As you might imagine, the summer months are stunning in Falls Creek, but the snowy winters are when the village and resort really shine. There are 14 lifts with over 92 runs and 21 cross country trails covering the resort’s two sides, so there’s enough skiing for everyone. Gentle slopes leading down into town can be found on the Village Side, which is perfect for beginners. Advanced skiers should head to the south-facing Sun Valley Side’s black runs to test out their skills.Food and wine
Falls Creek has the right restaurants and bars for some great après ski (after ski) shenanigans, just like any ski resort worth its salt. You won’t miss a meal – maybe adding in a few extra ones – with the dozens of eateries here. They all know how to refuel hungry skiers too, with German food, steaks, seafood, pizza, and plenty of beer or wine, or whatever you like. For afters, mozy on down to the bars which stay open til late, letting you socialise with the locals.Transport
If you travel here by bus, they will drop you off on the main road, and you should come with snow boots in winter in case you have to wade through thick snow. Either have money on hand to pay for the taxis or stay in one of our central hotels. Falls Creek is between Melbourne and Canberra, so hop on a flight to Melbourne or flight to Canberra.
Book your Falls Creek accommodation with us, because you won’t want to miss out on this popular skiing destination.
Hotels in Falls Creek start at AU$531 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.