Ski Areas in Victoria, Australia Reopen for 4th Time as Lockdown is Lifted

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For the fourth time this season, ski resorts in Victoria, Australia have reopened after the Victoria Government lifted the lockdown allowing ski areas to welcome regional guests back from Friday 10 September. 

Restrictions are still in place, and the Victorian Government is regularly updating the travel restrictions and zoning classifications required to travel in Victoria. It’s recommended that before traveling to resorts, visitors check for State updatesinterstate travel restrictions, and changes to the NSW-VIC border bubble.

Government requirements include:

  • All guests, including those from our local communities, must have had a COVID test within 72hrs before arriving in the resort and be able to show proof of a negative result (children under 12 years do not need to be tested)
  • Masks are mandatory at all times, including indoor and outdoor areas
  • All premises within the resort must check the IDs of everyone they serve to ensure COVID safe operations. Please be prepared to provide identification.

When planning a trip, visitors are advised to buy lift tickets, lessons, and rentals in advance and online to ensure a smooth arrival as capacity within indoor areas will be reduced.

Resorts in Victoria include Dinner Plain, Falls Creek, Lake Mountain, Mt Baw Baw, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, and Mt Stirling.

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