Thredbo

Ski resorts in Australia

Snow forecast

  • Thursday

    0 cm
    Sun/clear sky

    3 m/s
  • Friday

    0.8 cm snow
    Sleet

    5 m/s
  • Saturday

    3.2 cm snow
    Sun/clear sky
    -5°
    2 m/s
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eriknilsson
31/03/2010
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Thredbo is probably the best resort in Australia, but it does not matter so much. It's less than Perisher's solid tuning is even more general. Too expensive for what a man gets back. There are buses from Canberra that run every day that you can climb in Jindabyne if you book online. They are called Murray's and Lever's. Not so bad at price.

Those at Thredbo have tried as much as they could to create a fun ski resort. Fast snow does not really fit into Australia. If you are already in Australia, man should be able to watch something different and fast for two days, and it is not worth going to Australia for the sake of skiing.

Tove Ekdahl
Tove Ekdahl (Guest)
25/04/2006
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When there is snow, the ride is pretty good, I think, but it's a bit sour when you get down halfway down because it's made up of spring ...

Do you have some time o friends with a car, Dead Horse Gap is a good off-road trip. Otherwise, the golf course is sketchy and a bit more easily accessible. When it's just snowing, it's up to the first lift, after lunch it's all uphill. There are two good parks and above all it's a happy atmosphere at the resort.

Living in Thredbo is very expensive, except for YHA Hostlet, but it's relatively expensive with it. Otherwise you can live in Jindabyne which is the nearest village 3 miles away. Then you have the choice to go to Perisher, another ski resort about 3 miles away. There are unfortunately no buses Jindabyne-Thredbo without it's thumbs up and lifts that apply. Ask someone for "hitchingspot" where it's easiest to be picked up!
 

bjnbir97
16/02/2004
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We were to Thredbo in July 2003. It was at the start of the season. Cannon weather, but some snow. Skiing is exclusive in Australia, which also reviews the price of ski passes, rental stuff, etc.

We were very pleased after a day in Thredbo. Great to ride around Eucalyptus trees.

Fairly slippery slopes, but well worth a visit.
You can live cheaper in Jindabyne. We took a Greyhound bus from Sydney. Went 22.00 and arrived at 06.30. Buses run in both directions every day.

anna_thoursie
26/11/2003
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Thredbo is a good ski resort for the average rider.
I was there in September and then there was not much snow. It was expensive accommodation, but a great experience to go skiing when there were red parrots in the trees.

A fun place to visit just for the good sake.

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