White powdery snow is plentiful at Thredbo. Not only does the ski resort boast the largest snow making system in the southern hemisphere, but when the mountain is fully covered with snow, it is home to the longest ski runs in the country. With world class ski fields, it's little wonder that the Australian Institute of Sport's Alpine Training Centre is based in Thredbo.
Mid June - early October
8:30am - 4:30pm
9 beginner runs, 25 intermediate runs and 14 advanced runs
Elevation: 1365m base elevation, 2037m top elevation
Lifts: 5 t-bars lifts, 3 hi-speed quads, 3 double chair lifts, 2 snow runners and 1 quad lift
Group and private lessons are available for kids and adults
Cost of a Day Pass: AU$107
There are over 2,500 car park spaces available on site
The nearest main airport to Thredbo is Canberra Airport, just over 200km away. Flights from Sydney and Newcastle also reach the Snowy Mountains Airport in winter, which is only 80km from Perisher Blue.
Privately-operated shuttles also run from Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane to Thredbo.
Thredbo has a range of accommodation options including hotels, apartments and lodges, located on site and close by in Jindabyne.
Car hire is available close by in Albury and the Snowy Mountains Airport. During winter, snow chains for your tires are essential so be sure to also hire chains.
Skiing and snowboarding are great activities. So you can enjoy the snow with peace of mind, consider travel insurance for your winter holiday.
Thredbo hosts a range of major events throughout the ski season, from sporting events, food and wine festivals and family friendly activities. Highlights of the Thredbo calendar include the Clicquot in the Snow festival, Thredbo Ski Racing Cup and World Rookie Fest.
All Inclusive Packages
For an all inclusive ski holiday package including flights, tours, ski passes and more please contact a Flight Centre consultant on 800 11 444 or fill in the enquiry form below.
Download the below PDF for a detailed map of the different trails available at Thredbo. On this map, green lines represent the easiest trails, blue are more difficult and black lines are the most difficult trails. There are also 'Supertrails' marked with orange lines. The straight red lines represent ski lifts.