Charlotte Pass

With a broad range of accommodation options, reliable snow cover, as well as exciting on and off snow features, Charlotte Pass Snow Resort offers a unique snow experience that is unlike any other.

Perisher

Perisher is Australia’s most popular snow holiday destination. Located in the picturesque Kosciuszko National Park in NSW, its four resort areas Perisher Valley, Smiggin Holes, Blue Cow and Guthega make it the Southern Hemisphere’s largest alpine resort. Perisher’s varied terrain is suitable for all ages and ability levels from first timer’s right up to experts.

Selwyn

Selwyn is the only family owned and operated ski resort located in the beautiful Snowy Mountains of New South Wales.
Selwyn is here to show you what the snow is all about and how to have a good time with your family and your friends!

Thredbo

If you are after the one stop adventure destination then Thredbo, nestled in the heart of the Snowy Mountains, ticks all the boxes.
Perched high in the Kosciuszko National Park, Thredbo is famous for its exceptional snowy terrain including the longest runs in the country and a great mix of terrain for everyone, then add a village full of parties and events and you have the ideal winter escape.

Dinner Plain

Located high in the mountains in the heart of the Great Alpine Road halfway between the Great Alpine Valleys and the Gippsland Lakes, Victoria. Relax by the fireside, wine and dine, or during the winter months spoil yourself with a visit to the Onsen Retreat and Spa.

Falls Creek

Falls Creek is one of Australia’s most popular alpine resorts and the place to be in winter. You may have cycled the High Country before but nothing compares when snow starts to fall and transforms the Resort into a winter wonderland. Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowplay and more awaits you at Falls in winter.

Lake Mountain

If you’re looking for a great day out for all the family, an adrenalin fix or simply to connect with nature, Lake Mountain is your answer.
With a double-billing of extremes – a peaceful escape to one of Victoria’s most exciting all-year-round outdoor playgrounds – the resort has something for everyone ranging from scenic picnic spots and panoramic outlooks to bushwalks and environmental tours to action-packed activities like the exhilarating 240-metre flying fox, all-weather tube run and laser skirmish.

Mt Baw Baw

Mt Baw Baw alpine village is Melbourne’s closest downhill ski resort offering a fun, safe and affordable snow experience through winter and endless hours of outdoor adventure year round.

Mt Buller

With over 300 hectares of skiable terrain, there is something to appeal to all levels of ability. Mt Buller’s runs range from the wide beginner’s slopes of Bourke St and Burnt Hut Spur, to the challenge of our black runs like Chamois and the back of Summit.

Mt Stirling

As a true adventure playground, Mt Stirling has something to offer everyone – from school groups and families, to naturalists and outdoor enthusiasts.
Mt Stirling is the only Victorian alpine resort with a largely undeveloped and unspoilt true alpine summit, offering a readily accessible ‘semi-wilderness’ experience for visitors. This fact, combined with the resort’s wealth and diversity of environmental characteristics and its close proximity to Melbourne (230 km), makes Mt Stirling unique in the Australian Alps.

Ben Lomond

Ben Lomond Ski field Area is Tasmania’s Premier ski resort that offers spectacular alpine scenery within the Ben Lomond National Park.
The Alpine Village is located at the foot of the of the ski slopes and there are toboggan and snow play areas, downhill and cross country skiing and snowboarding.

Mount Mawson

Mount Mawson is located within the Mount Field National Park approx. 1½ hours drive from Hobart in southern Tasmania. The ski area is at an altitude of approximately 1250m and usually gets fairly consistent snow falls during winter resulting in sufficient cover for downhill skiing from mid July to mid September. The area is also highly regarded by those enjoying cross country / alpine touring activities and it’s a popular starting point for tours.

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