Frueauf Village is located in central Falls Creek, in the heart of the fine wining and dining precinct.

The home trails connect directly to Frueauf Village, allowing a true Ski-in and Ski-out experience, and easy access to all Falls Creek has to offer.

Explore just some of the winter activities available on the right.

Winter in the heart of Falls Creek at Frueauf Village.

Use the links below to explore the range of summer activities in Falls Creek and Surrounds.

Skiing & SnowboardingSki & Snowboard LessonsNight SkiingNight Show & FireworksSnowmobilingTobogganingSnowshoeingHotham Heli-Link & Heli Scenic ToursTerrain ParksSnow TubingCross Country Skiing

Skiing & Snowboarding

450 hectares, 92 runs, 14 lifts – it’s a match made in heaven for skiers and snowboarders.

There are few things more exhilarating than weaving your way down a mountain, poles crunching in the snow and powder jettisoning from your skis as you execute perfect turns. For those who prefer things sideways, strapping into your snowboard bindings for the first run of the season or for your very first time is equally exciting.

Falls Creek’s diverse terrain is ideal for all skill levels. Runs like Wombats Ramble (the longest green run in Australia) and Drovers Dream are perfect for beginners. Intermediates are literally spoilt for choice with the blue runs of Sun Valley and Ruined Castle providing an excellent range of gradually harder runs to test themselves out on – we call it “progression-perfect” terrain.

For the serious slider, almost a quarter of the skiable area at Falls Creek is advanced terrain. This means steep and fast black runs with plenty of trees and powder stashes.


Ski & Snowboard Lessons

Falls Creek’s Snowsports School is renowned as one of the best in the business with professional skiing and snowboarding instructors from all over the world.

Whether you’re new to the slopes or a seasoned skier or boarder, a Falls Creek Snowsports School lesson will speed up your learning and have you cruising the resort in no time.

Whether it is a group lesson, private lesson or specialist program you are after, they can help with whatever you need.


Night Skiing

Experience Australia’s longest beginner run under lights with Night Skiing on Wombats Ramble.

Wombats Ramble lights up after dark on Wednesday and Saturday nights allowing skiing and snowboarding adventures to continue after the sun goes down.

Wombats Ramble is Australia’s longest green run and a favourite of many skiers and snowboarders at Falls Creek measuring 2.2 kilometres long.

The entire length of Wombats Ramble has been lined with high voltage Green Power floodlights which will light up the trail from the top of Falls Express at Cloud 9 all the way downhill to QT.

Grab the kids, gather some mates and experience the excitement of skiing under lights while the stars are shining.

Wednesday & Saturday 6-9pm*

*Subject to snow & weather conditions.

Night Show & Fireworks

The action-packed, Night Show in the Village Bowl is an on-snow entertainment extravaganza.

Thursday nights come alive at Falls Creek during July and August with an exciting night show spectacular in the Village Bowl, starting at 8pm under lights.

The Night Show is a great experience for the whole family. Set under lights it features some of Falls Creek’s most accomplished skiers, boarders, Kassie operators, and the family favourite – Pete the Snow Dragon. You never know what special effects will be in also.

The Night Show Spectacular finishes off with an amazing fireworks display and a thumping soundtrack.

Show Times: Thursday 8:00pm in July & August


Join our guides and experience the Bogong High Plains by Snowmobile.

Snowmobile Tours provide you with an exhilarating experience to explore the vast back-country areas of Falls Creek, while taking in the stunning alpine surroundings and spectacular views. You can choose to drive the snowmobile yourself, or sit back and enjoy the views as a passenger (one passenger per driver).

Tours take in the magnificent views of Mt McKay, The Summit, Frying Pan Spur, Ruined Castle and the very windy Road 24, which runs down the back side of the Summit allowing tours to go as low down as Howman’s Gap (tour routes change regularly depending on weather and snow conditions).

Bookings must be arranged at least two hours in advance through the Activities Desk located at Falls Creek Sports in the Village Bowl. For bookings and enquiries call 1800 20 44 24.

Please note a current Drivers Licence is required.


The toboggan slope is located at Windy Corner, near the Cross Country Ski trailhead. Toboggans are available from most snowsport rental outlets throughout the village or from the Cross Country Ski Centre at the Windy Corner carpark. Make sure you check the toboggan slope is open before you rent equipment. Snow tubing is a great alternative if tobogganing is not available.

Please be advised that for liability reasons the designated toboggan slope is the only location at Falls Creek that tobogganing is legally permitted.

There are also restrictions on the type of craft you can use on the toboggan slope. Moulded plastic toboggans weighing under 2.5kg are the only craft allowed. Please be mindful of this restriction and that it has been put in place by Ski Patrol for the safety of all visitors using the slope.


Explore the High Country and Falls Creek’s unique alpine environment on snowshoes.

Nordic Snowshoeing is the newest way to experience the beauty of Falls Creek. On a back-country hike you can access spectacular views and locations rarely seen by most visitors to the resort.

Snowshoes are easy to use and offer a unique way to enjoy the snow on a budget. They are also perfect for the whole family!

Snowshoes are available to hire from a number of rental outlets – check the rentals section to find out where, or head down to the Nordic Centre at Windy Corner.

We have two trails dedicated to snowshoeing, both beginner and intermediate difficulty.

The snowshoe trailhead begins at the Falls Creek Nordic Centre at Windy Corner. Either drive and park in the Windy Corner Day Carpark or you can catch a free shuttle from Slalom Plaza or the Gully.

Hotham Heli-Link & Heli Scenic Tours

Take a Heli Link to Hotham or an exhilarating scenic flight over the Victorian Alps.

The Heli Link takes approximately six minutes in the five seat helicopter which cruises at over 200 km/h as it whisks its passengers between purpose-built helipads at Falls Creek and Hotham. Your Falls Creek ski lift ticket is valid at Hotham (and vice versa for Hotham-based skiers and boarders).

Helicopter services will operate throughout Winter on days that weather conditions permit.

To fly high over Falls Creek Alpine Resort and surrounds to witness the beauty of the alpine region contact Alpine Helicopters direct on 1300 189 686, or through their web site and book the thrill of a lifetime.

Heli Link passengers should reserve their seating the day before, as seats are limited on the “blue bird” days.

Alpine Helicopters also offer scenic flights from Falls Creek and Mt Beauty 7 days a week during the Ski Season and during the peak summer months.

Starting from just $99 there is no better way to see the area.

With views of Falls Creek and Hotham ski fields, the Kiewa valley, Mt Kosciuszko, Mt Bogong and much much more, book your flight on 1300 189 686 today for a holiday to remember.

Terrain Parks

Take on the biggest and best features of Falls Creek’s terrain parks.

Falls Creek’s is one of Australia’s top destinations for freeride, freestyle & slopestyle skiing and snowboarding. Choose from four terrain parks with some of the biggest and most impressive features in Australia.

Our Park crew know everyone wants to ride in the park and that everyone has varying ability levels. That’s why our parks are designed with progression in mind. The easy and intermediate lines of the Panorama Park feature kickers, boxes and rails to suit the absolute beginner through to the emerging park shredder.

For the next step up Ruined Castle’s Advanced and Extreme lines feature more advanced booters, rails and features, plus the professional line for the Styklewars Australian Slopestyle Championships.

Snow Tubing

Enjoy the thrills of speed on the snow without taking the lifts with Falls Creek’s Snow Tubing park.

Snow Tubing provides endless amounts of fun and excitement as you spin, bounce, bump and laugh your way downhill on a snow tube.

Open daily from 11am to 6pm, our purpose built Snow Tube Park in the Village Bowl provides fun for the whole family after dark or whilst having a break from the slopes.

Numbers are limited so please visit the Activities Desk located at Falls Creek Sports in the Village Bowl to arrange your half hour Snow Tubing session during your visit to Falls Creek.

Please note participants must be 90cm tall and a minimum of 5 years old to Snow Tube.

The Village Bowl is at the base of the Eagle and Summit Chairlifts – the “Broadway” and “Village Run” runs will take you straight there. If coming from the carpark, you can simply catch the free Gully Chairlift into the bowl or head up Falls Creek Rd (next to the ATS Terminal).

Cross Country Skiing

Falls Creek is proud to be Australia’s home of Cross Country with 65+ km of groomed trails free to access.

This Winter why not try your hand at cross country skiing? Heading off cross country is a great way to experience all that Falls Creek has to offer. Since removing trail fees in 2011, Cross Country Skiing has exploded in popularity as more and more visitors ‘go Nordic’ for the first time. As a fun, safe and easy to learn activity, ‘XC’ is something the whole family can try together.

Falls Creek is known as the home of Australian Cross Country Skiing for good reason. Not only is it home base for the Australian National Team but it also has one of the most expansive trail networks of any resort in the country. Through 65km of groomed trails you can gain access to corners of the Bogong High Plains rarely seen by most visitors. Take in breathtaking panoramic views across the vast plains, deep valleys, snowy mountains and majestic Rocky Valley Lake. This is the pristine High Country at its best.

You don’t need a lift pass to get on the trails so cross country is an excellent way to experience the snow on a budget. A purpose-built instruction and training area is also on hand to make the sport more accessible than ever.