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Nice location with plenty of good ski runs. Many different locations on the slopes and base areas for refreshments. Some of the lifts are very old and could use an update. Staff very friendly and informative. Will return again.
Love Thredbo as our yearly holiday. Nothing better than being able to spend a week on the slopes with the family. Daughter 10, Son 14, wife and I still attend Thredbo ski lessons to try and improve skills. Bets way to get shown how to...More
I knew this would be expensive when I was charged $6.90 for a Gatorade and champed by the cafe owner . $34 for a shoe locker for 2 days . Restaurants are basically Sydney prices x 1.5 . Food on the ski fields isn’t bad...More
I ski at both Thredbo and Perisher during the season. I prefer to stay at Thredbo as I like the village atmosphere. There is a lot more choices for dinner in Thredbo compared to Perisher during winter.
Plenty of slopes to ski above this alpine village. Not as much snow as Perisher but more accomodation and bigger village. No tobogganing unlike Perisher which has toboggan runs. Despite being busy we found some untouched snow and the children enjoyed snow play.
I was so disappointed. this alpine village had so little to offer for a person to stay most of the day.. there are some very expensive shops, but not enough stores for the average shopper..there was not a good tourist shop to buy souvnveirs to...More
A lovely village to stroll around in . At the base of the mountain so very easy to enjoy the various cafes and bars the place has to offer
The temperature I. Winter sits at around 0 degrees give or take so it’s easy to...More
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If you want to be sure of good snow, go in July or August. There's nothing more disappointing than arriving for your holiday to find bare ground. It will certainly cost you less to go in June but it's a false economy if... More
If you want to be sure of good snow, go in July or August. There's nothing more disappointing than arriving for your holiday to find bare ground. It will certainly cost you less to go in June but it's a false economy if you can't guarantee what you're going for --- actual snow. Enjoy.