A little about Mt Hotham, home of the only biathlon range in Australia.
For most people around the globe, Australia brings to mind images of barbeques, surf boards and kangaroos bouncing around in the hot desert sun. However, Australia is actually home the world’s oldest ski club in the gold mining town of Kiandra. Thankfully, since the gold rush skiing in Oz has become much more developed, the country now provides some of the best ski resorts in the southern hemisphere. With ski-in, ski-out accommodation and world-class facilities located just hours from the sweltering city centres, these resorts are a prime location to visit all year round.
Falls Creek Village
High up, adjacent to the breath-taking Bogong High Plains, is the beautiful Falls Creek resort. The largest alpine ski resort in Victoria, Falls Creek has a skiable area of a whopping 450 hectares. The ski-in, ski-out town is completely self-contained with everything you could want from bars, restaurants, schools and supermarkets…
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