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Victorian Snowfields

By Emma Smith

Queen’s Birthday signals the start of Victoria’s Snow Season!

Mt Buller – Already open and Ready to Party
Skiing and snowboarding is underway at Mt Buller following a special early opening celebration on Bourke Street on Friday 2 June.

Mt Buller tested out the new stadium lighting on the Bourke Street ski run and hundreds of skiers and boarders turned out for a ski to mark the early start to the season!

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It’s snowing at Hotham!
Mount Hotham saw approximately 22 centimetres of snowfall over the weekend, with snow expected to continue falling on Tuesday and Wednesday.

An additional 5 – 10 cm is predicted to fall during the week and further conditions into next week are expected to be prime for snowmaking.

The dumping of snow comes in perfect time with just two weeks out until Mount Hotham announces the start of its 2017 winter season.

Opening weekend will include a fireworks display expected on Saturday 10 June, and other events and activities prepared for that weekend including live music from various events across the resort.

For more information on Mt Hotham, Click here

Falls Creek
Gear up and get active this winter at Falls Creek, Victoria’s largest alpine resort and the spiritual home of cross country skiing. A treasure trove for thrill seekers, Falls Creek boasts true ski-in/ski-out accommodation, 65 kilometres of free cross-country trails, downhill skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, and terrain parks with some of the best rails and jumps around.

For more information on Falls Creek, Click here

Lake Mountain
A beautiful 120-minute drive from Melbourne, Lake Mountain provides families with year-round action and adventure with lots of fun memories to treasure.

Lake Mountain is an all-year destination offering lots of alpine fun for skiers and snow players in the winter, and, during the warmer months, the resort is the perfect day-tripper destination for bushwalking, mountain biking, road cycling, trail running, leisurely picnics and nature walks. The stunning drive to Lake Mountain is an added bonus!

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