Thredbo in Winter
Thredbo will open for skiing and snowboarding on 22 June, 2020. Find out more information about the 2020 ski season here.
From Australia’s longest ski runs to thrilling terrain parks, Thredbo is a wonderland of snow sports and the pretty alpine village buzzes with cafes, restaurants and night spots. Enjoy scenic chair lifts as well as night skiing and snowboarding.
Skiing and snowboarding
You’ll find slopes and terrain parks for all levels of experience. A dedicated area is set aside for beginners, and ski and snowboard lessons are available for kids and adults. For scenic views and long runs, take the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift.
Things to do and events
The Thredbo track to the summit is generally snowbound from June to October, and there are no snow poles marking the route. Experienced adventurers can reach the mountaintop on snowshoes or cross-country skis or you can take a guided tour with K7 Adventures to the peak.
Test your freestyle skills in the Thredbo Snow Series’ night rails, slopestyle and big air - jumps. And after an exciting day in the snow, relax in cosy fireside bars and delicious restaurants in the vibrant alpine village. The nightlife is exuberant, with live music and hip DJs.
Thredbo in Summer
From walking Australia’s highest peak to mountain biking and kayaking, Thredbo in the beautiful NSW Snowy Mountains is a great outdoor escape in warmer months. Pristine waters from melting snow-caps flow each spring into the crystal-clear Thredbo River, perfect for rafting and fly fishing.
Hiking and mountain biking
As the snow melts, bushwalking and mountain biking trails in the magnificent Kosciuszko National Park are revealed. You can take the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift to the start of the Kosciuszko walk, a popular day walk to Australia’s highest mountaintop, which takes four or five hours return.
The scenic chairlift will also take you and your mountain bike to the start of the thrilling Thredbo Cannonball Downhill Trail, from November to May. Mt Kosciuszko Walks offers various guided tours, including the summit hike, as well as the more challenging Townsend Hike up Australia’s second highest peak.
Fishing, rivers and lakes
The Thredbo River meanders from Thredbo to Lake Jindabyne and is home to a large number of trout. Classified as a Blue Ribbon stream for trout fishing, the season runs from the October long weekend until the June long weekend. Join a fly fishing guide or tour for tips and to improve your chances of a catch.
Other Thredbo sports and adventures
Follow in the footsteps of the Man from Snowy River, and explore the beautiful area on horseback with Thredbo Valley Horse Riding. Whether you’re an equestrian expert or total beginner, there are guides, horses and rides to suit your needs, while you admire the stunning scenery.
Join K7 Adventures for abseiling, bouldering and climbing tours, with full day and half day tours on offer. Thredbo is also home to Australia’s highest golf course, with 9 holes offering fantastic views of the Thredbo River and Thredbo Valley.
Events and festivals
The exciting events calendar includes great summer festivals, such as the Thredbo Craft Beer Festival and Thredbo Blues Festival. Treat yourself to delicious dining experiences, including vibrant bars and fantastic restaurants.