Thredbo Alpine Village, Thredbo Village

(3.3/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Go hiking, drink Kosciusko beer, and sit by the fireplace at Thredbo Alpine Village. Hike to the summit of Australia's highest mountain, standing at 2,228 m (7,300 ft). This is a moderate walk of 13.5 km (8.4 mi) that provides you with spectacular scenery. When you're done, sip some hot chocolate and enjoy live music performances at one of the pubs in the village at the bottom of the mountain. The location is perfect for winter sports, and in the summer you can play tennis, golf, and take advantage of the Aquatic Center. Plan to see Thredbo Alpine Village and other attractions that appeal to you using our Thredbo Village tourist route planner.
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  • Thredbo is great in summer for bush walking and being outdoors. If you want shopping, don't bother! There are your basics, paper shop (good), chemist (excellent) and supermarket (small but ok range, b...  more »
  • The village is compact, but seems to offer a good range of accommodation. In summer a number of the businesses were closed, but there was still plenty open to make it a good holiday location. It is th...  more »
  • Went into the National Park to go and have a look at Thredbo on the recommendation of the information centre in Cooma. They said it a pretty little village and worth a visit. We had to pay $17 to driv...  more »