What Kids Know About Snow?

How much do you know about snow?  After discovering almost five million Australians have never seen snow, Thredbo found a group of kids who fit this group to see just how much (or little) they know about the wonderful, magical, mysterious thing that is snow. To find out more about Thredbo click HERE

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Avalanche Safety Training

Avalanche-training

Have you ever wanted to go back country touring? Do you already go back country touring? Do you know how to keep yourself safe? If the answer is no and you plan on going back country in Australia or around the world you need to gain some knowledge   In 2014 an avalanche in Victoria killed […]

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Snow Travel on a Budget

While traveling for snow, it is easy to exhaust your budget quickly. By careful planning and budgeting you can enjoy a stress free, seamless holiday. It is a good idea to set up a budget planner with daily limits for all the days that you will be away. Be Flexible with your dates: Keep out of […]

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Ski New Zealand for Less

View of Queenstown, NZ

Why Ski New Zealand? Real mountains, incredible scenery, lively ski towns, friendly locals and fast direct access from Australia are just a few good reasons for crossing the ditch to discover what New Zealand has to offer. New Zealand is heaven for Snow goers around the world known for getting fantastic snow falls and long winter seasons. Ask around […]

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Proud to be Australian

Australian Flag

In the spirit of Australia day I thought I should share with you all what it means to be an Aussie and a great sports person. Earlier this month in Utah at the FIS freestyle ski world cup, 21 yr old Madii Himbury drew up against the french mogul skier Perrine Laffont in the woman’s […]

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