Find a cosy couples retreat or a high end hotel style room; source some well appointed wedding or group accommodation, or our functional and well-equip family friendly properties.
Located around the village square and along the village green, these properties provide easy access to shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as great mountain views and cater to couples, families and large groups.
Situated at the foot of the snow trails at the village end of the Resort and offering stunning views of the slopes and golf course, Crackenback Ridge offers luxury accommodation for couples, families and large groups.
Nestled up in the native Australian bush within close proximity to the Friday Flat area, Woodridge properties are ideal for learner skiers or snowboarders during winter and cater to couples, families and large groups.
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The choice is yours, plan your perfect Thredbo escape and enjoy a mountain of activities, inspiring local attractions, stunning accommodation and friendly, helpful service here to ensure your holiday in the Snowy Mountains is a memorable experience, no matter the season.
Thredbo Summer Months
Each month of the year in Thredbo offers a unique experience, while winter pursuits are fairly self-explanatory, the summer months each hold a surprise of their own!
Thredbo Village recovers from the snow season in October, snow cover melts away and depending on the previous winter, families looking for a post-winter snow adventure can typically find large patches of snow to make a snowman or throw a snowball! Average Max Temperature: 13.3 degrees Celsius
The Thredbo sun starts to gather some warmth and the mountain bike trails open up. November is an ideal time of year for a walk to Kosi as not only will you get glimpses of snow and first sightings of wildflower buds, the temperatures will keep you nice and cool. Average Max Temperature: 16.5 degrees Celsius
With an extra few hours of sunlight December days are long enough to get the most out of Thredbo. Stunning native Australian wildflowers coat the top of the mountain and it’s the perfect climate to enjoy an evening BBQ on the Thredbo river. Average Max Temperature: 19.1 degrees Celsius
Take a dip in the river, cool down with a cold beverage on any of the pub balconies or enjoy the exciting January events. A Kids Holiday Carnival, Thredbo Blues Festival, and Australia Day celebrations are only a few of the many reasons a trip to Thredbo in January is a guaranteed good time. Average Max Temperature: 21.4 degrees Celsius
Make the journey to Thredbo and work off that summer season bulk in mountains at the Thredbo Leisure Centre or on one of the many beautiful walking trails around the village. Bring an extra layer of clothes and head out to Dead Horse Gap on sundown and find a wild Brumby. Average Max Temperature: 21 degrees Celsius
With University Students and Children back in school, now is the time for Grandma and Grandpa to hit the road….. along with anyone wanting to avoid the crowds! March days offer the perfect climate for enjoying a mountain bike ride down the Thredbo Valley Trail as well as three days of music at the Thredbo Country Music Festival. Average Max Temperature: 18.1 degrees Celsius
The biggest Easter egg hunt in the Snowy Mountains happens in Thredbo, over 1000 delicious chocolate eggs are spread out across the Village Green for children of all ages to collect, creating quite the show for parents to enjoy. The Easter holiday carnival which accompanies the hunt always features exciting music, dance and art workshops and more. Average Max Temperature:13.8 degrees Celsius
The cooler weather starts to arrive and pre-winter excitement filters throughout the shops, bars and cafes in Thredbo. May is a great month to grab a special deal on accommodation and it’s your last chance until November to walk to Mt Kosizuszko and get your #Conquerkozzie Selfie (without snow covering the ground). Average Max Temperature: 10 degrees Celsius