Surrounded by the picturesque Bogong High Plains and the Alpine National Park, Falls Creek stands 1600 metres above sea level and offers an extensive range of snow activities for the whole family. Witness the glorious Victorian hinterland by ski run, cross country trail, snow board, snow bungy trampoline, snow bike, snow tube or even a helicopter tour.
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Mid June - early October
8:30am - 5pm, during night skiing lifts run until 9:30pm
27 beginner runs, 43 intermediate runs and 30 advanced runs
Group lessons, private lessons and specialty classes are available
Cost of a Day Pass:
Day parking is available from 7am
The nearest main airport to Falls Creek is Albury Airport, located just over 120km away. Direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne reach Albury. Book flights online
Trains from Sydney and Melbourne also service Albury Station while privately-operated shuttles run from Melbourne and Albury to Falls Creek.
Falls Creek has hotel, apartment and lodge accommodation on the mountain as well as a range of accommodation options located off the mountain. Book accommodation online
Car hire is available close by in Albury. During winter, snow chains for your tires are essential so be sure to also hire chains. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
Skiing and snowboarding are great activities. So you can enjoy the snow with peace of mind, consider travel insurance for your winter holiday.
Falls Creek holds fun activities and events all throughout the ski season. From the extreme Ice Plunge, an ice cold swim to celebrate the first day of winter, to a range of thrilling ski competitions and free night shows featuring live music, entertainment and fireworks, Falls Creek has something for everyone.
Download the below PDF for a detailed map of the different trails available at Falls Creek. On this map, green lines represent the beginner trails, blue are intermediate and black lines are the advanced trails. The straight red lines mark the ski lifts.