Season passes are back, kid’s programs will return, and brand new experiences will be unveiled when Thredbo kicks off one of its most anticipated ski seasons ever this year.
The NSW alpine resort is bracing for a roaring trade this winter, following a muted 2020 that saw visitor numbers limited and some attractions shuttered due to the pandemic.
Now, with restrictions continuing to ease in NSW and borders reopened nationwide, Thredbo plans to bounce back with even more action on the slopes and in the village when the ski season officially kicks off on June 12, subject to snow conditions.
“I think the demand will be unprecedented,” Thredbo general manager Stuart Diver told news.com.au.
“It’s definitely shaping up to be a good season and hopefully with the easing of some of the COVID restrictions we’ll be able to get back to some fairly normal operations.”
Mr Diver said more people were rediscovering Thredbo as overseas ski resorts remained off limits and domestic travellers sought more options for holidaying at home.
“I think a lot of people who hadn’t skied at Thredbo for a couple of years and have come back have been surprised at how good the skiing is here,” he said…