Best Places in Australia to Holiday
We’re blessed here in Australia – with a glorious alpine region in the southern part of the Great Dividing Range. In winter, these mountains are covered in beautiful white snow that offers great skiing or snowboarding opportunities. For the novice, it can be hard deciding where are the best fields to learn to ski. Here’s our guide to the best Australian ski resorts for beginners.Australia has many great ski fields, but some are better for beginners.
Scenic Charlotte Pass is a great place to learn to ski away from other larger resorts. There five runs designed specifically for beginners that give you the opportunity to develop your ski legs. The local ski school offers private lessons, ladies-only classes and group tuition for both kids and adults.
Falls Creek is one of Victoria’s most significant alpine destinations. For newbies, there’s a staggering 27 beginner runs to ensure that you never become bored with the same downhill. The accommodation is also based on the mountain to minimise travel time and the ski school is well established.
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With seven mountain peaks, Perisher Blue is a significant alpine resort in New South Wales. All ski levels are catered for at the ski school and beginners have the choice of 30 downhill runs. The 47 lifts takes enthusiasts to the top of the mountain with ease and grace.You're never too old to learn to ski.
Because of its southern location and impressive altitude, Mt Hotham in Victoria regularly receives the most snow fall in Australia. The six beginner runs are sure to keep recent skiing enthusiasts entertained and the nearby resort means that you can practice all day long without travelling to another location for your accommodation. The ski school caters to kids and adults of all skiing levels.