Barrakee Lodge

Address: North Perisher, Perisher Valley, New South Wales, 2624, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on North Perisher, Perisher Valley, is near Perisher Blue Ski Resort and Thredbo Alpine Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Perisher Valley

    Day 52 Brogo - Perisher

    A travel blog entry by robmauger on Mar 01, 2015

    2 photos

    ... its thinned blood, is not happy. We are here to do some maintenance work on the lodge before the winter visitors come. It costs $945 per person per week to stay here in peak season and that is purely accommodation. You have $100+ daily ski passes and ferrying around on ski cats on top, plus food and ski hire and any number of other sundry expenses. It is the most expensive skiing in the world and makes a week in Switzerland seem like good value. As most of the Australian population ...


    A travel blog entry by car167 on Aug 15, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... the locals of Corryong are a very welcoming community and the local Lions Club which only has 10 members catered for the bashers with a roast dinner. Fire pits set up outside along with the Fire Truck providing its usual sustenance for the lads and bless them a nice Sav Blanc for us girls. Total kms for the afternoon 217.

    Congratulations to the Clayton Netball team for winning 2014 EFL GRAND FINAL - GO CLAYS From the Proud Coach and the ...

    Island Bend, Kosciusko National Park

    A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Oct 29, 2013

    47 photos

    ... kangaroos, tons of birds, and bunnies. The road gave us déjà vu and we thought it would never end.

    But when it did, we came out of the mountain bush, to Great Plains and hills of grass, with cows, as well as horses, and sheep. I might have said this before, but it's springtime! So. Many. Babies! So cute! Shout out to baby Jack! We're thinking about you!

    As we turned a corner, near the end of Alpine National Park, we saw a cow walking in the road! I ...

    Frosty the snowman...

    A travel blog entry by ecccanberratrip on Jul 10, 2013

    ... in the face with snow (and perhaps throwing a lot of snow at others too) I saw Jaiden and Quinn and Max fly over that jump. After stopping and trudging back to the bus for lunch, a snowman building contest followed. Their snowman's were so good that tourists were stopping to take photos. Before you knew it we were on our way back to Canberra, exhausted but happy. It was definitely decided that this has been the best Canberra trip ...

    Big trouble with the van!

    A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Jan 08, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... there was no water in the radiator. It had been full earlier because I had checked it.

    I put 5 litres of water into the radiator but I suspected that the head gasket had possibly blown.

    I managed to get to the Snowy Mountains Backpackers in Jindabyne. But it was obvious something wasn't right with the van.

    I contacted Wicked and after telling them what had happened and waiting for ...