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Overview

Dinner Plain

Make your way to Dinner Plain and nestle in among the snowgums on the high plains of the High Country, enjoying snowy adventures in the wintertime and outdoor fun in the warmer months. Stay in luxury accommodation inspired by the historic cattlemen's huts of the surrounding region and feel a million miles from city life.

White nights

Seek out a relaxing sanctuary from nearby Mount Hotham during the winter months and feel the difference. Ski around Dinner Plain's meandering cross-country trails and gentle downhill slope with beginners' poma lift. Snowshoe around the village, toboggan with the little 'uns and make their day with a dog sled tour across the mountain. Take a ski lesson to get the basics down and then hire your gear and make your way to Mount Hotham ski resort, just 10 kilometres away.

Spring and summer

When the snow melts and the ski resorts all but close, you'll discover this alpine village in full working order, ready to accommodate you. Spoil yourself at the indoor-outdoor, Japanese-style Onsen Retreat and Spa. Take Sunday high tea with a glass of local sparkling at Rundells Alpine Lodge.

Summer in the High Country brings a whole new range of inspiring activities. Discover the local cattlemen history on a horseback riding adventure through the Alpine National Park. Try a game of high altitude tennis, grab a map and walk from village to village, or challenge yourself on the 10-kilometre trail from Mount Hotham.

Two wheels

Make the most of Dinner Plain's rugged terrain, one of the Alpine Ascent Challenge's 7 Peaks. Test your skills on single tracks, downhill rides and rock garden jumps. For those looking for something more relaxing, hit the road and explore the area's historic villages and quaint cafes.

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Things to do

Dinner Plain

Road trips & itineraries

The Great Alpine Road

Drive one of Australia's great touring routes, The Great Alpine Road, and explore Victoria's north-east down to the jaw-dropping Gippsland Lakes.

National parks & reserves

Alpine National Park

Lose yourself in spectacular mountain landscapes, wild rivers, impressive escarpments, snow gum forests and wide open grasslands known as high plains.

Mountain biking

Mount Hotham to Dinner Plain mountain bike trail

Ride between the two alpine villages on a trail with sheltering snow gums and open plains.

Skiing

Dinner Plain Alpine Village

Dinner Plain Alpine Village is located on the Great Alpine Road, surrounded by the Alpine National Park. If you love a relaxed village atmosphere,...

Skiing

Hotham Alpine Resort

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Walking & hiking

Mt Hotham/Dinner Plain Ski Trail

Strap on the cross-country skis for a half-day outing among snow gum woodlands and open snowy plains on the edges of the Alpine National Park.

Walking & hiking

Mt Bogong via Staircase Spur Trail

Work your way to the top of Victoria's highest and most beautiful peak and experience the commanding views of this high country wilderness.

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