Selwyn Snow Resort

A wonderful destination for a family snow day, the Selwyn Snow Resort is in the picturesque Kosciuszko National Park in the NSW Snowy Mountains. The Selwyn snowfields are popular with families and beginners, with terrain for all skill levels and a snow park for tubing and tobogganing.

Getting to Mount Selwyn is easy. The surrounding areas of Tumbarumba, Tumut and Cooma are great bases for day trips, with accommodation options to suit various budgets. If you’re driving, please read these snow-driving safety tips before you set out for a fun day on the beautiful slopes.

Mount Selwyn - Tobogganing - Kosciuszko National Park

The nearest accommodation is Wolgal Hut, inside the park near the historic town of Kiandra where Norwegian gold prospectors in 1861 started skiing in Australia with skis made from wooden fence palings. There are several heritage buildings in Kiandra, a short drive northeast of Mount Selwyn.

The Selwyn snowfields cover 45 hectares. There are 10 lifts and runs for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders. The gently progressing terrain is ideal for first-timers, and a team of instructors will have you gliding down the gentle slopes on skis or a snowboard in no time.

Mount Selwyn - learning to ski - Kosciuszko National Park

Group and private skiing and snowboarding lessons are available at the family-operated snow resort, which has spectacular views of the snowbound Jagungal and Tabletop mountains. There are special activities for the kids, too, including a snow-awareness program for children as young as 18 months.

In the mini terrain park, you can practice your freestyle skills on rails, boxes, jumps and bumps. For off-piste adventure, enjoy exploring 45km of marked cross-country skiing trails, ranging from 2.5km to 15km. Before traversing the winter wonderland, please read these alpine safety tips carefully.

With the highest elevation 1,614 metres, Mount Selwyn enjoys reliable snow cover, and is blanketed with pristine snowfall throughout the ski season. A snowmaking system provides extra cover. You can hire all your essential equipment, including skis, boards, boots and outwear, at the snow resort.

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  1. Cannonball Mountain Bike Festival

    Wednesday 05 December 2018 to Sunday 09 December 2018 , Thredbo

    The Thredbo Cannonball MTB Festival 2018 celebrates six years as Australia’s biggest gravity inspired MTB festival, and once again will set the standard with an array of unrivalled events and nonstop entertainment. Cannonball will again see…

    05 Dec - 09 Dec
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    Event dates to be confirmed: December 2018 , Thredbo

    The famous Thredbo New Year’s Party is a great way to welcome the new year. Thredbo will be the place to be with a big street party and entertainment for all ages. The kids will warm up the Village Square from 5pm with an early street par…

    31 Dec
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    Friday 18 January 2019 to Sunday 20 January 2019 , Kosciuszko National Park

    The Thredbo Blues Festival is back with another amazing program of exceptional Australian and International blues players getting up close and personal in a music festival like no other. With intimate bars and restaurants, spectacular outdo…

    18 Jan - 20 Jan