Selwyn Australia


Selwyn Snowfield is proud to live by its motto “Friendly Family Ski Resort”. The family friendly atmosphere will be sure to make you and your family feel right at home. Selwyn’s gently progressing terrain and caring mountain staff means you can relax knowing your children are in safe hands. There is a great day lodge on site but stay in Adaminaby.

Selwyn Snowfield Facts

Location

Selwyn is in Kosciuszko National Park situated in the Snowy Mountains. The Snowy Mountains are in the South East of Australia and are equidistant between Sydney and Melbourne.

Where you can stay

There is no accommodation on the mountain

Adaminaby
Old Adaminaby
Anglers Reach
Talbingo
Tumbarumba
Cooma
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97kms

How to get there

Selwyn Snowfield is located an easy 2.5 hour drive from Canberra, 5.5 hour drive from Sydney and 6.5 hour drive from Melbourne. It is a requirement that all vehicles except 4WDs carry properly fitting chains at all times on the Snowy Mountains Highway. These can be hired most service stations on your way to Selwyn Snowfields. You will be required to pay an entry fee for the National Park which is $27 per vehicle per day.

On Trail Facts

Selwyn Snowfields is widely regarded as the premiere learn-to-ski, family snow recreation area in NSW. If you are new to the snow, Selwyn Snowfields is the perfect place to learn to ski or snowboard. With

programs for adults and children as young as 18 months, our MILO Snow Sports School will have you sliding down the mountain in no time.

That’s not all! Selwyn Snowfields has so many fun and exciting activities for the whole family to enjoy. If skiing or snowboarding is not your thing why not have a go on one of our two snowtube parks, give tobogganing a go, snow biking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, or just enjoying playing in the snow in the beautiful Snowy Mountains.

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Selwyn focuses around families but you can still grab a beer down the friendly boozer and meet some of the locals.

 

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