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Special Events in Perisher 2015

5-8 June

Perisher Peak Festival

1-4 July

Northern NSW Interschools Championships

July 6-9

Travelplan Ski Northern NSW Regional Championships

25 July

Play Station Slopestyle Championships - Night Event

29-31 July

ACT-Southern NSW Interschools Championships

8-9 August

Perisher Masters

14-16 August

Blue Cow Cup

29-30 August

NSW State Interschools Championships

3-4 September

Australian Masters

5 October

Official Close of Season


Activities Perisher Valley


Skiing and Snowboarding


Perisher is the biggest ski area in the Southern Hemisphere, with four interconnected areas (Perisher Valley, Smiggin Holes, Blue Cow and Guthega) covering a massive 1,245 hectares (that's 12.45 square kilometres), incorporating seven mountain peaks, being serviced by 47 lifts. With over 100 groomed runs, Australia's only Superpipe, and four ever evolving terrain parks, there really is something for everyone.


Night Skiing/Boarding


From 6.00-9.00 pm every Tuesday (all season) and Saturday (July and August) Front Valley lights up for night skiing and boarding on the Village 8 Express.


Cross Country Skiing


Explore the beautiful Snowy Mountains on over 100kms of marked trails suitable for all standards.


Snow Shoeing


For something different try strapping on some snow shoes and exploring the area by foot. Snow shoes can be hired or purchased in Jindabyne or the Perisher Centre. Guided tours (including night tours) are also available.




Guests may use the Chalet's toboggans free of charge or hire them from most of the usual ski hire outlets. A designated toboggan area is located to the right of the carpark, or there are suitable areas right outside the Chalet.


Tube Town


Perisher's own snow tubing park offers an exhilarating ride down a groomed slope on ski biscuits.

Groomer Tours


Ride in one of Perisher's $450,000 snow groomers on night skiing nights - Tuesday and Saturday.



Perisher offers a huge range of dining opportunities on and around the slopes, as well as good service facilities including a post office, supermarket, medical centre and police. Retail outlets include a newsagency, pharmacy, jeweller, bottle shop, gift shop, snow gear hire and sales, and wireless internet and kiosk.


Additional Photos Credit © Tourism NSW Susan Wright, Shannon Pawsey, Gary Grant and Andrew Fawcett