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

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    ... 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 ...

    Climbing Kozzi

    A travel blog entry by sommer-days on Mar 22, 2014

    33 photos

    ... great views of the mountains and the little village of Thredbo, which got smaller and smaller as we ascended the side of the mountain. The trip took about 10 minutes, but when we got off the chairlift and went around the corner, the biting alpine wind caught us by completely by surprise and nearly blew us sideways. We had to quickly zip up our parkas and hoods to keep out the wind and rain, and then we put our heads down and began our walk. The walk was relatively easy, ...

    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 ...

    Leaving the Murray River

    A travel blog entry by pughsjourney2 on Dec 29, 2012

    10 photos

    ... made a visit to Campbells Winery, home to the iconic Bobbie Burns Shiraz. Campbells combine over 135 years of family tradition with innovation to produce great Durif and Muscatel wines.

    Further down the highway we made a stop off at Albury/Wodonga but mainly to wash the truck and stock up with our pantry items. After a big day we stopped for the night at Lake Hume at a pull in area and during our stay we ...