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Five reasons to get to Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort in Gippsland this winter
Resort where kids can learn to ski or snowboard, or for the family to spend the holiday to.
This family-friendly alpine resort is a place of beauty, tranquility and tobogganing legend. Head above the snowline to the dashing Baw Baw Plateau. Just 2.5 hours from Melbourne, Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort is your ticket to alpine adventure.
Snow gums on summit of Mt Baw Baw
That blanket of snowflakes is there to tempt your inner child. Build a snowman, make a snow angel, and make sure you're on the winning team in a snowball fight.
Mt Baw Baw winter kids-throwing snow
Visit the Dingo Resource Centre that alpine dingoes, Rowdy and Warragul, call home. You can join these lovable pups on a walk around the village's pristine trails. Snowshoe hire is included in the ticket price if conditions require.
Mt Baw Baw Alpine dingo in the snow
The dedicated snow-making machine will ensure there is plenty of the fun stuff around for all the racing, slips and slides in the toboggan park. There is also a magic carpet to help tired little legs get back to the top of the run.
Experience the thrill of tobogganning with on our recently renovated Frosti Frog Toboggan Park and Magic Carpet! Visit the toboggan park.
Mt Baw Baw winter kids toboganning
Learn to ski or snowboard
The resort is fantastic for beginners with gentle slopes and learner areas. Grab yourself a lesson and look like a pro with your graceful swish-swish. Group and private lessons are available for adults and kids.
The friendly Mt Baw Baw Snowsports Team are here to deliver ski and snowboard lessons that help you improve whether it is your first time on the slopes or you're perfecting those tricky manoeuvres. For more details, visit learning to ski and snowboard.
Mt Baw Baw winter kids ski lessons
Hit the downhill trails
Ride one of seven ground tows to experience downhill skiing or boarding at Melbourne's closest downhill snow resort. Ski longer with our amazing lift pass prices in 2021. Prices vary depending on the day and number of lifts in operation, see ski lift pass prices.
Skiing at Mt Baw Baw
Pictures from Visit Gippsland.
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