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Discover the magic and excitement of Victoria's snow resorts this winter. Cut up the slopes on skis, snowboards and toboggans, wind your way along spectacular cross-country trails, and gear up for snow-mobile rides, sunset tours and family fun.
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Experience top downhill skiing at Victoria's major resorts - Mount Buller, Falls Creek and Hotham.
Get the kids into the car and head towards Victoria's snowfields for a fun family day to remember.
Victoria's cross-country ski resorts are suitable for people of all ages and abilities.
Drive, catch a bus or fly to Victoria's alpine resorts, mostly lying to the north-east of Melbourne.
Pack your snowboard and hit Victoria's downhill runs, terrain parks and half pipes over winter.
Discover the special bond between human and husky with an unforgettable sled dog experience.
Get the kids on the snow early. Toddlers can learn to ski not long after taking their first steps.
Snow your own way in Victoria's alpine region. Wander to our favourite alpine places to stay and play.
Relax and unwind at Dinner Plain, an eye-catching and relaxed alpine village nestled between the snowgums on the highest freehold land in Australia.
Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort is the closest downhill ski area to Melbourne, making it a popular destination for day-trippers and families alike.
Ski from the slopes to your front door at this alpine wonderland nestled high on the ski fields, with quaint lodges, family digs and luxury hotels.
Known as the 'powder capital' of Australia, Hotham is the highest Victorian ski resort and is renowned for its double black diamond terrain.
Mount Stirling offers inexpensive and accessible snow fields for the whole family including cross country skiing, snow shoeing and toboggan areas.
Visit Falls Creek Alpine Resort, Victoria's largest ski resort and is renowned for its reliable snow cover, cross country trails and terrain parks.
Grab your winter gear and make your way up to the sub alpine climes of Mount Buffalo for a dose of snow play, tobogganing and cross-country skiing.
Well regarded as Australia's premier cross-country ski resort, Lake Mountain is the third most visited cross-country alpine resort in the world.