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Our lakeside unit (47) was beautifully appointed with wood available to make a warm fire. Underfloor heating in kitchen area and bathrooms (2) an added bonus. Complementary shuttle bus to ski-tube terminal (5 minutes away) makes access to Perisher Valley and Blue Cow simple. Beautiful...More
This was our 7th year , we love this resort. But this time around we felt that everything was an extra charge. We had to pay for Firewood, In previous years when visiting in May it has been provided. $30 for a bag of firewood...More
We stayed at the resort for the June long weekend. We stayed in a two bedroom villa on the lake. We arrived late and although reception was closed, we obtained the keys without any issues and easily found our villa. The villa was great. Two...More
We took a Long weekend break here for 3 nights and it was so relaxing. The crisp morning air off the mountain range with a tinge of snow was invigorating and refreshing.
We stayed in a studio on StockWhip Way and it was so warm...More
I stayed at Lake Crackenback with my fiance over the long weekend. We booked the studio room, and honestly found it a little underwhelming considering is was over $300 a night. Other small gripes - the pool was a little too cool, the shower pressure...More
Response from CrackenbackResort, Manager at Lake Crackenback Resort & SpaResponded 4 days ago
We very much appreciate you taking the time to tell us about your experience at Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay, your kind words will be passed onto our Cuisine and Spa teams.
Hi - Lake Crackenback Resort is outside of the National Park, so you won't need a parks pass to stay there. You also won't need a parks pass if you are getting to Perisher on the ski tube (as far as I know). Snow chains will... More
Hi - Lake Crackenback Resort is outside of the National Park, so you won't need a parks pass to stay there. You also won't need a parks pass if you are getting to Perisher on the ski tube (as far as I know). Snow chains will depend on the weather at the time; the first chain bay is Penderlea which is actually prior to the resort turn off. You can easily find out the road conditions at Jindabyne when you get there.