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A Bit of History
Adaminaby is a small town of around 234 people. It is located around 60km from Cooma, and around 168km to Canberra via Cooma and 112km via the Boboyan Rd.
Adaminaby is a central fishing area in the summer and a ski hub in the winter, only a short 40min drive to the nearest ski feilds. It is 1017m above sea level making it one of the highest towns in Australia.
Adaminaby has not always been located where it is today. In 1957 Adaminaby was relocated to make way for Lake Eucumbene. Now located on the Snowy Mountains Hwy, Adaminaby is known as the home to the "Big Trout" that is located at the entrance to the main steet.
"The Trout" being a 2.5t, 10m high, fiberglass model was built in 1973 by a local artist and fisherman Andy lomnici. Mr Lomnici used a frozen fish as a guide for scale, colour and shape.