Onyx 3 is a wonderful modern chalet, with two bedrooms and a loft bedroom in the Woodbridge Three area of Thredbo. It is only a short walk to Friday Flats and the ski school as well as the heart of Thredbo...
Accommodation in Thredbo
Located 500 kilometres south of Sydney (about a five hour drive), Thredbo, in the Snowy Mountains, is heaven for skiers, snowboarders, or anyone who simply loves getting out and about in the great outdoors. Although Thredbo is most famous for its spectacular ski runs, it is also a popular holiday destination during the warmer months - offering a wealth of activities including rock climbing, fishing, abseiling, cycling and more.
Whether you're looking for a budget vacation or a luxurious weekend away, Thredbo has accommodation options to suit any budget. If you want to stay close to the snow, there are a number of hotels, cabins lodges located near Friday Flats - giving you easy access to the ski fields. From large groups through to solo travellers, there are plenty of places to stay in and around the Thredbo Alpine Village.
On-snow accommodation puts you right in the heart of the action. You'll enjoy being close not just to the chairlifts and ski runs, but to the bustling hub of bars, shops and restaurants that are nestled in the village.
Alternatively, the neighbouring town of Jindabyne provides a wide assortment of guesthouses, cabins, self-contained apartments, motels, hotels and backpacker hostels. Jindabyne is only a short drive from Friday Flats, and it also boasts an exciting selection of local restaurants, as well as supermarkets and ski shops.
A map of Thredbo will show you the layout of the Village and surrounding areas. If you choose to stay on-snow, most of the attractions are accessible by foot or by shuttle bus. Maps are also available that show you the layout and difficulty levels of the ski runs (from first-timers through to advanced skiers, Thredbo caters to all skill levels).
To get maximum value for money, ski packages are available - often incorporating accommodation, ski passes, meals and sometimes even ski lessons into the cost. Ski passes are great for those who are visiting the snow for the first time as they take the confusion and hassle out of organising your trip. It's recommended that you do a bit of research before you book - mid-week specials present an opportunity to save a bit of money, and off-peak packages are also an excellent way to enjoy Thredbo on a shoestring.
In Easter, Thredbo comes alive with holiday-makers travelling down for the Easter long weekend. Autumn is a particularly beautiful time of year for the region, and there are plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy. Whether you're a seasoned snowboarder or an avid hiker, there is always something to see and do all year round at Thredbo.
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