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Snow Trip Checklist

Planning a snow holiday can seem like a daunting task. To help you through this process we've put together this check list to ensure you're all set for your Falls Creek holiday.

When should I visit?

The official Falls Creek snow season is from the Queen's Birthday Weekend through to the first Sunday in October. 

Where should I stay?

Whether you want the quintessential Australian ski lodge experience, be fully pampered in a luxury hotel, or prefer a self-catering apartment for the whole family, Falls Creek offers a wide range of accommodation options to choose from, catering for groups and budgets of all sizes.

Falls Creek is a 100% ski-in, ski-out village in peak snow conditions (generally mid-July to mid-September), so staying in the village offers a wonderfully unique experience where you can ski or board straight out the door!

To secure your home away from home, we recommend booking as early as you can as the resort can book out quickly (particularly over the School Holidays and peak season weekends).


How do you get to Falls Creek?

There are lots of options to get you from your home to ours. Driving is the most popular option for guests travelling from Melbourne or regional hubs such as Albury. If you live further afield, you might access Falls Creek with a combination of flying and driving.

For more information on the options available please head to the transportation section of the website.


What can I do at Falls Creek?

Whether you want to hit the slopes or relax at the spa there is something for everyone in the unique setting of Falls.

Hitting the slopes: Falls Creek offers progression perfect terrain to get you and your whole tribe out on the slopes. Whether it is your first time or you're a life long skier grab some gear and get out into the picturesque environment. The team at Homebase, Base One and Base Two can get you sorted and out on the hill in no time. To find out about our lift ticket options and to get your rental gear sorted head here.

Hitting the spa: unwind and relax and one of Falls Creek day spas. Check out all of the details about the Falls Creek Spas here

The list of activies at Falls Creek is endless, whether you want to head out on a snow mobile tour or catch a scenic heli flight, the action doesn’t stop when the lifts do.

Check out the full list of activities available at Falls Creek here.


Essential Snow Clothing & Items
  • Sturdy Snow Boots with good tread. The roads of the village do not get cleared, this means you’ll be able to ski or board straight to your door, it also means you’ll be walking on snow as you travel around the village. 
  • Gloves 
  • Warm hat 
  • Warm socks -Waterproof jacket & pants 
  • Thermal top & pants
  • Goggles 
  • Helmet 
  • Neck warmer 
  • Fleece jumper or warm mid layer
  • Sunglasses - the white of the snow can be very bright and sunnies should be worn when travelling around the village to protect your eyes. 
  • Bathers - many of accommodation providers in Falls Creek have hottubs 
  • Sunscreen

If you arrive at Falls Creek and realise you’ve forgotten one of the essentials,the team at our retail locations will be able to get you sorted for you snow adventure. Our retail stores stock all essential snow gear along with fashion items and souvenirs. 

There are three retail locations in the village, The Homebase in Slalom Plaza, Base One in The Village Bowl and Base Two located in Silverski. There is also an on mountain retail location The Peak, located in Cloud 9