Perisher Valley

Perisher Blue Ski Resort was formed in March 1995 as a result of the merger of Perisher-Smiggins Ski Resort and Blue Cow-Guthega Ski Resort, creating the biggest ski resort in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere, which also included the Skitube Alpine Railway at Bullocks Flat and the Station Resort at Jindabyne.

Since 1995, the resort has hosted over 6.9 million skier days, carried over 2.5 million train passengers on the Skitube and invested around 50 million dollars into resort improvements.

An awesome 1250 hectares incorporate seven mountain peaks across four great resorts that are interlinked by an amazing network of 51 lifts.

The resorts’ world-renowned ski and snowboard school is the largest in the southern hemisphere.

Perisher Valley Australia

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