Falls Creek Ski Resort
Falls Creek Resort Information
Falls Creek features a massive 450 hectares of skiable terrain - that's the largest of any resort in Victoria. With roughly 90 runs accessed by 14 lifts, there is something to suit everybody's ability.There is plenty to choose from off the slopes too, with a variety of snow play activities and events hosted weekly for you to enjoy!
During the snow season it is a legal requirement that all vehicles entering the resort carry snow chains. This includes AWD and 4WD vehicles and applies from the season opening to the last day of the season.
Transfer Information - Melbourne to Falls Creek
Bus - Falls Creek Coach Service
Travel Time - 6.5-7hrs
Departs from Melbourne CBD & Melbourne Tulllamarine Airport.
Days of departure: Daily (Subject to timetable changes)
Travel Time: 5hrs
Departs: Melbourne - Please note chain pick up is available at Myrtleford and Mt Beauty on your way to Falls Creek.
Resort Entry Fees
Winter Peak Rates - June Long Weekend to first Sunday of October
Throughout the declared snow season you must pay a resort entry fee to access Falls Creek. All vehicles entering the resorts must display a valid entry pass.$50* per vehicle.
Overnight Car Parks: Vehicles staying overnight (or for a number of days) must be parked in specified overnight parking areas. Visitors must drive to the Accommodation Transfer Terminal and look for signage indicating "Overnight Parking Here".
Once vehicles are at the overnight parking waiting point, a member of staff will direct youto an available overnight car park. Self-parking is not permitted.
On arrival please proceed to your accommodation check-in point, which is noted on the property description. Please note your accommodation's check-in time. Early arrivals cannot be guaranteed and if arriving early or after hours we strongly recommend you call ahead. Security bonds may apply, please refer to the property description.
*Pricing based on 2018, to be used as guide only.
What To Pack:
The average temperature in Australia over winter is -4°C, therefore it is imperative that you pack a number of layers to stay warm during your stay.
Helmets We strongly recommend that you wear one. They’re comfy, warm and a great way to stay safe.