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Located in the New South Wales mountain town of Jindabyne we are approximately a 5.5 to 6 hour drive south of Sydney. Our Ski club offers the chance for members, their families and friends to gather in a cosy lakeside home and enjoy a wonderful combination of water and Aussie snowy mountain views!

Situated 918m above sea level, we are just a short stroll to the Jindabyne Pub, shops and many and varied restaurants and bars so you should find plenty of activities to keep you occupied when visiting this family friendly club.

For an enjoyable day on snow or bush walking we are a short 35 minute drive to the main ski fields or a 20 minute drive to the Ski Tube for those of you who do not wish to fit snow chains.
Only 172 Days to the start of season 2018

🎄🎄🎄 Wishing everyone a very happy Christmas and fantatsic new year 🎄🎄🎄

Perisher announces new chairlift for 2019

2017 the best snow this century!, The season started off slowly however the snow gods have ensured there should be a little snow on the main range until the end of the year. After a huge effort the bathroom and laundry rennovations were completed in time for the first dump of the season. Many thanks go to Paul F for sourcing the new washing machine at the right price! The first guests stayed at the end of May and gave the bathrooms a very big thumbs up. Thanks to all who helped get the job done. It is now time to enjoy the hard work of our volounteer work crews.

Perisher Front valley
Guthega
Thredbo
Kosciuszko Walking Track
Snowy Hydro - Snow Charts
Interactive Weather Maps


SKI HIRE 20% off


Once again we have you connected to Great Deals
 
 The Base Ski Hire and ticket booking system allows you to pre organise your rental gear and lift passes before you leave home.

Save $$ on your hire gear and around town when you have a Base Members  Card.

Apply online  or talk to Jason (the owner) about organising your card now!

Your member card will help you get additional discounts on food and fuel at a number of local shops in and around Jindabyne.


Weather
Useless facts: The first snowfall for 2017 was on Monday 10th April with a depth of around 5cm.

The Last snowfall for the 2017 ski season was also around 5cm on Monday 6th November.


for those of you who like Lots of snow stats you might like

Snow Shoe Touring


Spend a day bush walking in virgin snow. This unique experience will show you the mountains in a way that you have never seen them before. Experience the snowy maintains in its purest form with the help of experienced back country guides.


Charlotte Pass



For only $109 you can spend the day skiing well away from the crowds.

Take the oversnow from the Perisher Ski Tube terminal to Charlottes Pass and they will also throw in a hot lunch for each round trip  ticket that you purchase!

Snow Making
Photo taken at Liechardt Loop 24/07/2016 .

Follow Perisher and learn how they make snow when the natural gods are not behaving!

(Air + Water + Cold) = Snow
X Country


For those souls who like to avoid lift queues and  all the associated expenses you can get  a really great workout by making use of one of the Cross Country  trails in Perisher valley.

Ski Tube

Are you tired of having to fit snow chains? Maybe you should consider making use of the Ski Tube

The Ski tube offers an easy ride from Bullocks flat (on the Thredbo road) with the first stop Perisher and then a quick onward journey to Blue Cow terminal.


Snow Cameras

One page for all cameras!

Mt Selwyn



Mt Selwyn offers those who are new to the snow a gentle and  family friendly location to find your feet on snow.

With less challenging runs the Selwyn Snow Fields offers the right environment for the little ones without the high costs of the larger Ski fields.

Lodge Changes

We are looking for your ideas on how to improve our holiday accomodation. The board have lots of ideas of our own but we would like to know what is important to our members so we can continue our planning.


Local
News

Jindabyne's  township and its surrounds offer lots of events all year long. You can catch up on the news via these links.

Snowy Mountains Magazine The iconic free newspaper for all those who visit the mountains!





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