Thredbo Snow Tour from Sydney $99

Thredbo Snow Tours will be operating from June to September depending on the snow coverage

Operates: Fridays and Saturdays

Departs Sydney: 10:55pm (Night of your selected departure date)

Arrives Thredbo: 7:30am

Departs Thredbo: 3:00pm

Returns Sydney: Approximately 9:50pm

Adults: $99

Children: $99

This tour is not suitable for children under 3 years old.

  • Return transfer
  • National Park fees
  • Discounted equipment hiring fee
  • Morning tea

Please meet the tour at the bus stop at corner of Darling Drive and Ultimo Road, Haymarket Sydney at 10:55 pm,

There are no upgrades for this tour.

Thredbo Snow Tour from Sydney Itinerary

Featuring Australia’s longest ski run and a vibrant alpine village, Thredbo is without a doubt the country’s premier winter destination. Set deep within Kosciuszko National Park, this soaring mountain range reaches an altitude of 1930-metres with the conditions perfect for beginners and expert winter enthusiasts alike.

Just because you’re staying in Sydney, doesn’t mean you’re too far away. Our special one-day tour from the city to Thredbo provides a convenient way to experience all of the mountain’s glory within one jam-packed adventure. Board our comfortable bus as we make our getaway from Sydney late in the evening. Recline your seats and get some much-needed sleep as we cruise down the highway and deep into the spectacular Snowy Mountains region.

As the sun starts to peek over the horizon, we’ll take a quick rest in the lakefront town of Jindabyne for biscuits and hot coffee. There’s also an opportunity to visit a winter sports superstore to rent some discounted snow gear to take on our journey. After making the final part of the journey, we’ll reach Thredbo and spend the next 7.5 hours skiing and snowboarding our way throughout the mountainous landscape.

Across 480 hectares of pristine snow, many of Australia’s most exciting runs and terrain parks can be found here. There’s also the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift, which operates throughout the year and gives access to Australia’s highest-altitude restaurant known as the Eagles Nest. Meanwhile, make sure you leave some time to get off the slopes and explore the alpine village with its great selection of bars, shopping boutiques and places to eat.

No doubt feeling a little tired after our great day out in the snow, we’ll depart Thredbo at 3pm. On our drive back to Sydney, we’ll take a 40-minute break for dinner before eventually arriving back at Haymarket by approximately 9.45pm. Quite possibly Australia’s most internationally renowned alpine destination, Thredbo is a magical place to visit during the colder months. And with it being surprisingly easy to get to from the city, there’s no reason not to come and experience this bustling winter wonderland.

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