Thredbo is responsible for maintaining car parking, courtesy buses and snow clearing of public roads within the village, in addition to water, waste and recycling.
The free shuttle bus service makes it easy and convenient for you to get around Thredbo Village. The map below shows the four routes and their drop off and pickup points.
Shuttle Bus Routes
From Monday 4 September, a NEW Route 1 bus stop will now be located on lower Bobuck Lane outside Tombarra Apartments, just before the fire station. Guests travelling to Friday Flat will now be able to get on a Route 1 Bus at Tombarra and stay on the bus going to Friday Flat. This service will provide for guests staying in all the properties in lower Bobuck Lane from Bobuck Apartments down to House of Ullr, and for guests staying in Mowamba Apartments and Berntis. The Route 3 Service Station stop will remain in play for guests returning from Friday Flat to save them doing a full lap of the Village to get home in the afternoon.
As with all trials, we appreciate any feedback to email@example.com and if the response is positive and the trial does not impact on the rest of the network operations, the new bus stop may become a permanent feature into the future.
Parking & Road Conditions
There are a variety of car parks close to the village and mountain for both day visitors and overnight stays.
We’ve prepared some tips for securing parking during peak periods and preparing your car during snowfall.
Road Conditions and Snow Chains
Thredbo is responsible for snow clearing of public roads, pathways and all public car parks within Thredbo Village. Although we endeavour to keep roads clear, conditions change rapidly and this is not always possible particularly during ongoing snow events or snap freezes. Snow clearing of private driveways and car parks is the responsibility of the property owner.
Here are our best tips on snow chains and driving safely at the snow.
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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.