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Mount Hotham Ski Resort

Mt Hotham is one of Australia's 'big five' ski resorts. With 13 ski lifts, 400m of vertical drop and 250 hectares of downhill terrain, we're serious about snow play. The resort offers a fabulous mix of runs both above and below the treeline. A state of the art snowmaking system operates on eight of our ski runs, adding to Mt Hotham's reputation as one of Victoria’s best snowfields.

Hotham offers ski runs suited to all levels of skiing and boarding. The Summit and Big D chairlifts and runs offer beginner level runs while intermediates will love the Village Loop run down the Basin and Slalom Gully, before heading over to the Orchard. Stronger skiers and boarders flock to Heavenly Valley, Hotham’s signature ski area. Advanced skiers have much to play with too - the famous Marys Slide or One Tree Hill are a must.

For those not so keen on the great outdoors, or for après ski at the end of the day, there are restaurants and bars at located throughout Hotham Village, with the popular General Store and Jack Frost being closest to Brush.

Of further benefit to visitors of Hotham is the proximity to Dinner Plain village just 10km down the road towards Omeo. On the way you will find the Wore Plain and Christmas Hills cross country tracks, biathlon facilities and toboggan and snow play area. Dinner Plain offers restaurants, a day spa, more cross country skiing, and if you time it right sled dogs, and is well worth a visit during your stay.


Brush Ski Lodge is located in the Davenport area with about 40 other club lodges. The lodge is a 3 minute walk to the ski access trail and bus stops provide transport around the village. The Jack Frost restaurant, bar (and ski and snowboard hire from Hoys and Snow Monkey) is close by for eating out and there is a mini-mart close by at the General Store. Beginner skiers are fully catered for at the Big D.

In summer, you can practically park at our front door. And we now have Electric Vehicle charging points too.


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