The Resort is Temporarily Closed
Falls Creek Alpine Resort and the Alpine National Park are closed for the duration of the stage 3 ‘Stay at Home’ restrictions for regional Victoria. This closure began at 11.59pm on the 5th of August. Only residents of Falls Creek or those with a valid permit can enter the village.
We welcome you back to visit Falls Creek again when the time is right.
Click here for further information.
Tobogganing is currently closed due to poor snow conditions.
Who doesn't love some great fun sliding in the snow? Tobogganing is a cheap and easy option for all and gives the unique thrill of racing down a hill on snow. Falls Creek features an advanced slope at Windy Corner (currently closed) with day car parking located nearby.
While the ski lifts are not turning and snow conditions do not permit tobogganing at Windy Corner, families can toboggan at Slalom Plaza.
The slopes are free to access, all you need is an approved toboggan and a booking through our online system. Stop in at the Visitor Information Centre to check-in and collect your wristbands before your allocated timeslot.
Toboggans are able to rent from at the Windy Corner Cafe, Halley's, Yogi's and Central Snowsports in the Village at the prices below. You can also bring your own as long as it complies with regulations.
|Outlet||1 Day||2 Days||3 Days||4 Days||Extra
|Falls Creek Cross Country||$15||$30||$45||$60||Half Day hire 1-4pm $10|
|Halley's Ski Hire||$15||$20||$25||$30||$5|
|Yogi's Ski and Snowboard Hire||$15||$30||$45||$60||$15|
Watching Donuts Being Made
Watch the magic of Snonuts Donuts being made. Snonuts has built a dedicated platform where kids can stand high on the steps and be mesmerised by the way we make our warm pillowy donuts. Located in Slalom Plaza near the base of Halley's Chairlift, Snonuts donuts offer the perfect winter warmer. Open daily from 10am - 3pm.
Falls Creek Museum
The Falls Creek Museum is a fascinating step back in time to celebrate the rich diversity and history of the resort. The perfect bad-weather activity, head to the Panabode building next to Halleys Comet chair in Slalom Plaza. Entry is free with gold coin donation greatly appreciated. Find out more information here.