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Falls Creek holiday deals for September 2020

Ski holidays don't have to add up to much if you check deals like these before you book.

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With 92 runs spread across 450 hectares of the Victorian Alps, Falls Creek is one of Australia's largest ski resorts - and the biggest one in the state.

But bigger doesn't have to mean spending big - especially with these holiday deals that will get you onto the slopes for less.

Restrictions due to Melbourne's July coronavirus outbreak

Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreaks, anyone living in metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire will not be allowed to enter ski areas. Some ski lifts and resorts have closed across Victoria and will consider reopening when restrictions are set to ease after 19 August 2020.
If further announcements are made, we'll update this page with more information.

Latest Falls Creek holiday deals

Trip.com Trip.com

Up to 16% off winter escapes

Available on select dates in 2020. Destinations include Jindabyne, Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley, Falls Creek, Mount Buller and more.

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Stayz Stayz

Falls Creek stays from $132/night

Available on select stay dates from July 2020 onward. Sample rate is for Glen Wills Retreat.

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Wotif Wotif

Falls Creek stays from $129/night

Available on select stay dates. Sample rate is for Murmeli Falls Creek.

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Airbnb Airbnb

Refer a friend and get $25 Airbnb credit

Give a friend $50 toward their first stay and get $25 credit for yourself toward a future booking.

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Fast facts about Falls Creek

Where is it? In the Victorian Alps, Falls Creek sits about 4.5-hours' drive northeast of Melbourne.

How do I get there? The best way to get to Falls Creek is to drive from Melbourne. If you need to fly in, Albury airport is the closest major gateway, but more flights (and from budget carriers) are available into Melbourne's Tullamarine.

When should I go? Being a snow resort, the peak winter months of July and August will bring the best conditions on the slopes. June and September will also have snow and be a bit more affordable, but the conditions are generally poorer.

What should I do? Hit the slopes, join in the apres ski culture, go tobogganing.


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