Getting To Thredbo
Thredbo is loacted in the Kosciuszko National Park, middway between Sydney and Melbourne. There are a number of ways of getting to Thredbo, below is some information that will help you.
Cooma airport is approximately 1 hour from Thredbo and is serviced by AERO PELICAN. Coach transfers from Cooma to Thredbo can be arranged by calling the Snow Express Shuttle.
DRIVING FROM SYDNEY
Follow the Hume Highway from Sydney then just south of Goulburn take the Federal Highway and travel south to Canberra. This section of the trip is on a mainly divided road. At Canberra follow the signs to the Monaro Highway to Cooma. The road then joins the Kosciuszko Rd that you follow through the town of Berridale and onto Jindabyne. Just past Jindabyne Town Centre take a left onto the Alpine Way to Thredbo. You will go through the National Park Entrance Station, and then it is only 13km to Thredbo.
DRIVING FROM MELBOURNE
Follow the Hume Highway from Melbourne to Wodonga. Take the Murray Valley Highway “To Wodonga / Tallagatta” exit and follow the signs “To Tallangatta” Then after passing Wodonga follow the signs to Tallangatta again on the Murray Valley Highway. You pass through the village of Koetong onto Corryong. Drive through Corryong and take the “Khancoban” turn off on your right. Once in Khancoban you are only 76kms from Thredbo. From here the drive is truly spectacular as you take in awesome views of the Main Range and discover the beauty of the Kosciuszko National Park. The roads are clear for most of the year but when a big snow fall hits, chains may be required for some 2-wheel vehicles.