Terms and conditions

Welcome to Eucumbene Trout Farm – we hope you enjoy your fishing experience!

To ensure all guest have a good time and are safe we have some safety requirements and fishing rules:

Fishing and farm land have some intrinsic dangers and we ask that guests be mindful of these hazards – your entry to the farm means that you accept these dangers and indemnify the owners and their staff against any loss, injury (including death) or other misadventure.

  • The waterways are unfenced children MUST be with a responsible adult AT ALL TIMES
  • NO food or drink is to be brought on to the property (excluding baby food and water)
  • Please be aware of other guests and staff at all times
  • NO fish are to be released after being caught
  • Appropriate footwear must be worn
  • All caught fish must be paid for
  • Please do not feed or offer food to any of the animals and fish
  • Please do not chase or torment any of the animals
  • Snakes are a natural component of regional land – if you see a snake please walk away and notify a staff member
  • Please do not enter any areas marked PRIVATE or NO ENTRY
  • Please comply with instructions from the staff
  • This property is designated NO SMOKING
  • Dogs are not permitted on farm property; this includes the car park and driveway areas
  • When in doubt or if there is an issue – please consult a staff member
  • In case of an emergency - please follow the directions of staff – the emergency marshalling area/evacuation area is in the car park

Our Process

Visit farm

Catch trout



Some Facts


Estimated trout in lake


km from Jindabyne


Visitors since opening


m above sea level