Holiday & New Year Plans Sorted
Posted on 7 Dec, 2023 in
Thredbo’s summer events line-up is non-stop throughout December and January. Here’s a run down of the live music and entertainment, festive events, free school holiday activities and more.
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Kids Summer Adventure Festival | 22 December 22 – 14 January
Kids are about to take over the mountain these school holidays! With MTB School Holiday Camps, treasure hunts, arts and crafts, alpine bobsled, Mission Inflatable, rock-climbing, circus workshops, movie nights, sports sessions, face painting and lots more, there is something for all ages at Thredbo’s Kids Summer Adventure Festival.
Christmas Eve Carols | 24 December
Join us at the Thredbo Alpine Hotel on the 24th of December for the free annual Christmas Eve Carols. From 6pm, Thredbo will be filled with the sound of Christmas as the local community turns out for carols and cheer. Keep a lookout for Santa Claus, rumor has it that he might be dropping by to say hi…
Christmas Day Lunch | 25 December
Sleigh bells will be ringing this as we welcome you to celebrate with your loved ones this Christmas Day. To get into the festive spirit, the Thredbo Alpine Hotel has put together a range of Christmas Day Lunch experiences to make your day memorable. Celebrate in style with a mouth-watering lunch and premium beverage package at Cascades Restaurant, or have a family feast in the Kosciuszko Room that’s sure to please kids and parents alike.
New Years Eve Degustation Dinner | 31 December
Executive Chef Paul Starley has been working his magic in the kitchen to put together a five course degustation event for you to enjoy at Cascades Restaurant this New Years Eve. Sit back, relax, take in the sweeping views of the mountains and indulge in a 3hr bottomless beverage package. Following dinner, dust off those dancing shoes for some late night entertainment in the Alpine Bar.
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Thredbo Summer Music Series ft. Steve Edmonds Band | 31 December
The hills are alive with the sound of music! The Thredbo Music Series is back at Alpine Bar for its first installment of live music and mountain vibes this New Years Eve. Catch legendary guitarist Steve Edmonds and his band rock the stage with their list of classic guitar anthems and a respectful nod to some of the greatest bands and songs of your generation.
New Year’s Day Party: 1 January
Start the new year with good tunes and great vibes at our New Year’s Day Party presented by Balter. Relax in the mountain air at Alpine Bar with your favourite drink and tunes from Steve Edmonds Band. Cheers to the New Year!
Thredbo Summer Music Series ft. Tusk | 5 January
The second Thredbo Summer Music Series of the season is set to be a hit with a tribute to everyone’s favourite band. Tusk are celebrating half a century of hits from the legendary Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks, bringing the big concert experience to you in one incredible afternoon. With an all-star line up and over 10 years of touring Tusk is Australia leading Fleetwood Mac & Stevie Nicks Experience, get ready for all the chart-topping songs including Gypsy, Go Your Own Way, Little Lies, Landslide, Dreams, Don’t Stop, Edge Of Seventeen, Rhiannon and more.
Thredbo Summer Music Series ft. Felipe Baldomir: 13 January
The final edition of Thredbo Summer Music Series, catch Felipe in the Alpine Bar for an intimate afternoon set of mountain sounds and coastal tributes as he brings his talents to Thredbo. The Indie-Folk singer and songwriter from Uruguay is a multi-instrumentalist musical architect, who takes his audience on soulful sonic journeys.
The fun doesn’t end there, check out our full events calendar with night time guided hikes, MTB school holiday camps, yoga, experience drives and more through the holiday period.
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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.