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Falls Creek is Victoria’s largest alpine resort and a major tourist destination in North East Victoria. The alpine resort is one of the most popular winter playgrounds in the country and offers a superb range of activities, attractions and events in every season throughout the year.

The Falls Creek accommodation consists of two separate apartments, each has one bedroom with two single beds and an ensuite bathroom and the second bedroom has four bunk beds and a separate bathroom. They share a common stairwell, drying room and store room. There is a balcony for each unit with magnificent views looking up to the summit runs.

Falls Creek has undergone some upgrading with the opening of more runs and extensive snowmaking facilities. It offers great skiing and boarding for beginners and experts alike. There is an abundance of nightlife in the village with lots of little bars and cocktail lounges tucked away in the commercial lodges.

Falls Creek in Winter

The official snow season begins on the Victorian Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June and continues until the first Sunday in October. The Falls Creek Ski Lifts company operates the lifts, snow making, grooming, etc for the resort while Falls Creek Resort Management coordinate cross country ski terrain and grooming.


The Imaj flats on the Falls Creek Road (No. 17 on the village map). Koomerang has apartments 5 and 6  in the second building of the Imaj flats, called Sapporo. Walk up from Falls Creek Road up a flight of galvanised stairs past the first Imaj building the the front of the Sapporo building.

When you go skiing, you can either walk up the Village bowl or ski down the road to the Gully chair.

Parking and getting to the lodge

Parking is in the car parks at the bottom of the village on the Bogong High Plains Road. First, unload at the oversnow transport terminal then follow the resort 4WD to the carpark, park the car and get a lift back to the terminal in the 4WD.  Purchase a ticket for the oversnow, which will then take you to the Imaj stairs. If there is no snow on the village roads, a 4 WD taxi is used instead of an oversnow vehicle.

Black Diamond Rush

Ride some of Australia’s steepest expert terrain at Mt McKay or the deepest powder stashes of Rocky Knobs and Dam site. Have it all to yourself when you kat ski or board at Falls Creek.

Cross Country Delight

With more than 60km of groomed cross country trails there’s a lot to see across the picturesque Bogong High Plains. You might even catch a glimpse of the Australian National Cross Country Team who call Falls Creek home every winter. We are also the proud hosts of the largest international snowsports event in the southern hemisphere, the Kangaroo Hoppet, which forms part of the prestigious World Loppet race circuit.

For further information visit the Falls Creek Website.