KAC Thredbo enjoys gorgeous mountain views over the Thredbo Valley. Located in the centre of the Village it’s a short stroll to Restaurants, Shops, Bars & the Village Square with Mini-bus transport to get around. Thredbo Village arranges for a continual mini bus service throughout the Village in Winter, which provides a pick-up and drop off from the front of the lodge to the ski slopes.
From its breathtaking views over the Thredbo Valley, guest facilities include large split level lounge room all with mountain views, fireplace in the main living area, en-suites in all rooms, wireless internet, table football room, laundry, drying room and secure ski storage. A microwave & toasted sandwich maker are available together with BBQ facilities on the large balcony overlooking the Thredbo village and the mountains. At lunchtime, eat out at one of the many cafés available on the mountain or come back to the lodge and prepare your own. At night, enjoy dining with other guests, or explore the vast range of eateries in the village. A free winter bus service is also within easy reach of the lodge for fast access to the Friday Flat ski area and Australian Institute of Sport accredited Thredbo Leisure Centre which includes an Olympic sized heated pool.
KAC Thredbo operates throughout Summer and Winter on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
All the front bedrooms have panoramic views of the mountains and all rooms have en suites. Rooms are in King, Twin or Bunk configurations. All rooms feature en-suite bathrooms and central heating. The lodge is licensed for 48 beds, with two large rooms with ensuites containing accommodation for six (suitable for use as a family suite or bunk room). Linen and towels are supplied and there is also a laundry should you need to do extra washing.
Thredbo is an easy 5.5 to 6 hour drive from Sydney via Canberra and Cooma or 7 hours from Melbourne with more than half the distance on freeway standard or dual carriage roads. The Alpine Way accesses Thredbo Village from Jindabyne.
Motorists are legally required to carry properly fitting chains in any vehicle other than 4WD’s in a ‘snow-ice’ risk section within the National Park. It’s an easy half hour drive from Jindabyne in good weather. Entry to the National Park is $27 per car per day in winter and $16 per car per day in summer. Annual passes are $190.* (further information on the NPWS Park Use fees can be located here)
- 3 Course Dinner
- Bathroom Ensuites
- Commercial Kitchen
- Cooked Breakfast
- Cosy Fireplace
- Dining Room
- Guest Laundry
- Linen and Towels
- Lounge Room
- Wi-Fi Internet