom 1 ensuite
  • Wall mounted electric Siemens panel heater in upstairs bathroom
  • Wall mounted Nobo panel heater in laundry
  • Pull string electric heater in bedroom 3 ensuite
  • Wall mounted Rennai electric panel heater in bedroom 4 ensuite

Hot Water

Electric hot water system located in laundry



Kitchens are stocked with all the basic amenities such as:

  • Microwave
  • Sandwich maker
  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Caffitaly coffee pod machine
  • Electric Frypan


  • Dishlex Dishwasher
    • Standard operation: turn dial to select a cycle, press the start button
  • Westinghouse Electric Oven and grill
    • Standard operation: turn dial of desired function, temperature and timer
  • Westinghouse Electric Glass Stove Top
    • Standard operation: use dials to select element and temperature


  • Soniq with USB, HDMI and AV port
    • For TV use, use source button to navigate regular channels
  • OTIC DVD Player
    • To watch DVD: On TV Remote press source, select AV1
  • Polk audio sound bar with USB, aux and Bluetooth
    • Use  remote to  navigate


  • The upstairs bathroom has separate bath & shower
  • 3 ensuites with shower, toilet and vanities


  • Simpson Washing Machine
    • Standard operation: Turn the dial to select cycle, select a water level, pull cycle dial out to start
  • Westinghouse dryer
    • Standard operation: Turn dial to select dryer time, use toggle for delicate or normal cycle, close door and press button on handle in to start
  • Wintersteigher boot dryer located next to sauna in laundry
    • To use:
      • Ensure power is turned on at wall
      • Turn the 6 hour timer dial to start

Large deck off living are with outdoor lounge, dining table and BBQ

  • Gas 4 burner BBQ

The BBQ needs to be cleaned after each stay or additional charges may apply.

If you run out of gas during your stay, please call us within business hours and we can provide a replacement. If after hours, please swap it over at Mitre 10 or a service station and we will reimburse you the cost, simply email a receipt to info@jre.net.au and your bank details and we can process the refund.

Parking/Garage (boat/cars)

  • Double garage with remote and internal access
    • Height clearance of 2.2m
  • 4 off-street parking spots
  • Garage has ski racks and mountain bike storage with mountain bike repair kit, stand, bike pump

Stairs to access

  • 5 stairs from entry to mid level bedrooms 1 & 2
  • 7 stairs from mid level to living
  • 11 stairs from mid level to bedrooms 4 & 5 and rumpus
  • Additional 2 stairs down into bedroom 3 from rumpus room


  • Collection Friday morning
  • Red wheelie bins to be put out by guest


  • Pick up every 2nd Monday morning
  • Yellow wheelie bins to be put out by guest
  • Watch the neighbours for reference

If your bins are full prior to collection day, please contact our office on 02 6456 2216.

Please ensure all garbage is taken out to bins provided upon departure to avoid any excess cleaning charges.


Additional Info

How to Use a Sauna

Warning, know when NOT to use a Sauna.

  • If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, abstain from using the sauna. 
  • Stay out of the Sauna if you have been drinking alcohol or taking illicit drugs. 
  • You should also avoid using a sauna or steam room if you are under the age of 18,
  • If you suffer from circulatory problems, heart disease, high or low blood pressure, diabetes, epilepsy, or any other condition that may affect your body’s reaction to high temperatures. Consult a doctor if you believe you may have one of these conditions. 
  • Don’t remain in the sauna beyond your own capacity to tolerate the heat. If you begin to feel faint, nauseated, or your heart rate begins to speed, you should exit the sauna immediately. 
  • Drink plenty of water before entering in order to combat dehydration. Also check your body for any metal (jewellery and zippers, for example) in order to prevent it from burning your body when it quickly heats up in the sauna.


How to use a Sauna

  1. Always shower before using a Sauna
  2. Generally, to begin with, 8 to 10 minutes in the sauna should be enough to cause your body temperature to rise and produce sweat without causing negative physical effects such as dizziness. 
  3. Take a break and cool off for a little while, and if you feel comfortable returning to the sauna, spend another 5 to 10 minutes in there. While in the sauna or steam room, don’t mess with any of the controls by pouring water on steamers or adjusting the temperature dials. Avoid jumping into a cool pool or shower right away. Spend 10 to 15 minutes letting your body adjust to cooler air temperatures in order to avoid putting your body through shock when you enter the pool or shower. Drink plenty of water to re-hydrate your body.


Sauna Operating Instructions

  1. Turn on the Sauna main switch (adjacent to the window)
  2. Press the ‘push button timer’ to start the Sauna, heater will stay on for 45 minutes
  3. Allow 15-20 minutes for the Sauna to reach operating temperature, (70°C)
  4. If you want steam pour a small amount of water onto rocks only, DO NOT pour directly onto elements
  5. Refer to “how to use a sauna” above for healthy sauna use.