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Thredbo is a really cosy and hospitable town. Visited here 3 days to see the snow, go up the chairlifts and go skiing. Plenty of restaurants and food outlets. Thredbo River flows through the center. Great location for summer or winter.
Thredbo and Perisher refuse to acknowledge reality and move this weekend on a week or two, to a time when there is actual snow on the ground. In the seven years that I have lived in Canberra there has NEVER been natural snow on the...More
I guess I always go to Thredbo with pleaseure. The village has a good feel, the coffee is good, the Kosciusko Express takes you to almost 2000m altitude in a few minutes. I am also going with trepidation about the state of my credit card....More
There is no other place like Thredbo.
It has something to do all year. Winter is obviously all about the skiing\snow boarding with the best and longest runs in Australia.Summer is different but just as good with great hikes, mountain biking, cycling, running, gold, tennis,...More
Absolute overpriced tourist trap. Restaurant/cafe food is unbelievably expensive. Try and stay somewhere with a kitchen and cook your own, and bring your own grog. You’ll save a fortune.
That aside yes it very pretty in summer or winter.
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If you want to be sure of good snow, go in July or August. There's nothing more disappointing than arriving for your holiday to find bare ground. It will certainly cost you less to go in June but it's a false economy if... More
If you want to be sure of good snow, go in July or August. There's nothing more disappointing than arriving for your holiday to find bare ground. It will certainly cost you less to go in June but it's a false economy if you can't guarantee what you're going for --- actual snow. Enjoy.