In Australia Thredbo and Perisher both report a base of around 180cm (six feet) with temperatures however around zero. Thredbo has had 12cm (five inches) of new snow in the past week, most recently on Monday. It's a similar picture at the other Aussie ski areas, even if the snow is not quite so deep/ Falls Creek has a 116cm (near 4 foot) average and all but one of its lifts running, indeed virtually all of Australia's pistes are groomed and almost every lift operational.
In New Zealand Mt Hutt is maintaining a two metre (near seven foot) snow depth on the upper mountain after another 14cm (six inches) feel yesterday. The remarkable has got half that but did get another 5cm earlier today.
Over on Mt Ruapehu, Turoa reports another 15cm (six inches) fell overnight - keeping snow depths up above 1.8m (six feet) on the upper mountain.