Selecting a Snowy Mountains resort

Whether you're a beginner, an intermediate, or an expert skier or snowboarder, you'll find slopes to suit your experience level.

Perisher and its surrounding villages make up the southern hemisphere's biggest alpine resort. With 47 chairlifts servicing a 12 square kilometre area, Perisher's varied terrain suits all ages and ability levels. The resort features five terrain parks, two half-pipes, and more than 100km of marked cross-country trails. There is a wide variety of accommodation, dining and apres-ski options.

Skiing on Thredbo slopes, Snowy Mountains

Thredbo offers plenty of attractions for all ages, from dedicated beginner slopes, to long expert runs and back-country adventures. The new-look terrain park gives thrill-seekers an adrenaline rush, while children will love the Snow Play area with tobogganing and snow tubing runs. Thredbo Leisure Centre also has a 50m indoor pool, gym, and childcare centre. 

Charlotte Pass is good for beginners and families. With a limited number of guests in the village at any time, skiers are guaranteed short lift lines. Taking a day off from the slopes? Try a snowshoe tour or groomer ride and get involved in the lively apres-ski scene. Choose from a wide range of on-snow accommodation catering to a wide range of budgets.

Charlotte Pass Ski Resort - Kosciuszko National Park

Selwyn Snowfields is perfect for beginners. To the north of Kosciuszko National Park, the family-friendly slopes progress across the mountain from beginner to advanced trails. Relax in a cosy cafe and enjoy a treat in the donut bar, while the kids have fun in the Snow Sports School Centre. You can also try snow tubing and tobogganing.

You'll find plenty of accommodation options in the nearby towns of Tumut, Adaminaby or Cooma.

THINGS TO DO AND PLACES TO STAY

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  1. Festival of the Falling Leaf

    Sunday 29 April 2018 , Tumut

    Autumn in Tumut offers one of the most spectacular display of seasonal colours to be found anywhere in New South Wales. In 1954 the local headmaster, Alf Wood, introduced the idea of a festival to celebrate the arrival of autumn and the f…

    29 Apr
  2. John Briscoe Art Award Exhibition

    Saturday 05 May 2018 to Sunday 27 May 2018 , Cooma

    The John Briscoe Memorial Art Prize is the Monaro's most prestigious art award and is sponsored by the Briscoe family in memory of their father, a prominent Monaro artist. There are a variety of categories recognising the artistic talent …

    05 May - 27 May
  3. Steampunk@Altitude

    Saturday 05 May 2018 to Sunday 06 May 2018 , Cooma

    A celebration of Steampunk, inspired by Victorian design and fiction, and influenced by 19th Century industrial steam-powered machinery, attire, architecture, and lifestyle both real and imaginary. The historic industrial setting of the Mon…

    05 May - 06 May
  4. Mothers Day at Cascades Restaurant

    Sunday 13 May 2018 , Thredbo

    Spoil mum this Mother’s Day at Cascades Restaurant. The team at Cascades Restaurant will be pulling out all the stops to make sure your mum fills special with delicious food, scenic mountain views, an extensive wine list and friendly servic…

    13 May
  5. Snowy Mountains Photography Weekends

    Friday 18 May 2018 to Sunday 20 May 2018 , Jindabyne

    Fill your viewfinder with stunning shots of Snowy Mountain landscapes, cascading rivers and streams, rugged countryside and majestic snowgums. Lake Crackenback Resort and Spa is excited to be offering Landscape Photography Weekends with …

    18 May - 20 May
  6. Batlow CiderFest

    Saturday 19 May 2018 , Batlow

    Batlow CiderFest is a full-on communal street party celebrating the end of the apple harvest and the best boutique ciders grown and brewed locally. Growers, producers, locals and their visitors enjoy some hard-earned down time after the lo…

    19 May