Jamberoo Action Park is a huge and far-reaching water stop at Curramore, New South Wales. In 1974 the Eddy family purchased a dairy cultivate in Jamberoo Valley. Because of the lofty geology of the land, and following the diminishment of drain portions on the NSW South Coast soon after the Eddy family purchased the land, running the ranch rapidly ended up unfruitful. Seeking after an elective use to dairy cultivating on their property, the Eddy family opened a grass skiing office and began by requesting ten sets from Italian grass ski maker Rolka.
The skis were an awesome achievement and, to encourage a business task with speedier and less demanding climbs they fabricated a rope tow on a steel link, fueled by a Holden engine. Another 20 sets of skis were foreign made and contracted out from a neglected homestead shed. In mid-1980 the Eddy family set out on the formation of a diversion stop with a courtesies building, eatery and auto stop, and chairlift. The chairlift was sourced from the Snowy Mountains as a feature of an unsuccessful plan to connect the Charlotte Pass chalet to the Alpine Way at Thredbo.
This wander was relinquished after high breezes and rehashed substantial snowfalls rendered it inoperable. As the lift was separated inside a National Park it was expelled by helicopter in pieces as the denied elective was to drive vehicles rough terrain. Having expelled every one of the pieces from the Alpine National Park, the Eddy family composed its transportation to Jamberoo.