Backpackers that decide to come to Thredbo are very well catered for. From low cost comfortable and cosy ski accommodation to very affordable and great tasting meals being served at one of the many different restaurants, cafes and bistros that the town of Thredbo has to offer. Or you can decide to check out one of the other ski slopes such as Perisher Blue, Falls Creek, Mount Selwyn, and Mount Buller or base yourself in the very central location of Jindabyne where you can easily just jump on the ski tube and access all surrounding ski slopes at your own leisure. All of these other places offer great accommodation for backpackers travelling on a budget.
All establishments in the Thredbo Village offer low budget accommodation or you can check out the dorm rooms at the YHA Backpackers in Thredbo. Along with the other apartments, motels, hotels and ski lodges where you can also find quality low cost Thredbo accommodation. You will be well catered for and looked after by the warm and friendly staff during your stay. All you will have to do is sit back and enjoy your holiday and have all your needs catered for.
Travelling in Australia will require you to plan ahead of the kind of accommodation you need. In this post, I will give you tips and
Thredbo is located only a 2 and a half hour drive south of Canberra and a 6 hour drive from the city of Sydney so getting to Thredbo is easy. Make your way to Jindabyne, the gateway to the snowy mountains, and then you are only 31 kilometres away from Australia’s longest ski runs.
There are so many ways to get to Thredbo, you can either fly or go by bus. Most airlines service the Canberra Airport from all the major Australian cities and then you jump on a plane to the Cooma Airport which is approximately 1 hours drive from Thredbo.
Then just relax as you catch one of the coach transfers to your preferred accommodation. All bus lines will drive you directly to Thredbo or if you would rather do it all at your own pace, you can hire a car from anywhere is Australia. But you must always make sure that you have properly fitter snow chains just in case there is heavy snow fall while you are there. You will also need to contact the National Parks in Jindabyne to organise your Park Entry Fees before you make your way to Thredbo. National Park fees can be paid at the Gates or at the National Parks Centre in Jindabyne.
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