Woohoo! After a whopping 70cm of fresh snow, pass holders are no longer required to make access reservations to visit Perisher.

Effective 04 August 2020:

Guests with an Epic Australia Pass, Epic Pass or Epic Military Pass are no longer required to make pass access reservations to visit Perisher.

As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Australia and align with public health recommendations, we may have to re-introduce pass holder access reservations at a later date if it is deemed necessary to keep our employees, guests and communities safe. To help us keep the resort safe, guests are requested to stay home if they are not feeling well or are considered high risk, and to practice good hygiene and maintain physical distance while at the resort.

For guests without an Epic Australia Pass, Epic Pass or Epic Military Pass, lift tickets need to be purchased in advance. Lift tickets for the coming weeks will be released progressively starting next week.

We thank you for your patience as we work through this challenging time.

Please Note: Pass Holders have free access to Perisher's Neon Night Skiing & Boarding and First Tracks. To appropriately manage capacity due to physical distancing requirements Pass Holders will need to register through the Perisher online store.

Falls Creek and Hotham Update: 

Vail Resorts announced it will not reopen its lift operations at Falls Creek and Hotham for Spring skiing and snowboarding following the Victorian Government’s introduction of Stage 4 restrictions for Melbourne and Stage 3 restrictions for regional Victoria, which will be in place for six weeks. This announcement follows the Company’s decision on 9 July to suspend operations until at least 19 August, in line with the re-introduction of Stage 3 restrictions for greater Melbourne and the closure of the NSW border. 

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