River Inn Resort

Address: Lot 142 Friday Drive, Thredbo Village, New South Wales, 2625, Australia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Lot 142 Friday Drive, Thredbo Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Thredbo Village

    Mountaineering: Thanks Audra & Dave!

    A travel blog entry by kelnero on Aug 21, 2015

    16 photos

    ... Columbia!) we were able to ride at one of the hardest-to-get-to resorts I've ever seen.

    They graciously toted us and another friend over to Perisher, the other big ski resort that just got bought up by Vale from Colorado. At Perisher we climbed aboard a snow cat, which trucked us and all our gear over a half hour through the wilderness and over the snow to Charlotte Pass. About halfway through the cat ride I thought, "why on earth ...

    Welcome to Thredbo: Thanks Karen and Jerry!

    A travel blog entry by kelnero on Jul 05, 2015

    5 photos

    ... a grueling five full days on the snow (a hell of a way to break in new boots - I have one new bone spur and one black toenail, plus a lingering sore on my calf). I was one of very few candidates that did not have prior experience or a fancy certification so was pretty nervous throughout. During that time I learned a TON about skiing because I had absolutely never broken my form and technique down into such little bits. Turns out I've been standing on my skis wrong ...

    Reaching the Summit

    A travel blog entry by reidysroaming on Feb 22, 2014

    171 photos

    ... Snowy Mountains in summer. It was only a short ride up the mountains with lovely Snowy Gums covering either side of the road. A misty fog was hanging low but lifted shortly after we parked to a brilliant sunny blue sky. We paid our National Parks entrance of $16 per day we were camping for free in the National Park so we paid $32, 2 days entrance.

    We parked up the road a bit quite a few cars were already here. Thredbo is a popular place for MTB rides, so mountain ...

    Leaving the Murray River

    A travel blog entry by pughsjourney2 on Dec 29, 2012

    10 photos

    ... Here we also walked to Chinaman's Island which is a very nice wetland area and a good walking track for the local people and tourists.

    After here was moved along the Murray River to the Historic Town of Rutherglen and called in to the famous pie shop called Parker Pies. There are over 24 varieties and the owner is an award winner of over 100 awards. As this region is known for the production of great ...

    Kookaburra Sits in The Old Gum Tree

    A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Mar 02, 2012

    6 comments, 17 photos

    ... and at the edge of 50 square km of Australian crown land. After tea, scones, and grand tales of Gwen's monster baramundi fishing expedition in the North of Darwin last year we knew we were in good hands.

    Wendy bought her property up Nariel Creek about 6 years ago, but had only recently moved in to make it her permanent residence. For a good part of the previous 5 years a gold mining corporation rented out Wendy's land, ...