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Thredbo 0 | Perisher 12.9° | Falls 18.9° | Hotham N/A


Updated: January 29th, 4:09am
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  PERISHER
Ski Rider
Only 11kms from Perisher. Free parking and Free guest shuttle to lifts. Stay close to the snow without paying on-snow prices.
  THREDBO
Thredbo Apartments
We also offer special deals on all your rentals, your Thredbo lift passes & lessons – even return bus travel.
  PERISHER
Perisher Manor
The Perisher Manor is the perfect choice - affordable accommodation in a true ski-in, ski-out location right to the door step of the main lifts and runs.

EPIC AUSTRALIA PASS, BUY NOW - $49 DEPOSIT!
The Epic Australia Pass replaces Perisher’s popular Freedom Pass with a new look and unmatched benefits, and includes unlimited access to Perisher in the 2016 season in addition to access to nine world-class resorts in the United States in the 2016/2017 season.

The Epic Australia Pass is on sale now for only AU$849 for adults, AU$479 for students and AU$599 for seniors. Valid from June 2016 until May 2017, the Epic Australia Pass is unbeatable value and allows for year-round skiing and snowboarding.
THREDBO LAUNCHES 2016 - 365 SEASON PASS SALE
Thredbo is offering customers the ultimate in flexibility, with the choice of an all year round pass - The Thredbo 365 Pass, with Mountain Collective benefits; or a 2016 Thredbo Winter Pass, to make the most of the season.
The Thredbo 365 Pass provides unlimited access to Thredbo for winter 2016 and summer 15/16, including mountain biking. Thanks to Thredbo’s membership of The Mountain Collective, pass holders will also receive an amazing combination of benefits at some of their favourite snow destinations worldwide.
NEW BOARD APPOINTMENTS FOR 2016
Mount Hotham Alpine Resort Management Board would like to welcome four new Board members who have been appointed to join Nicole Feeney, David Anstee and Stephen Clement who have been reappointed to the Board for another term.
The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning have released, Nicole Feeney has been appointed Chair of the Board. Nicole held the role of Chair from 2009-2012 and has been on the Board since 2007. Maxine Morand has been appointed as Deputy Chair, with Julia Hunter, Jo Shannon and Andrew Skewes the new appointments to the Board.
We would like to thank the retiring Board members Tim Piper, Ron Mason, Peter Hagenauer and former Chair, Deb Spring for their efforts and service while on the Board. We look forward to them all returning to Mount Hotham in their various capacities in the future.