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Families at Falls

Families love Falls & it's easy to see why!


Families love spending time in Falls Creek - it is the ideal family snow holiday destination with something to keep both the young and young at heart entertained. Come and build memories with your family that will last a lifetime!

About Falls Creek

The perfect winter playground for families, Falls Creek is Victoria's largest alpine resort, featuring over 90 trails to explore within 450 hectares of progression perfect terrain. During the winter season, the Falls Creek village transforms into a ski-in, ski-out winter wonderland, where you can ski or board straight from your door to the lifts and home again at the end of the day! 



Falls Creek offers a host of family-friendly activities, including Skiing and Snowboarding, Night Skiing every Wednesday and Saturday on Australia's longest green run, Wombat's Ramble, a free Fireworks display on Thursday, and for the adventure seekers: three Terrain Parks to explore, Snowmobile Tours, Scenic Flights and more.



With 27 different places to eat and drink at Falls Creek, you can rest assured that we have a taste that will tickle the pickiest of young tastebuds. Watch donuts being freshly made at Snownuts while sipping a hot chocolate, stop in for a woodfire pizza from Cloud 9, soak up the mountain vistas from the Falls Creek Hotel balcony or Attunga... the options are endless!



Children's Snowsports School


Catering for children aged 3 to 6 years, Snowclub is dedicated to instilling a love for skiing in children from a young age. Enjoy a fun lesson filled with games, surprise visits from Pete the Snow Dragon and on-snow activities.


Junior Workshop

Designed for children aged 7 to 14 years, our Junior Workshop ski and snowboard programs provide a fun way for your children to explore the mountain with other children of a similar age and ability, taught by our friendliest and most fun instructors!



Plan Your Trip

  • Spend more time on the slopes by collecting your rental gear and lift tickets the afternoon before your first day

  • When walking through the village, stick to the sides of the road for the easiest path - the snow kats tend to churn up the snow in the path, so the middle of the roads can be more difficult to walk through!

  • Some hotels and lodges offer evening family activities, including games rooms and Kids Clubs. Head to our Accommodation page and select the 'kids entertainment' filter - your kids will be entertained both on and off the slopes!

  • Wear one pair of thin, woollen or wicking socks pulled up tight under your ski or snowboard boots. Make sure your thermals or leggings aren't tucked into your boots, as this will get uncomfortable throughout the day and may cause them to rub. Ouch!

  • Skiing and snowboarding is very tiring - make sure you pack a snack in your pocket and stop regularly to hydrate (as well as keep warm from a hot choccie or three)

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