This super ski resort comprises seven mountain peaks in the Australian Snowy Mountains and offers an enormous range of winter activities including Nordic skiing, ice skating, tobogganing and tubing. When the day is over Perisher's cafes, nightclubs and bars come alive with exciting entertainment and a vivacious nightlife.
Mid June - early October
8:30am - 5pm
30 beginner runs, 65 intermediate runs and 80 advanced runs
1640m base elevation, 2054m top elevation
Group and private lessons are available for kids and adults at various ski levels
Cost of a Day Pass:
Parking is limited unless staying on site
The nearest main airport to Perisher is Canberra Airport, just over 200km away. Flights from Sydney and New Castle also reach the Snowy Mountains Airport in winter, which is only 76km from Perisher. Book flights online
An underground alpine railway system operates between Bullocks Flat and Perisher. Privately-operated shuttles also run from Jindabyne and Canberra to Perisher.
Perisher has a range of accommodation options including hotels, apartments and lodges, located on site and near by in Jindabyne. Book accommodation online
Car hire is available close by in Albury and the Snowy Mountains Airport. 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.
Perisher hosts a range of major events throughout the ski season including the family friendly Spring Carnival, the entertaining Snowy Mountains Music Festival and the thrilling Playstation Night Slopestyle Series.
All Inclusive Packages
For an all inclusive ski holiday package including flights, tours, ski passes and more please contact a Flight Centre consultant on 133 133 or fill in the enquiry form below.
Download the below PDF for a detailed map of the different trails available at Perisher. On this map, green lines represent the easiest trails, blue are intermediate and black lines are the hardest trails. The straight red lines mark the ski lifts.