“Once-In-A-Decade Storm” Buries Australia in Up to 70cms on New Snow | Photo Tour:

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Hotham, July 15th. photo: hotham
Hotham, July 15th. photo: hotham

Australia just got buried in up to 70cms (28″) of new snow this week.  Australia doesn’t generally get big dumps like this, so it’s a big deal.  MountainWatch.com is calling it a “Once-In-A-Decade Storm”.  Cool!

Aussie ski resorts currently own 6 of the 10 deepest snowpacks on Earth right now.

Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks in the Southern Hemisphere:

Lets look at the photos from the past 2 days:

AUSTRALIA SKI RESORT PHOTO TOUR:

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HOTHAM

Hotham yesterday. image: hotham
Hotham July 14th. image: hotham
Hotham today. image: hotham
Hotham July 14th. image: hotham

FALLS CREEK

Falls Creek today. photo: falls creek
Falls Creek July 13th. photo: falls creek

PERISHER

Perisher July 15th.  photo:  perisher
Perisher July 15th. photo: perisher

MT. BULLER

Mt. Buller July 15th. photo: Andrew Railton / Buller
Mt. Buller July 15th. photo: Andrew Railton / Buller

THREDBO

Thredbo, Australia today. photo: thredbo
Thredbo, Australia today. photo: thredbo

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