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Our Team

Jindabyne Accommodation Centre and Kosciusko First National Real Estate provide a premium service to our customers looking to buy, sell and rent in the Snowy Mountains region. We are renowned for our local knowledge of Jindabyne, East Jindabyne, Tyrolean Village, Kalkite, Berridale, Dalgety, Lake Crackenback, Perisher and Thredbo. Our focus is to continually be the best accommodation service by striving to build upon our strong reputation of integrity, professionalism and superior customer service.

Jindabyne Accommodation Centre and Kosciusko First National Real Estate are committed to excellence in customer service and are passionate about their work. Contact one of our staff now to find the property you have been dreaming of. Whether for a holiday in the Snowy Mountains, accommodation for a season working at the snow or for a tree change, our staff looks forward to meeting your needs.

 

Gordon Jenkinson - Proprietor & Licensee

Born and bred in the Snowy Mountains, Gordon’s business background was in the meat and livestock industry until the abattoirs ceased to process for the domestic market. The family business and farm were sold, necessitating a change of profession.

Gordon started working for Kosciusko First National Real Estate at the end of 2003 as a sales agent. He purchased a half share in the business in 2007 and completed the full purchase of the business in November 2010. He is now the business owner and Licensee of both Kosciusko First National Real Estate and Jindabyne Accommodation Centre.

Gordon is a very active member of the community and make an effort to really know and genuinely care about his clients. All clients value his expansive knowledge of the local market.

Away from work, Gordon is involved in many local organizations such as Jindabyne Trout Society, Jindabyne Chamber of Commerce, and Lake Jindabyne Shared Trail Committee. His other interests include biking, skiing, boating, golf, and fishing.

 

Tony Anic – Property Manager & Sales Consultant

Tony is the manager of Jindabyne Accommodation Centre and Kosciusko First National Property Management team. He is also a sales consultant. Tony is a committed and experienced professional who recognises that communication is key to providing a first rate service to his owners, buyers, tenants, landlords and guests. He is an enthusiastic part of the Jindabyne Accommodation Centre and Kosciusko First National teams who is dedicated to the success of the business and the satisfaction of his clients.

Tony has gained experience of the holiday rental market through operating his own farm stay just outside of Jindabyne. He and his family are skiing enthusiasts who also enjoy bush walking, fine dining and the healthy lifestyle that the Snowy Mountains has to offer.

 

Kathleen Crocker – Senior Property Manager

Professional and efficient Kathleen has been a part of the Jindabyne Accommodation Centre and Kosciusko First National Real Estate teams since 2007. Kathleen plays a very important role within the company, Overseeing Property Management, Administration and supporting the Sales team.

Kathleen was born and bred in the Snowy Mountains Region and comes from a large family that still reside in the local area. Kathleen and her partner own property in Jindabyne and are raising their son here. He attends the Jindbayne Central School.

Before joining the Jindabyne Accommodation Centre and Kosciusko First National Real Estate teams, Kathleen worked in a variety of local industries including a restaurant in Thredbo and Westpac bank in Jindabyne. 

Kathleen and her family also have the role of onsite managers of Ecocrackenback on Wollondibby Road (Off the Alpine Way).

 

Mel Stonestreet – Property Manager

Melissa joined the Kosciusko First National team in January 2016. With a background in retail management and having run a small business for the last decade, Melissa brings a wealth of local property knowledge and experience to the team. Melissa has worked with the property management team closely over the past 8 years having owned her own cleaning and commercial laundry business.

Originally from Lower Blue Mountains and then the Central Coast of NSW, Melissa and her husband who is well known in the local Mountain Bike community moved to Jindabyne 14 years ago with their baby daughter. Her son was born at Cooma Hospital over 12 years ago, and both her children attend Jindabyne Central School. Melissa loves the Snowy Mountains and her home set out of town on The Barry Way.

With an eye for detail and organisation Melissa is a welcome asset to the Kosciusko First National team.

 

TESTIMONIALS

Jindabyne Accommodation Centre have proven to be an excellent property management team since moving our property into their care. We have seen significantly improved returns and careful monitoring of our property has ensured that the standard has been well maintained. We have been impressed with their professional and effective management and highly recommend their services to other owners.

-Dawn Astles, owner, The Elements West   

Jindabyne Accommodation Centre have provided outstanding management services for our ecocrackenbeck resort, since gaining stewardship of the site in 2014. After tumultuous experiences with previous managers, JAC have brought a level of integrity, professionalism and industry competence to our letting operations at Crackenback. These services include resort caretaking, on site residential managment, property marketing and holiday letting. Through JAC and their affiliate KFN, ecocrackenback has become a show piece resort, guest ratings are fantastic and financial returns to owners have improved significantly. I could not recommend Jindabyne Accommodation Centre and KFN more highly to property owners seeking the regions very best managers of their holiday properties.

-Phillip Langworthy ( Chairman of Owners Committee, Ecocrackenback ) 

 

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