Mt Hotham

Hotham is one of Australia's highest alpine villages. Built on a spectacular mountain ridge, the resort features majestic views and terrain to suit all abilities. The village has a snowsports school, day-care centre, day spas, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. The huge range of day and night activities includes kat skiing, sunset and grooming tours, dog sled adventures and mini-snowmobile rides for the kids.


Fast facts
Number of lifts: 13
Number of runs: 80+
Skiable area: 320 ha


Beginner terrain: 20%
Intermediate terrain: 40%
Advanced terrain: 40%


Falls Creek

Falls Creek is Victoria's largest alpine resort. The resort offers true ski-in/ski-out accommodation, skiing and snowboarding for all abilities and a huge range of activities both day and night. If it's adventure you're after, Falls Creek’s terrain parks feature some of the best rails and jumps around, plus 65 kilometres of free cross-country trails, making it the home of cross-country skiing. Falls Creek is the official training base for the Australian national cross-country team and hosts the annual Kangaroo Hoppet, the largest snowsport event in the southern hemisphere.  The village also has a day care centre, day spa and plenty of shopping, restaurants and night life.


Fast facts
Number of lifts: 15
Number of runs: 92+
Skiable area: 450 ha

Beginner terrain: 17%
Intermediate terrain: 60%
Advanced terrain: 23%


Mt Buller

An easy three hour drive from Melbourne, Mt Buller is the most accessible major snow resort in Australia. Thanks to its proximity to Melbourne airport, Mt Buller has become a premier ski destination for snow enthusiasts from across Australia and around the world. With spectacular views and amazing runs, it is the ideal escape for an exhilarating day trip or extended holiday.
There’s so much to do at Mt Buller – both on and off the snow – you won’t know where to start. From sightseeing and tobogganing to movies, snowshoeing, day spas and sports, Mt Buller has a range of activities to keep every member of the family entertained.
Mt Buller boasts Victoria’s largest lift network, with 22 lifts capable of moving 40,000 people an hour. This extensive range of lifts gives skiers and snowboarders access to over 300 hectares of terrain, with something to appeal to all levels of ability. The resort’s varied runs range from wide beginner slopes to challenging black runs, plus three terrain parks and an ultra cross course.
Over 30 bars and restaurants provide a range of delectable treats, from quick snacks to fine dining and offer a choice of nightlife options. A great range of events are held throughout the snow season, with ski and snowboard competitions, food and wine festivals, film festivals and much more.


Fast facts
Number of lifts: 22
Number of runs: 80+
Skiable area: 300 ha
Halfpipe: Yes

Beginner terrain: 20%
Intermediate terrain: 45%
Advanced terrain: 35%


Dinner Plain

Nestled between the snow gums on the highest freehold land in Australia, Dinner Plain is an eye-catching and unique alpine village only 10 kilometres from Mount Hotham. With chalets built from stone, timber and corrugated iron, Dinner Plain reflects the heritage of the alpine high country. Relax by the fireside, explore the cross country trails, horse ride or take a mountain bike ride.
Dinner Plain has over 200 lodges and chalets catering for couples, families and groups. The village boasts all the conveniences of a modern ski resort, including a comprehensive ski hire service, ski school and beginners ski run.






Fast facts
Dinner Plain is above the snowline at an altitude

of 1520 metres above sea level.

Distinctive architect-designed village.
Located 10 kilometres from the Mount Hotham Alpine Resort.





Bring the family for snowplay on the plateau in winter, and watch snow cascade into waterfalls in spring.