June 10th, 2021 Snowfall Gallery

Snow continued falling yesterday in the resorts, heaviest falls in the north where Perisher, Thredbo and Charlotte Pass picked up another 50-60cm, Falls Creek around 17cm, Hotham a bit less and unfortunately it warmed up in the south and Mt Buller and Baw Baw had their new snow washed away by rain.

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June 9th 2021 Snowfall Photo Gallery

Snow started to fall yesterday in the resorts but today looks like being the day of the heaviest falls in the north and unfortunately a bit wet later in the south. We will add to this gallery as the day progresses and hopefully show images from not just in and around the resorts but also of snow reaching areas that don’t often see snow.

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Digital annual passes for Kosciuszko National Park make snow season easy

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is making the snow season easier for visitors with new digital annual pass entry to Kosciuszko National Park.
For the first time, when visitors buy a new digital annual pass from the NPWS website before leaving home, it will be automatically linked to their vehicle registration and ready to use straight away.

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Australia’s oldest Olympian honoured on his 99th Birthday at Thredbo

When ‘The Tors’ run was re-named Frank’s Face at Thredbo today, it is in honour of Thredbo resident and Australia’s oldest living Olympian Frank Prihoda as he celebrates his 99th birthday. But this is just the ski tip of an incredible story.

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Opening weekend and early season outlook

COVID-19 spreading across Australia in March and increasing dramatically in cases during April had it looking like any thoughts of snow season was a pipe dream at best. The Australian public and businesses did a great job in flattening the curve to an extent that the Federal and State governments of NSW and Victoria have given the OK to run a snow season that will commence from the 22nd of June.

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