Arriving In Thredbo
Get ready to explore Australia’s premier adventure destination! Here is the ultimate guide with all the information you need to ensure a smooth arrival in Thredbo.
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Getting Here & Parking
Thredbo is located in the heart of the Kosciuszko National Park in Snowy Mountains, NSW and is conveniently accessed by car, bus or plane.
Roughly 5.5 hours’ drive from either Sydney or Melbourne and 2.5 hours drive from Canberra, Thredbo offers both day and overnight car parking facilities.
First Day In Thredbo
From the car park, make your way along Friday Flat Drive to the main hubs in Thredbo:
- Friday Flat (2 mins walk) – access to Friday Flat beginner area, Snowsports meeting area, Easy Does It Chairlift & Gunbarrel Chairlift
- Valley Terminal (12 mins walk) – access to Kosciuszko Chairlift, Merritts Gondola & Snowgums Chairlift
- Thredbo Village (12 mins walk) – restaurants, bars, shops & accommodation
MyThredbo Card Kiosks
On arrival your first step is to pick up your MyThredbo card, your personal key to Thredbo. The 24-7 MyThredbo Card Kiosks are located near the base of the chairlifts at Friday Flat and Valley Terminal.
Offering ease and convenience, your MyThredbo Card is linked to your Thredbo profile so whenever you buy a lift pass or lesson it will be loaded onto this card.
Trails & Mountain Map
Our mountain has trails for all abilities and Australia’s only alpine gondola to get you up the mountain with ease.
Discover convenient equipment rental at the base of the mountain, places to eat and drink on and off the mountain, plus all of Thredbo’s amenities on one map.
After a big day on the mountain, there is always something happening in Thredbo. Enjoy on-mountain events, live music, festivals, kids school holiday activities, dining and more.
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Thredbo sits on the traditional land of the Monero – Ngarigo people who have looked after this land, water and community for over 60,000 years. We thank them for all they have done and continue to do to look after their country, a special place which we all love and respect.