Anglers Reach is a village in New South Wales, Australia in Snowy River Shire. It is on the shores of Lake Eucumbene near Adaminaby. It has a resident population of about 40, but is popular as a holiday destination for trout fishing and as a base for visitors to the skifields at Mount Selwyn.
Small residential community on the norther shores of Lake Eucumbene. An ideal place to base yourself for fishing and exploring northern Kosciuszko National Park.
Anglers Reach is like stepping out into a different world. Here the people welcome you with a warmth that is immediately infectious. At Anglers Reach there is no pretence, just open willingness to share some of the rugged natural beauty of these unspoiled mountains. Today Anglers Reach is a soothing relaxed form of lifestyle that, together with its mountain scenery and attractions, make it such an appealing place for a holiday sojourn. Get to know it and you’ll love it.