Ski Resorts

 

Covid-19 safe operations will see a different Ski Season for 2020. Lift Passes and Accommodations must be pre booked prior to arrival. Please go to www.charlottepass.com.au.
Backcountry users and XC skiers must complete a Travel Intention Form prior to arrival – forms are available online at www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au or pick up from the Snowy Region Visitors Centre in Jindabyne.
Charlotte Pass Ski Resort is situated in the heart of the NSW Snowy Mountains.  It is completely snowbound at the top of Australia during winter.  It is a true ski in ski out resort with a number of accommodation options.
Charlotte Pass is only accessible by Oversnow Transport and this in itself is a wonderful experience.
Perisher
Covid-19 safe operations will see a different Ski Season for 2020. Lift Passes and Accommodations must be pre booked prior to arrival. Please go to www.perisher.com.au.
Backcountry users and XC skiers must complete a Travel Intention Form prior to arrival – forms are available online at www.nationalparks.nsw.go.au or pick up from the Snowy Region Visitors Centre in Jindabyne.
Perisher is Australia’s most popular snow holiday destination. Located within Kosciuszko National Park in South Eastern NSW it is incredibly picturesque.  The vast expanse makes it the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest alpine resort.  Perisher’s varied and extensive terrain is suitable for all ages and ability levels.
selwyn
Selwyn Snow Resort is closed for Winter 2020 due to significant bushfire damage. The resort area is completely inaccessible.
Covid-19 safe operations will see a different Ski Season for 2020. Lift Passes and Accommodations must be pre booked prior to arrival. Please go to www.thredbo.com.au.
Backcountry users and XC skiers must complete a Travel Intention Form prior to arrival – forms are available online at www.nationalparks.nsw.go.au or pick up from the Snowy Region Visitors Centre in Jindabyne.
For mountain riders who want it all, Thredbo has the longest and most vertical terrain in the country, with natural hits, wind lips and powder bowls to satisfy even the most advanced riders. Thredbo’s off-piste areas are up there with the best in the southern hemisphere. Whether you are taking on the rollers and kickers off Karels, pumping the boards in the powder off The Bluff or laying them over on the early corduroy of the Supertrail, you’ll have a blast in Thredbo.