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Winter Sports Program

Winter Sports Programs are back for the 2024 snow season!

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The Falls Creek Winter Sports Program provides opportunities for people of all ages and intermediate to advanced abilities to further develop their ski and snowboard skills in a fun and supportive environment.

Offering a range of programs, the Falls Creek Winter Sports Program supports each participant to develop as riders, set and reach competition goals in a fun, safe and skill-based program. All while meeting like-minded people.

With Falls Creek's unmatched learning terrain, progressive Terrain Parks, racecourses, infamous moguls and boundless freeride terrain, our Winter Sport Program is an easy choice for anyone looking to take their riding to the next level.

Our carefully defined training schedules develop the fundamentals of each discipline and equip each participant with essential skills in a range of disciplines. Continued engagement in all our programs provides the individual with the coaching to progress from a fundamental to mastery level in athletic development.

Grom Programs

Grom Programs

Developed to progress the skills of young kids in a program designed around light commitment and a social environment.

Development Club

Development Club

The ideal option for kids who are ready to step up from ski school!

 

Alpine and Freeride Club

Alpine and Freeride Club

Falls Creek Winter Sports Club Programs focus on Alpine Ski Racing with competition in mind and Freeride Club, for all-mountain athletes in both skiing and snowboarding.

 

Masters

Masters

Ideal for adults wanting to combine skill development with the great Falls Creek comradery.

 

Holiday Programs

Holiday Programs

Come and see what seasonal programs all are about by participating in our 2-week holiday programs.

 

Grom Program

Program Overview

Our Falls Creek Grom Programs are ideal for riders who either haven’t yet committed to a full season program or wish to down-size their commitment. Participants will meet each Sunday for the chance to learn new skills in a fun environment with new and old mates. Catering to both skiers and boarders that are comfortable on Blue Runs.

Helmet use is mandatory for all participants. Each program requires a minimum number of participants to run - at the discretion of FCSL.

 

Minimum Ability: Comfortable on blue terrain

Program Disciplines: Ski & Snowboard

Ages: 7-14 years of age

Grom Sunday Program

Grom Snowboard & Ski Sunday Program

  • Dates: Every Sunday from 21 July – 22 September
  • Time: 8.30am – 12.30pm. Program duration is 10 Days

Alpine & Freeride Club (6-19 years)

Program Overview

The Falls Creek Development, Alpine and Freeride Programs provide the ultimate opportunity for riders striving to get the most out of their Snowsport goals.

Our Winter Sports Program aim to develop each participant’s potential to excel as a rider, competitive athlete and individual by providing fun, safe, skill-based programs. Each program has recommended competitive events to aim for.

Our carefully designed training schedules develop the fundamentals of each discipline and equip each participant with the essential skills in a range of disciplines. Continued engagement in all our programs provides the individual with the coaching to progress from a fundamental level through to mastery in athletic development.

  • Our Development Program is the pathway for U10 skiers to build essential skiing skills and enjoy a good mix of all mountain skiing including off-piste, bumps, steeps, jumps, racing, the Alpine Responsibility Code and everything to get the most out of a mountain.

  • Our Alpine programs are for skiers (U12+ ) looking to improve their skiing skills with an increased focus on technical skiing and competing. They will still enjoy a good mix of free skiing, steeps, moguls, jumps, and terrain parks whilst they further explore the disciplines of Giant Slalom (GS), Skier Cross (SX) and Moguls. Slalom (SL) is formally introduced including the protective equipment. Athletes will enjoy competitions such as Interschools, resort events and the Snow Australia Children's Series.

  • Our Freeride program is for U12+ aged skiers and snowboarders who love to conquer the whole mountain and get airborne. They will shred terrain parks and natural mountain features. Boxes, Rails, Jumps, Moguls and Giant Slalom training are all part of this program. This program is designed to prepare our athletes for the Interschools, Slopestyle, Big Air and other suitable events.

As a National Pathway Program Provider, our programming aligns with Snow Australia's (SA) best practice pathway for athlete development. We work to Snow Australia’s relevant FTEM (Foundation, Talent, Elite, Mastery) structures and Sport Australia's Physical Literacy Framework to give our participants the best start.

Please note that helmet use is mandatory for all participants. You may wish to consider the following in relation to the FIS Helmet Rules.

Each program requires a minimum number of participants to run - at the discretion of FCSL.


Program Disciplines: Ski & Snowboard 

Minimum Ability:  

  • Development: Basic parallel on steep Blue Terrain (eg: Main Street)

  • Alpine & Freeride: Steered Turns (Parallel) on steep Blue Terrain (eg: Main Street)

  • Snowboard: Linking smooth turns on steep Blue Terrain (eg: Main Street)
     

Program Options:  

  • Development (U10)

  • Alpine (U12+)

  • Freeride (U12+)

 

Please make sure you have obtained your child’s Epic Australia Pass prior to the first day.  

Meeting location for all programs is Slalom Plaza, in front of the snowman (next to The Last Hoot and Snow Monkey). After the first day, the coaches will determine the safest, most suitable meeting area.

 

2024 Year of Birth Categories 

Age Group

Y.O.B 

 

First Year 

Second Year 

U8

2018

2017

U10

2016

2015

U12

2014

2013

U14

2012

2011

U16

2010

2009

FIS

2008 and above

 

 

Winter Sports Programs are categorised by Year of Birth as participants will compete in these same age categories at events. Age at January 1 determines the age group your child will be in for the season. (For example, if you were born in 2018 or 2017 you are in the Under 8 Age Category in 2024. That means you will not be turning 8 before Dec 31 2024.)

Development U10

Development Club

Year of Birth (2018 to 2015)

The perfect steppingstone to our Alpine and Freeride Ski. This Program is an excellent pathway for skiers to improve their skills while getting a taste for both Alpine and Freeride environments with a fun group of friends.

Our Development program focuses on building solid technique across the mountain; covering challenging terrain, skiing steeps, bumps, boxes, jumps, introducing participation in race courses, the Alpine Responsibility Code and everything needed to get the most on snow.

Our coaches provide an exciting mix of fun, skills-based learning while introducing competition and ensuring that skiers master mountain safety and skier etiquette.

All of this is wrapped up in a fun group atmosphere with dedicated coaches and wonderful friends to help foster a life-long love for Snowsports.

 

U10 Equipment 

U10s are recommended to own a pair of carving skis. However, please note that this is not mandatory.

It is highly recommended that participants have access to the appropriate gear and protection to get the best out of what the program has to offer:

  • Goggles 

  • Raincoat & wet weather gloves 

  • Spare gloves 

  • Warm layers for variable weather days. 

Please note helmets are mandatory in all of our programs. 

 

Additional Information:

  • Training Program: Our coaching team will plan out the most beneficial training program schedule. 

  • Daily schedules will be shared with participants and parents prior to program commencement. 

  • Lunch not included; athletes will be provided with ample time for an unsupervised lunch break. (Pack some healthy snacks).

  • Minimum requirement of 4 participants to run the program.

 

Program Dates: 1 July – 22 September 2024

Full Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Thursday (morning), Friday (afternoon), Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Part Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Alpine U12

Alpine U12

Year of Birth 2014 & 2013

Our U12 Alpine program is for skiers looking to improve their skiing skills with an increased focus on technical skiing and competing. They will enjoy a good mix of free skiing, steeps, moguls, jumps, and terrain parks whilst they further explore the disciplines of Giant Slalom (GS), Moguls and Skier Cross (SX). Slalom (SL) is formally introduced including the protective equipment.

Our coaches will inspire a lifelong desire to ski strong and fast, while encouraging further skill development through challenging skiing in a variety of training environments, including energetic dryland training.

Athletes will enjoy competitions such as Interschools, resort events and the Snow Australia Children's Series.

This program is designed to further young athletes' on-snow skill development and emphasise the Learning to Train Stage in line with Snow Australia development framework and their Physical Literacy in line with the Sport Australia framework.

 

U12 Equipment 

It is the responsibility of participating families to ensure that their children have the appropriate equipment for skiing. Participants are recommended to consider following the FIS Helmet Rules from U12 onward.

It is highly encouraged that U12 athletes have access to the appropriate gear and protection to get the best out of what the program has to offer:

  • A suitable pair of GS skis  

  • A suitable pair of SL skis 

  • Mouth guard (for GS & SL training days) 

  • Detachable chin guard that works with FIS helmet

  • Back protection 

  • Raincoat & wet weather gloves 

  • Rock skis - an older pair of GS type skis for free skiing in marginal snow conditions, particularly in the early/late season. 

 

Additional Information:

  • Training Program: Our coaching team will plan out the most beneficial training program schedule. 

  • Daily schedules will be shared with participants prior to program commencement. 

  • Ski Racing Training Shorts & Alpine Racing Suit are not mandatory but are allowed.

  • Lunch not included; athletes will be provided with ample time for an unsupervised lunch break. 

  • Minimum requirement of 4 participants to run the program. 

 

Program Dates: 1 July – 22 September 2024

Full Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Wednesday and Thursday (mornings) & Fridays (afternoons), Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Part Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Alpine U14

Alpine U14 

Year of Birth 2012 & 2011

Our U14 Alpine program is for those that love to ski and race alpine events. U14 athletes have an increased focus on technical skiing and alpine racing. They will continue to develop their overall skiing skills whilst specialising in Slalom (SL), Giant Slalom (GS) and Skier Cross (SX), with the introduction of Speed (Super G) in training.

Our coaches will inspire a lifelong desire to ski strong and fast, while encouraging further skill development through challenging skiing and competition in a variety of training environments, including energetic dryland training. The main goal is to ski fast with confidence and control.

Our program focus is to encourage U14 athletes to become independent, self-sufficient ski racers. Athletes will learn good nutrition and hydration, efficient physical preparation, mobility and recovery, equipment preparation and care. Coaches and parents will support the new independence of athletes through a gradual release of responsibility.

Athletes may find themselves competing across Australian resorts in Interschools, resort events and in the Snow Australia Children’s Carnival competitions.

It is not compulsory to attend any of these events. However, it is one of the goals of this program to participate in some if not all.

This program is designed to further young athletes' on-snow skill development and emphasise the Learning to Train & Train to Train Stages in line with Snow Australia development framework.

 

U14 Equipment 

It is the responsibility of participating families to ensure that their children have the appropriate equipment for skiing. Participants are recommended to consider following the FIS Helmet Rules.

It is highly recommended that U14 athletes have access to the appropriate gear and protection to get the best out of what the program has to offer: 

  • A suitable pair of GS skis 

  • A suitable pair of SL skis 

  • A set of SL poles with pole guards 

  • A pair of SL shin guards (for SL training days) 

  • Detachable chin guard that works with FIS helmet (for SL training days) 

  • Mouth guard (for GS & SL training days) 

  • Back protection 

  • Raincoat & wet weather gloves 

  • Ski Racing Training Shorts (for Training & Events) 

  • Alpine Racing Suit (for Training & Events) 

  • Rock skis - an older pair of SL or GS skis for free skiing in marginal snow conditions, particularly in the early/late season. 


Additional Information:

  • Training Program: Our coaching team will plan out the most beneficial training program schedule. 

  • Daily schedules will be shared with participants prior to program commencement. 

  • Lunch not included; athletes will be provided with ample time for an unsupervised lunch break. 

  • Minimum requirement of 4 participants to run in any program. 

 

Program Dates: 1 July – 22 September 2024

Full Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Wednesday and Thursdays (mornings) and Friday, Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Part Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Alpine U16

Alpine U16 

Year of Birth 2010 & 2009

Our U16 Alpine program is for skiers looking to rip up the mountain and are passionate about Alpine Ski Racing.

Athletes have an increased focus on technical skiing and alpine racing. They will continue to develop their overall skiing skills whilst specialising in Slalom (SL), Giant Slalom (GS), Skier Cross (SX), with the exploration of Speed (Super G) in training.

Our coaches will inspire a lifelong skillset of versatile skiing and tactical racing. Coaches will support the participants' development towards becoming Junior Alpine Ski Athletes and all mountain skiing experts through a variety of training and competition environments, including enriching dryland training.

Athletes primary focus is to continue to train their developing skills as a skier and racer, whilst they steadily explore their potential as a competitor in a variety of ski disciplines.

Athletes will continue to develop as an independent ski racer, learn good nutrition and hydration, efficient physical preparation, mobility and recovery, equipment preparation and care. Coaches and parents will support the athletes to achieve their skiing goals.

Athletes may find themselves competing across Australian resorts in resort events and in the Snow Australia Children’s Carnival competitions.

This program is designed to further young athletes' on-snow skill development and emphasise the Train-to-Train Stage in line with Snow Australia development framework.

 

U16 Equipment 

It is the responsibility of participating families to ensure that their children have the appropriate equipment for skiing. Participants are recommended to follow the FIS Helmet Rules.

It is highly recommended that U16 athletes have access to the appropriate gear and protection to get the best out of what the program has to offer: 

  • A suitable pair of GS skis 

  • A suitable pair of SL skis 

  • A set of SL poles with pole guards 

  • A pair of SL shin guards (for SL training days) 

  • Detachable chin guard that works with FIS helmet (for SL training days) 

  • Mouth guard (for GS & SL training days) 

  • Back protection 

  • Raincoat & wet weather gloves 

  • Ski Racing Training Shorts (for Training & Events) 

  • Alpine Racing Suit (for Training & Events) 

  • Rock skis - an older pair of SL or GS skis for free skiing in marginal snow conditions, particularly in the early/late season. 



Additional Information:

  • Training Program: Our coaching team will plan out the most beneficial training program schedule. 

  • Daily schedules will be shared with participants prior to program commencement. 

  • Lunch not included; athletes will be provided with ample time for an unsupervised lunch break. 

  • Minimum requirement of 4 participants to run in any program. 

 

Program Dates: 1 July – 22 September 2024

Full Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Wednesday and Thursdays (mornings) and Friday, Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Part Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Alpine FIS

Alpine FIS

Year of Birth 2008 and earlier

Our FIS Alpine program is for the committed alpine ski racer intending to compete in the Open Age Alpine Races including the FIS National Championships, FIS Australia New Zealand Championship Alpine Events and potentially ready a career as an International Ski Racer.

Athletes will continue to develop their Alpine skiing and racing skills, specialising in Slalom (SL), Giant Slalom (GS) and Skier Cross (SX), with the exploration of Speed (Super G) in training.

Our coaches will inspire a lifelong skillset of versatile skiing and tactical racing. Coaches will support the participants development towards becoming successful Junior Alpine Ski Athletes and all mountain skiing experts through a variety of training and competition environments, including enriching dryland training.

This program is designed to further athletes' on-snow skill development and emphasise the Train to Train & Train to Compete Stage in line with Snow Australia development framework.

 

FIS Equipment 

It is the responsibility of participating families to ensure that their children have the appropriate equipment for skiing. Participants are recommended to follow the FIS Helmet Rules.

It is highly recommended that FIS athletes have access to the appropriate gear and protection to get the best out of what the program has to offer: 

  • A suitable pair of GS skis 

  • A suitable pair of SL skis 

  • A set of SL poles with pole guards 

  • A pair of SL shin guards (for SL training days) 

  • Detachable chin guard that works with FIS helmet (for SL training days) 

  • Mouth guard (for GS & SL training days) 

  • Back protection 

  • Raincoat & wet weather gloves 

  • Ski Racing Training Shorts (for Training & Events) 

  • FIS Alpine Racing Suit (for Training & Events) 

  • Rock skis - an older pair of SL or GS skis for free skiing in marginal snow conditions, particularly in the early/late season. 


Additional Information: 

  • Training Program: Our coaching team will plan out the most beneficial training program schedule. 

  • Daily schedules will be shared with participants prior to program commencement. 

  • Please note at FIS level events all equipment must meet the FIS rules and regulations. 

  • Lunch not included; athletes will be provided with ample time for an unsupervised lunch break. 

  • Minimum requirement of 4 participants to run in any program. 

 

Program Dates: 17 July – 22 September 2024 (full time) and 20 July – 22 July (part time)

Full Time: Commences week beginning 15 July 2024. Wednesday and Thursdays (mornings) and Friday, Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Part Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Freeride U12

Freeride U12

Year of Birth 2014 & 2013

Want to be a mountain all-rounder? Our Freeride Program is aimed at both ski and snowboard athletes who want to conquer the whole mountain and have a whole lot of fun doing it!

Our Freeride Program fosters overall enjoyment of winter sports with skill development focussed on All-round Technique & Skill acquisition, Mountain Freeriding, Park (Rails, Slopestyle, Big Air), Moguls, Ski-Cross and some Giant Slalom (GS), or Snowboard GS and SBX. In addition to learning to compete across various disciplines, Spatial Awareness is a major factor in all aspects of becoming a better athlete and we aim to provide opportunities for the complete all-rounder, with programming both on and off snow. There are many competitions to aim for with this program, including the Interschools and local events. However, none require mandatory participation.

 

Additional Information:

  • Training Program: Our instructor and coaching team will plan out the most beneficial training program schedule.
  • Daily schedules will be shared with participants prior to program commencement.
  • Lunch not included; athletes will be provided with ample time for an unsupervised lunch break.
  • Minimum requirement of 4 participants to run in any program.

 

Program Dates: 1 July – 22 September 2024

Full Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Wednesday, Thursday (mornings) and Friday (afternoons) and Saturday, Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Part Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Freestyle and Park U14+

Freestyle and Park U14+

Year of Birth 2012 and older

Want to specialise in the park and moguls? This program is aimed at both ski and snowboard athletes who want to excel in all areas including riding the park. Boxes, rails and learning new tricks in the air is the goal of this program. Competitive mogul skiing techniques with also be incorporated, with skills learnt to provide the necessary skills to progress in the Freestyle Pathway.

There will also be continued training in Skier X and Giant Slalom (GS) or Boarder X and Snowboard GS.

In addition to learning to compete across various disciplines, Spatial Awareness is a major factor in all aspects of becoming a better athlete and we aim to provide opportunities for the complete all-rounder, with programming both on and off snow.

 

Additional Information:

  • Training Program: Our instructor and coaching team will plan out the most beneficial training program schedule.
  • Daily schedules will be shared with participants prior to program commencement.
  • Lunch not included; athletes will be provided with ample time for an unsupervised lunch break.  
  • Minimum requirement of 4 participants to run in any program.

 

Program Dates: 1 July – 22 September 2024

Full Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Wednesday, Thursday (mornings) and Friday, Saturday, Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Part Time: Monday – Friday (mornings) during Victorian School Holidays. Then Saturday and Sundays (full days) post school holidays.

Interschool Training Add On

We are pleased to offer a 3 day Interschool Training Program to any participant in a weekend program. The training will be held on August 14 – 16 in preparation for Interschools the following week. You can add this on when purchasing your seasonal weekend program.

Masters (18+ years)

Program Overview

Our Falls Creek Masters and Social programs are ideal options for adults wanting to combine the development of their skiing skills with the great Falls Creek comradery.

Please note, Wednesday sessions can be purchased at a daily drop-in rate.

Thursday sessions can only be joined if you are registered for the full program.

  • Helmet use is mandatory for all participants. You may wish to consider the following in relation to the FIS Helmet Rules
  • Each program requires a minimum number of participants to run - at the discretion of FCSL

 

Minimum Ability: Steered parallel turn on step Blue Runs

Program Disciplines: Ski

Masters Programs:

  • Full Program
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
Full Program

Full Program

  • Dates: 24 July – 12 September 2024
  • Days: Wednesday and Thursday

Holiday Programs

Program Overview

Come and see what seasonal programs all are about by participating in our 2-week holiday programs. Catering for skiers and boarders aged 6-16, the holiday program aims to develop each participant’s potential in a fun and safe environment.

Our Holiday Program is an excellent stepping stone to the seasonal programs. If you have done several seasons in our Snowsports lessons and want something a bit more, then our Holiday Program is the ideal place. It is recommended that you have completed all levels at Snowsports and can confidently ride on step blue terrain (eg: Main Street).

For our younger skiers, aged 6, the minimum level can be seen in this video.

Children aged 7+ should be skiing at a level similar to the level shown in this video.

Helmet use is mandatory for all participants. Each program requires a minimum number of participants to run - at the discretion of FCSL.

 

Program Disciplines: Ski & Snowboard 

Holiday Program #1

Dates: 1 July – 12 July 2024

Days: Monday – Fridays only (morning). Program duration is 10 days.

Come and see what seasonal programs all are about by participating in our 2-week holiday program. Catering for skiers and boarders aged 6-19, the holiday program aims to develop each participant’s potential in a fun and safe environment.

Our Holiday Program includes entry into the Rossignol Cup. This is an entry level race that all participants can enter with confidence. It is in the second week of the holidays and has age groups from U8 to U16.

Children will be assigned to groups based on age, ability and discipline.

Holiday Program #2

Dates: TBC

Days: Monday – Friday (All half days). Program duration is 5 days.

Enjoy springtime fun! This program is designed for those wanting to extend their seasonal program or those wanting to jump into some school holiday fun. Catering for skiers and boarders aged 6-16, the holiday program aims to develop each participant’s potential in a fun and safe environment.

Children will be assigned to groups based on age, ability, and discipline.

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration and Program Details

How do I register for a program? 

Registrations for Winter Sports Programs 2024 are now available online.

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Does the program cost include lift access?

No, program costs do not include lift access. We recommend that Falls Creek Winter Sports Program participants purchase the Epic Australia Pass.

Where do the programs start and at what time?

Meeting places and start times are planned by program and may change throughout the season. Any changes will be communicated by the coach.

Is attendance mandatory for every training day?

Daily training attendance is recommended but not mandatory. Please keep in mind that the acquisition of skills is based on a season long progression and missed days may interrupt personal development.

Do we get partial refunds for missed program days?

Training schedules are planned based on daily participation throughout a season long program and coaches are engaged for every scheduled training day. There are no refunds, credits or exchange of days permitted.

What happens on a poor weather day?

Falls Creek Winter Sports programs will still go ahead if a safe training environment can be provided. It is important to learn how to handle variable weather conditions in preparation for competition participation and coaches will find suitable training locations to provide the best on-snow coaching possible.

Is there a minimum skill level required to join the programs?

Each program has a unique minimum skill level prerequisite to participate. Please visit the program page of your choice for further details.

What is Snow Australia and how do I become a member?

Snow Australia is the nationally and internationally recognised National Sporting Organisation (NSO) for competitive Snowsports in Australia. Snow Australia manages athlete pathways, organises events and training for Alpine, Cross-Country, Freestyle and Para-alpine skiing as well as snowboard and Para-snowboard. Our Winter Sports programs underpin the Snow Australia Athlete Pathway and is an officially recognised athlete development pathway program.

Falls Creek Winter Sports Club athletes will be able to compete in several national and international events in Australia that require a Snow Australia membership and/or FIS race license to enter in these events. Further information can be found on the Snow Australia website.

Equipment

Are helmets required?

Yes, helmets are required and must be worn while participating in all programs.

Competition level athletes must wear a helmet that meets applicable Snow Australia/FIS competitions standards and requirements.

For all other athletes a helmet certified for Snowsports activities is suggested as a minimum requirement.

What size and type of skis/board should I have for the program?

Individual programs and disciplines inform what type of equipment is needed and will be subject to the athlete’s age, physical maturity and program type. 

Check out recommendations on the Snow Australia website.

Competitions

Who organises athlete travel for interstate competitions?

Parents and athletes are responsible for organising all transportation and accommodation.

Winter Sports Program coaches may be available to attend these events at a cost to be shared with the athletes attending.

Supervision outside of regular coaching hours is the responsibility of parents.

Are the Falls Creek Winter Sports Programs able to offer lodging to participants?

We are unable to provide lodging or daily transport to and from the resort to program participants.

How do I contact Falls Creek about Winter Sport Programs?

Our Winter Sports Supervisor will commence closer to the winter season. The FAQs section aims to provide you with answers to our frequently asked questions and is the source of our most up-to-date information. If you can't find the information you need, or for any technical advice or detailed program outcomes above, please submit a contact form here.