Getting there By road:
Take the Hume Highway from Melbourne, the Snow Road through Milawa to Myrtleford and a few kilometres on, at Ovens, turn left, head for the Kiewa Valley, then go through Mt Beauty and on to Falls Creek. From the north, head to Wodonga, then along the Kiewa Valley Highway to Mt Beauty.




By coach: Pyles Coach Service runs daily services during winter from Melbourne,Albury or Mt Beauty.

By air: QantasLink and Regional Express run regular services to Albury Airport connecting with Pyles Coach Service to Falls Creek.

On the mountain
An oversnow service is available for transfers to your accommodation and a free shuttle makes the connection from overnight car parks to the oversnow terminal. Day skiers and boarders can park near the Bilia Bullet or Gully chairlifts where day shelter and ski hire facilities are also located. Restaurants and cafes are spread around the village and on the mountain, good day visitor facilities are also available at Windy Corner near the cross country trails.

Getting there By road:
Take the Hume Highway from Melbourne, the Snow Road through Milawa and then the Great Alpine Road through Bright and Harrietville. An alternative is to take the Princes Highway through Gippsland. At Bairnsdale, head for Omeo and then Hotham. From the north, head to Wodonga, then Yackandandah and join the Great Alpine Road at Myrtleford. By coach: Daily Trekset service from Melbourne and Melbourne Airport, tel: 1 800 659 009. Coach transfers (and car parking) also available with Hoys in Harrietville.

By air: With its own airport, Hotham is one of Australia’s most easily accessed mountain resorts. Regular winter flights to Hotham Airport with QantasLink. For bookings and charter service information.

On the mountain
Overnight guests can unload near their accommodation, then park in one of the overnight car parks.The day car park is well-located; just over the road from the Hotham Central lift ticket and ski hire building. Snacks and rest rooms are also available in this area. Restaurants and cafes provide for fine dining through to fast food options for hungry skiers. Other activities Night skiing on the Big D, an extensive network of cross country trails around Hotham and into the Alpine National Park and tobogganing slopes within the resort add to the variety at Hotham.