Effective from 11.59pm on Thursday 3 June, the circuit breaker restrictions will be extended for a week with changes for both metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.

Lake Mountain Alpine Resort will reopen on Friday 4 June to regional Victorians. Persons residing in metropolitan Melbourne are not permitted to visit the resort at this time or for the Queen’s birthday long weekend.

Lake Mountain Alpine Resort and Lake Mountain Visitor Centre located in Marysville will reopen to the
public, in line with public health measures that can be found at https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/

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Snow Conditions

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Man Made Depth: 40cm
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Wind Speed: 26km/h
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Things to do

Snowshoeing & Winter Walks

winter
Best time of year June to August
winter
Best time of year June to August
Popular times for this activity

Tip: beat the crowds by avoiding popular times

Costs that may apply to your visit
Resort Entry
$59

Introduction

There’s more than one way to see our little mountain, and if you’re thinking about snow hiking or snowshoeing in Victoria this is the perfect place to do it. Trek through some of the most spectacular winter wilderness on our snowshoe trail while knowing the warmth of a hot chocolate is never far away after you finish.

What you’ll need

This is my favourite ski field. Best place for tobogganing or hiking around in snow shoes. Being able to park at the top and have easy access to your car with great facilities and plenty of reasonably priced hire gear. A short drive from Melbourne and the easiest resort for enjoying with young children. Plenty for all ages to enjoy."
Posted by Karen Khoury - Local Guide
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Getting to the mountain

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