DISCOVER amazing facts about Adaminaby and the Snowy Mountains region in Stewarts Gallery.
On show are beautiful photos and tales of the area's history from 1870.
The gallery is more than a treasure trove, it is also the local tourist information centre and a showcase for local artists.
Did you know where skiing began in Australia? In the goldfields of Kiandra, a short drive from Adaminaby of course!
Leigh Stewart and his family have serviced the Adaminaby community for as long as anyone can remember and collected numerous historical newspaper clippings, maps and written an historical, autobiographical family history, "From Kilkeel to Cooma".
Totally informative and almost everything is for sale in this historical mecca, except for a few very special items, exclusively on show.
If you're looking for that unique experience, Andy Lomnici and his painting depicting the "Landing of Captain Cook," is on show, but not for sale.
There's more, Leigh Stewart is also the local real estate, stock and station agent so if you're looking for a holiday home within close proximity to the snowfields, have a chat to Leigh.
If you want to check out the current Ski Runs up at the Selwyn Snowfield, have a love of history or beautiful artworks, pop in and have a look around.
Don't forget to check out the real estate available.
You may want to stay a while longer, or ensure you have a holiday home in the snow next year.
Leigh Stewart and his gallery are at 3 Denison Street, Adaminaby, or check out his website at www.adaminabystgewart.ws.