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    Posted: Mar/17/2010 at 2:15am
hey guys,

For june/july holidays im planning to head down to perisher blue for maybe 3nights.
i was just wondering if anyone knew much about the place. This will be my first attempt at snowboarding so i wanted to know which resort over there would be the best for it.
Also if anyone knows prices for accommodation etc that would be great. Their website is a bit lacking in detail.

thanks heaps in advance
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  Quote Swift Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/17/2010 at 2:21am
Hey mate,

Im not hugely knowledgeable on Perisher in regards to accommodation and that. Im pretty sure the lift prices there this year are going to be:

Adult 1 day: $105
Adult lift/tube: 133
Child 1 day: $58
Season pass: $1349
Season pass with tube: $1601

For me i would arrange it with a mob like Flight Center as they usually have some pretty decent deals for weekend trips and what not to Perisher and surrounding areas. They can also arrange everything else like rentals if needed etc.

Just my input :) Wish i could tell you a little more but Perisher is a bit to far north than where i usually ride!
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  Quote koji3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/18/2010 at 12:32am
ahhh ok, thanks heaps mate. wish i lived down near perisher. qld is just too dam hot... 
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Hey mate, I'm a fellow qld'er from the Goldie. the only reason you ski in oz is the convenience factor. I've skied various places around the world, and our snow sucks unfortunately coz it's mostly man made!. Went to perisher last year, it's ok for a bash with some mates. And since youre a beginner and won't mind heaps of artificial snow, then it's prob a good place to start. However it's not good value for money imo. Lift tickets and acvomodation is expensive for the snow and terrain you get. But it's convenient, has cheaper rooms off snow in jindabyne, but you then have to commute to snow each day. It's ok, but there are better options, depending on how keen you are. New Zealand has better snow for less cash, but you have to fly.

My advice? If you can wait another 6 months and stump up the return flight, my recommendation is head to salt lake city, ESP with our dollar being strong! Greatest snow ( powder - not that great for learning!!!) on earth!! cheap accommodation, lift tickets and laid back lifestyle. I'm there for a month every year for a month in winter, beats being in oz for summer. And it doesn't cost the earth. At least 6 great resorts within driving distance of salt lake - snowbird, snowbasin, Alta, solitude, park city, Brighton. Look at their trail maps and compare to Australian resorts.   
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  Quote Pokey Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/18/2010 at 1:15am
the station isnt bad, rooms are basic, has its own bar + night club tha gets some good gigs, about 10 minutes out of town.
http://www.perisher.com.au/winter/station/3day.html

I have only stayed there and rented out townhouses.
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  Quote humdingaling Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/19/2010 at 3:22pm

staying in jindabyne is the best option for price and range of options but as pointed out previously, you will need to drive in to the mountains which generally takes bout 30 mins

Jindabye will give you access to both Thredbo and Perisher if you choose to go both
 
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Perisher lift prices are insanely more expensive
$382 for 3 day pass/$266 for 2 day pass
 
$204 for 3 day pass for Thredbo
if your a beginner, my choice is thredbo. youll save a few quid Wink
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  Quote bmd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/21/2010 at 12:13am
$382 for a 3 day pass? you can't be serious? that's close to $130 a day!
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  Quote bmd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/21/2010 at 12:14am
also, for accommodation on a budget check out either the station, the caravan park for a cheap cabin, or even the backpackers? all good options... might be worth getting a package deal from the station though if your a first timer... checkout the link the dude posted
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  Quote Bowls Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/21/2010 at 12:51am
http://www.perisherblue.com.au/winter/prices/mt_pass-regular.html

thats regular prices... you can go before the 25th of june or after the 6th of sept for cheaper tickets... but chances of better quality snow is sketchy...

we were going to stay at thredbo but heading to hotham now. cant wait to be staying on the mountain for a change!
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  Quote Innocence Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/21/2010 at 1:00am
there's a side of perisher called SMIGGINS HOLES which is suitable for begineers.

Lots of lessons there. Should keep you busy for the first day or so, then once you get your basics pat down, go explore the rest of perisher. :)

echo above's accom recommendations. jindabyne if you're on a budget. the station is also not too bad.
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  Quote koji3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/21/2010 at 3:50am
ok. thanks heaps to all of you guys

yer i have been checking out prices for the lift tickets and i think thats the most expensive part about the trip.

ahh with 'the station' is there any traveling required to get to the snow.
im planning to fly down to Canberra from bris, then bus it to the perisher valley.
or would driving down from bris be a better option.

this is my first time for organizing a holiday trip aswell, so im not 100% on what to research etc. so any information will be greatly appreciated
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  Quote bdenny4 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/21/2010 at 11:55am
Went to Perisher last season and stayed a week at Smiggins.
Thought that the accommodation was expensive for what you get - but that is pretty much par for the course in Aus.
perisher is a great mountain and has runs for all abilities.
 
Don't know about driving all the way - will save time if you fly.
If you only have 3 days I would fly
 
 
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  Quote hoa888 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 3:25am
Originally posted by humdingaling

 
FYI
Perisher lift prices are insanely more expensive
$382 for 3 day pass/$266 for 2 day pass
 
$204 for 3 day pass for Thredbo
if your a beginner, my choice is thredbo. youll save a few quid Wink

that doesn't sound right. three day pass at mt. perisher is def less than $300, even in peak season. it's cheaper in the early part of the season and towards the tail end. thredbo prices are usually similar in price to perishers, except a tad cheaper (we're talking a couple of dollars).

it def isn't $382 for three days at perisher (unless thats like peak season, with lessons, with the ski tube included)

edit: that $382 price is with the skitube included http://www.perisher.com.au/winter/prices/mt_pass-regular.html

basically, the skitube is a rail train that allows you to park your car outside of the national park and catch the train to perisher blue. it saves you having to pay the national park fee (which from memory was around 20/30 bucks a car, and also having to bring chains if it's a bad day, and of course saves you having to drive)

personally, when we go to perisher, we drive our cars cos it's cheaper fitting four people in the car and paying the national park fee (or splitting a yearly national park pass) than having to dish out the ridiculous price for the skitube to perisher.
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  Quote hoa888 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 3:29am
there's been a thread about this last  year, i'll copy and paste the link rather than typing everything out again: http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=24667

also, if you search within these forums some other people have similar threads which might have other info that could come in handy on your search about perisher. shoot a question if there is anything else you wanna ask..
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  Quote Kenmanh Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 3:37am
You're right, Hoa888.  I just checked their website:

http://www.perisher.com.au/winter/prices/mt_pass-regular.html

Lift Ticket Prices 2010

REGULAR SEASON Lift Ticket Prices

REGULAR SEASON
Valid From 26 June to 5 September.

Including return Skitube
ex Bullocks Flat
Prices include NPWS fees
Adult
15yr/Over
Child
6 to 14yr
Over
65yrs 
Adult
15yr/Over
Child
6 to 14yr
Over
65yrs 
AM Ticket* to 1PM  $13 refund on 1 Day ticket  $7 refund on 1 Day ticket -  $13 refund on 1 Day ticket  $7 refund on 1 Day ticket -
1 Day & AM Ticket* to 1PM  $13 refund on 2 Day ticket  $7 refund on 2 Day ticket -  $13 refund on 2 Day ticket  $7 refund on 2 Day ticket -
Noon Start Pass 84 46 - 112 61 -
1 Day Consecutive Lift Ticket 105 58 62 133 73 86
2 Day Consecutive Lift Ticket 210 116 124 266 146 172
3 Day Consecutive Lift Ticket 298 164 176 382 209 248
4 Day Consecutive Lift Ticket 397 219 234 487 267 311
5 Day Consecutive Lift Ticket 462  265 273 574 325 369
6 Day Consecutive Lift Ticket 554  318 326 688 390 441
7 Day Consecutive Lift Ticket 647  371 382 804 455 516
Night Skiing & Boarding
(Tues/Sat 6.00 to 9.00pm - conditions permitting)**
26 15 NA 54 30 NA
For Ski / Snowboarding Lift and Lesson Packages See The Snowsports School.
*AM Ticket: Purchase a 1-Day ticket only and return to a ticket office by 1pm to receive your refund of $13 for Adults and $7 for Children. *1 Day & AM Ticket: Purchase a 2-day Lift Ticket only and return to a ticket office on the second day by 1pm to receive your refund of $13 for Adults and $7 for Children.
**Night Skiing & Boarding: Tuesday & Saturday nights during July and August; Tuesday nights in September.

What's Free?

Ski Sunday Afternoon for FREE! - If you purchase any 5, 6 or7 Day Ticket starting on a Monday, mountain access is valid from 1pm on the preceding Sunday.
Free Night Skiing for Children with a valid Lift Ticket.
Free Lift Ticket and Skitube travel for children 5 years and under.
Skitube travel between Perisher Valley and Blue Cow is included with ANY valid Lift Ticket.


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  Quote Kenmanh Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 3:44am
Looks like I was 1 minute too late on my post before Hoa888 edited his LOL.
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  Quote humdingaling Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 4:30am
straight from their website
regular season tickets
 
382 includes ski tube, its 298 without skitube
FYI
Skitube travel between Perisher Valley and Blue Cow is included with ANY valid Lift Ticket.
 
Sorry for misquote, the thredbo price i used the wrong chart, price quoted is off-peak.
$291 for the same time period
 
if you do decide to drive
national park entry fee is around $20/day (from what i recall)
if your car is not 4wd/awd you will require to have chains by law (even if you dont use them) probably around 30 bucks for 3 days or there bouts
30 is much better to then fat ass fine and being escorted off the mountain.
 
factor in petrol as well, usually prices in the sticks is around 10-15cents/litre more expensive then metro. you would know your kms/litre
 
if your renting gear, remember you can't rent gloves,goggles and beanies. Recommend a board lock if you are renting. Not because people will steal it...more so that someone will mistake your board for theirs as the rents all look the same LOL
 
i've never taken the buses up the actual mountain before, dont recall seing any shuttle buses from jindabyne town. maybe someone else can comment of that.
 
sorry to sound like such a downer on costs but best you cater for them in planning, so it doesnt come as a surprise when it happens.
 
 
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  Quote hoa888 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 4:57am
Originally posted by humdingaling


Sorry for misquote, the thredbo price i used the wrong chart, price quoted is off-peak.
$291 for the same time period
 


that's cool, i wasn't trying to bust your balls. just that it seemed waaay exxy and didn't want to scare off the OP thinking that it'd cost his a limb to ride the mountain (even tho the standard prices are waaaay exxy already). ever time i leave the place, i buy more toilet paper for the new a$$hole they've ripped me.

anyways, with the flying.. i've never flown, but if flights *are* working this season (I think they weren't flying in 09) then the airport is still around 1hr drive out of jindy itself. I'm not sure how much it is, but i imagine it wouldn't be cheap.

if you fly into sydney, there are a few options.

(1) driving to jindy from sydney: can take up to 6 hours depending on traffic and whether you stop for food etc. we leave sydney on a friday afternoon around 6ish and arrive there around midnight. that includes dinner usually maccas. you could drive like a bat out of hell from sydney to jindy but be careful, cos you pass the main police training academy in goulburn and who love to cut their teeth by pulling over speeding drivers to the snow.

(2) take a packaged deal such as Oz Snow Adventures (google them). They pick you up from Central station and drive you down on the bus, their costs include most things. Bus, transfers to/from snow, gear hire, lift passes, food. It's popular with backpackers who don't have gear, car etc. It isn't the most pleasurable experience, but it does get you on the snow.

As for accommodation:

The station resort has been mentioned, if you're not fussy and are traveling in a group, you could get one of their dorm style rooms for pretty cheap. they've got budget deals that include food/accommodation and passes to perisher for good prices (station resort is owned by perisher, so you can't get passes for thredbo).

You could stay in Jindy, there are plenty of places available at reasonable rates.

You could stay on-snow at Perisher. They don't allow you to park your car overnight on-snow, so you'd prob have to either (1) park your car at bullocks flat and catch the skitube over or (2) get someone to drive everyone to perisher, drop off gear, then one person drives car back to bullocks flat and catches the skitube back by themselves. we usually do option (2) when we stay there. We stayed at the Stables resort a few times, if you're picky about your accommodation, then you won't be disappointed staying here, especially if you get a room facing the mountain (great view at night). If you do stay on-snow and are itching to ride, at night grab a shovel from the front of one of the places, and build little kickers off the side of the road leading up, lots of fun can be had at night hiking up and hitting these.

If you decide to stay at thredbo, then there you can stay in the village itself which is all "on-snow". some places are further away from the lifts than others, but all the places are serviced by a regular bus that circles the only road allowing you to catch it to whatever lift along the bottom of the mountain you'd wish to go to.
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  Quote Kenmanh Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 4:58am
Originally posted by Pokey

the station isnt bad, rooms are basic, has its own bar + night club tha gets some good gigs, about 10 minutes out of town.
http://www.perisher.com.au/winter/station/3day.html

I have only stayed there and rented out townhouses.


Wow!  That is cheap.  Accomodation and lift passes.  If only Victoria gets these kind of deals Cry  Bookmarking it in case we decide to travel to NSW hehe.
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  Quote hoa888 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 5:08am
Originally posted by Kenmanh

Originally posted by Pokey

the station isnt bad, rooms are basic, has its own bar + night club tha gets some good gigs, about 10 minutes out of town.
http://www.perisher.com.au/winter/station/3day.html

I have only stayed there and rented out townhouses.


Wow!  That is cheap.  Accomodation and lift passes.  If only Victoria gets these kind of deals Cry  Bookmarking it in case we decide to travel to NSW hehe.

we have fond memories of the station resort... years.. and this really is years ago, we stayed there in a 6 bedder dorm. basically a small open room with six beds stashed together. try sleeping in that kinda environment. also we felt sorry for whoever had to clean up after us when we left.

anyways, while there a band called "Brother Slam" was playing at the bar.. walking back from dinner we thought, what the heck, lets just busk outside the laundry room for shits and giggles, so we called ourselves "Sister Thud" - in direct competition with Brother Slam. One of our group is an awesome musician who brought his acoustic along, we so played and sung for a few hours and made some small change, a beer was offered and also smokes.. good times.
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  Quote bdenny4 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/22/2010 at 11:52am
Originally posted by Kenmanh

Originally posted by Pokey

the station isnt bad, rooms are basic, has its own bar + night club tha gets some good gigs, about 10 minutes out of town.
http://www.perisher.com.au/winter/station/3day.html

I have only stayed there and rented out townhouses.


Wow!  That is cheap.  Accomodation and lift passes.  If only Victoria gets these kind of deals Cry  Bookmarking it in case we decide to travel to NSW hehe.
 
If you go to Buller you can get similar deals at Mansfield at the Alzburg hotel: http://www.alzburg.com.au/ski-season.html
 
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  Quote koji3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/23/2010 at 5:40am
thanks for the link helped heaps
as did the rest of the comments made in this post

thanks again guys :D
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You'll have a great time I'm sure koji3
 
Make sure you have a beer at the Sundeck Pub - awesome view Smile
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  Quote 5nowflake Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/10/2010 at 4:53am
>Koji3...
You might want to look at Ski Kaos as I believe they have a trip designed for ppl in qld for very good prices and from personal experience with thredbo with them last year, found it very cheap, affordable and fun. Have done 5 seasons at Perisher, you will love either but the lift queues for Thredbo are alot less for beginners(more ski/board time for you).
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  Quote koji3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/11/2010 at 3:13am
hey guys, ive researched more into the AUS resorts and the NZ resorts.

went into a travel agent and got some prices quoted.

i have now decided to head to NZ, methven. saving myself a whooping $400 :0



just like to thank everyone for their input and advice,
If only Queensland had snow...
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  Quote syphus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/12/2010 at 5:04pm
i reconmend going to nz instead of perisher. Went there last year and had a awesome time in nz. Plus u can get duty free alco there too which makes it more fun in the snow. its a nice scenic drive to the snows and there are more different areas to goto. Only badside is when your trip is over and your at the airport waiting for your plane. Also when you bring your own board i suggest you dont watch the baggage handlers. It can make you cry
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  Quote kramiih Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/12/2010 at 6:33pm
Went to perisher last season for a week

It's probably the best Australian resort however for the money/drive (I'm in Melb), I'd rather go to NZ

1 thing that really irked me was the freaking flat bits everywhere...had to skate more at perisher than any other resort i've ever been to 
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  Quote aubzaubz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/12/2010 at 8:56pm
OP I went through the same process. Was planning on hitting up Aus slopes but eventually decided to hit up Methven instead. Better snow, same price or arguably even a bit cheaper... Mt. Hutt here i come!
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  Quote koji3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/13/2010 at 12:33pm
hahah duty free. thats what the travel agent said.

yer im pretty excited to be heading over there. been checking out images and i reckon the mountain looks better then perishers anyway.
never been out of the country by myself aswell, so it should be a great experience.
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