News from Victoria

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  • Australia: All Systems Go For The Season

    Australia's major commercial resorts cranked up their t-bars and chairlifts for the opening weekend of the ski season on June 7. A number of early season snowfalls in May pointed to a record opening weekend with many predicting a bumper season similar to North America's just gone. Full Article

    10th June 2008

  • Heavenly closes at Mt Hotham

    Hotham's most popular ski area, Heavenly Valley, has closed for the season due to marginal snow cover. Full Article

    19th September 2007

  • Hotham makes 2008 snow

    Mt Hotham will invest a further AU$3million into snowmaking for the 2008 season, ensuring perfect snow conditions every season. The popular Heavenly Valley will have its own snowmaking system for next season. Full Article

    9th September 2007

  • Snow News

    Skiing and riding is on hiatus in North America and most of Europe, but things are still going below the Equator. Full Article

    4th September 2007

  • Biggest jump in Australian snowboard history

    Falls Creek hosted Australia's biggest jump at the TTR World Snowboard tour 'stylewars' this week. Full Article

    29th August 2007

  • Free the heel at Falls Creek and Perisher

    Telemark is the new black in the world of free ski and Falls Creek and Perisher Blue are celebrating. Full Article

    26th July 2007

  • Victoria freezes

    The Victorian capital of Melbourne experienced it's coldest day in nine years on July 17. Temperatures dropped to 5 degrees with heavy rains. Good news for the Victorian ski fields as the cold front and precipitation translated into fresh snow. Full Article

    18th July 2007

  • Australian ski fields enjoy record snowfalls

    Australian resorts are enjoying the best season in seventeen years with snow dumping across New South Wales and Victoria. Full Article

    10th July 2007

  • Aussie jibbers fight it out at Buller

    Australia's top jibbers fight it out at Mt Buller with the second annual Cattleman's Rail Jam thanks to Burton Snowboards. Full Article

    3rd July 2007

  • Australian ski fields dumping

    Forty centimetres of snow dumped overnight at Thredbo Alpine Resort with the rest of Australia's ski areas experiencing similar conditions with more on the way. Full Article

    26th June 2007

  • Australia opens more lifts

    Early season snowfalls continue in the Australian resorts with Thredbo experiencing thirty centimetres overnight with more on the way. Lifts are opening across the resorts. Full Article

    19th June 2007

  • Australian resorts open early

    With the best opening season in seven years, Australia resorts are flicking the lift switch a day early. Full Article

    6th June 2007

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