We have tried to address the most Frequently asked questions below.

If you should require any additional information, please contact us on [email protected] or phone 02 6457 5220.



Perisher Valley Location

Driving distances

Location of Perisher Valley is approximately

  • 600 kms north east of Melbourne
  • 500 kms south west of Sydney
  • 210 kms south of Canberra
  • 95 kms from Cooma
  • 33 kms from Jindabyne
Snow Driving

Snow Driving

Snow driving considerations

All vehicles, except for 4WD must carry snow chains when driving on the Kosciuszko Road within the National Park Boundary however chains are not a requirement between Jindabyne and Bullocks Flat. If you are driving the Road Transport Authority suggests that you add anti-freeze to your engine radiator and if appropriate use cold weather diesel. Yellow lines on the road indicate possible snow and ice risk. If you are planning on staying at Marritz Hotel or Salzburg Apartments, we suggest that you familiarise yourself with the Snow Driving Tips provided by NSW Transport.

Getting to Perisher

Getting to Perisher

In Winter, overnight parking at Perisher Valley is not permitted, the public car park is open from 7am until midnight.  Included below, are options for travelling to Perisher:

Self-drive to Perisher

This is a popular option for guests wanting to ski on the day of their arrival.

Our staff will meet you with our oversnow vehicle at the loading bay (in between the National Parks Office and the Skitube building).  Once you have unloaded your luggage, you then park your vehicle in the day car park and re-locate to Bullocks Flat Terminal at a time that is convenient for you ie prior to midnight and return to Perisher Valley via the skitube.

Kosciuszko National Park regulations state that all vehicles, except for 4WD, must carry snow chains when entering the National Park Boundary.  It is