Adjacent to the spectacular Bogong High Plains and part of the Alpine National Park, Falls Creek village in north-east Victoria lies 1600 metres above sea level and the highest altitude at 1842 metres.

Victoria’s largest alpine resort, Falls Creek is an easy four-and-a-half-hour drive from Melbourne and a full day’s drive from Sydney. If a road trip isn’t on your agenda, you can choose to fly to Albury and take a short coach ride or hire a car from the airport.

With 15 ski lifts, 92 ski runs and 65km of cross-country trails, there’s skiing and snowboarding for everyone from beginners and families through to advanced skiers and riders. For those not wanting to ski or board, there’s a range of different activities, from the snow bungy trampoline that operates daily, to the snow-tubing park and skate ramp.

Statistics

Highest lifted altitude: 1,780m
Skiable area: 450ha
Snow making area: 110ha
Total number of lifts: 15
Beginners terrain: 17%
Intermediate terrain: 60%
Advanced terrain: 23%
Terrain park: 4
Snow sports school: YES
Night skiing: YES