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Getting Here

Getting to Thredbo is easy. Thredbo is located roughly 6 hours drive from either Sydney or Melbourne and 2.5 hours drive from Canberra, which can be conveniently accessed by car, bus or plane. Thredbo is located within the Kosciuszko National Park in the NSW Snowy Mountains and is open 365 days a year.



If you’re visiting Thredbo for the day you can park your car in one of the many car parks close to the village and mountain.

If you are staying overnight in Thredbo, we have free overnight designated parking areas (P2,P3 & P4) and many chalets and apartments have on-site parking for guests.

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By Air

Enjoy less time travelling and more time skiing and snowboarding when you travel by plane to Thredbo.

If you are flying from Sydney you can fly direct to Snowy Mountains Airport in Cooma with REX Regional Express. If you are flying from outside of NSW you will need to fly into Canberra and can do so from every major city in Australia.

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Sit back, relax and start your trip to the snow with less stress thanks to the wide range of bus services that run all year round to Thredbo.

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Private Transfer from Jindabyne to Thredbo

There are a variety of options to get from Jindabyne to Thredbo and back by either shuttle bus or private transfer.

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Snow Chains

Snow chains for vehicles are not legally required to be carried on the Alpine Way between Jindabyne and Thredbo, the NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) recommend that two-wheel-drive vehicles travelling along the Alpine Way between Jindabyne and Thredbo carry properly-fitting snow chains in winter and that they be fitted when directed by roadside signage at chain bays or authorised NPWS, RMS and Police officers. All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) and Four-Wheel-Drive (4WD) vehicles are not required by law to carry snow chains, however given that the majority of AWD vehicles have tyres fitted that are unsuitable for driving on snow and ice, the RMS recommends that AWD vehicles carry chains as well, especially if drivers have little experience driving on snow or ice. Chains can be hired at service stations and ski-hire shops in the region.

See Live Traffic NSW for road conditions

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