Perisher Valley

Perisher Valley

Perisher Valley is a ski resort village in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales in Snowy River Shire. Perisher is primarily a winter only resort village, although, all-year-round accommodation is available. It is within the Kosciuszko National Park, and administered by The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS).

Access to the Valley is via the Skitube underground railway, or by road. A fee payable to the Park's Service, and motor vehicles are not permitted to stay overnight in the winter months.

Perisher Valley is one of four villages making up the Perisher Blue ski resort. It is 1,720 metres above sea level.


Perisher provides a network of world class ski resorts linked by an almost endless array of ski lifts, on snow accommodation, restaurants, cafés, pubs, self contained holiday apartments, shops, mini supermarkets, night clubs and ski hire.

The terrain is extremely varied and provides slopes suitable for a range of abilities from beginner on to Olympic competitor. Everything you need to have a fantastic on snow holiday is right at your fingertips.
Ride the 8.5 km long Skitube from Bullocks Flat to Perisher and Blue Cow.

Seek out the Mountain Pygmy Possumin its main habitat around Blue Cow.

Walk to the top of the Porcupine Trackfor a grand view of the region.
Celebration of Winter Festival in June kicks off the ski season and includes a traditional Blessing of the Snow.

Perisher Spring Carnival in September has a range of activities including live music and art exhibitions.

You can also enjoy-

The alpine flowers blanketing the mountain in spring.

Night skiing under the vast star-scattered sky.

The extensive nightlife and leisure options.

More than 100 km of cross-country ski tracks.

Mountain biking and bushwalking during summer.