Private Ski & Snowboard Lessons

For the ultimate in personalised tuition, you can’t go past a private lesson

Reasons to take a lesson:

Our private lesson specialists provide lessons specific to all abilities and across all ages, from children who are learning for their first time, through to competitive teens and particularly cautious adults. Take a private lesson with Falls Creek Snowsports School to get the most out of your on-snow experience. Book a private lesson and enjoy these benefits:

  • Exclusive one-on-one time with your own instructor
  • A choice of nine different lesson options to suit your needs
  • Personalised lesson planning to support your progression
  • Skip lift lines with our priority loading
  • Explore the mountain in ways you've never seen before

*Valet experience is applicable only with our 7 hour Premium All Day private option. 

What to bring along:

You will need to have a valid Snow Pass card, with a lift pass loaded onto it. You will also need to be suited up with your snow gear, helmet, skis and boots or snowboard and boots. Pre-purchase your life pass and rentals online to save yourself time and money by clicking here.

Falls Creek's Helmet policy requires that all participants in children's snowsports programs, plus any programs that access our terrain parks, race courses or similar activities wear an approved snowsports helmet. Click here to view Falls Creek's Helmet Policy.

Lesson Times:

Start times will vary depending on which private lesson you have booked. Please ensure you know the start time of your lesson and allow enough time to travel from your accommodation to the meeting area, located next to Cloud 9.

Meeting Area

Your private lesson will commence next to Cloud 9, which is located at the Top of Halley's Comet chairlift. When you leave the chairlift, you will see a red sign on your left that reads Private Lesson Meet Here. Your instructor will meet you there, ready to go!

We recommend that you allow at least half an hour to line up for Halley's Comet chairlift. You will also need to be suited up with your snow gear, helmet, and ski or board equipment. If you require rentals, it is highly recommended that you organise this at least the night before your lesson to save you time, especially on weekends.