Thredbo Snow Report

10:00am - 2021   
Lifts Open of 14
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Weather: Possible shower. Very windy. Forecast Max 6°c

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Wed Apr 14
Max 6°c
Possible shower. Very windy.
Thu Apr 15
0°c | 6°c
Windy.
Fri Apr 16
-1°c | 7°c
Partly cloudy.
Sat Apr 17
-2°c | 7°c
Sunny.
Sun Apr 18
-2°c | 7°c
Mostly sunny.
Mon Apr 19
-1°c | 7°c
Partly cloudy.
Tue Apr 20
1°c | 6°c
Possible shower. Very windy.

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D-eye
3/1/21 - 4:44pm
New Year :ski:
Scoober
3/1/21 - 2:02pm
Any word on the Thredbo streets regarding winter season passes coming on sale?
Ozgirl
31/12/20 - 1:59pm
Yep can confirm Thredbo is chookers Bit wet too! Sorry about the shake. Link
31/12/20 - 12:35pm
Ozgirl: What was the date of the private school last day of term? Lady's retrospective back dated the isolation date. By like 3days I thought. But I think that, that date was more than 14days ago.
Had some friends come down here. There kids last day at school was 2/12, they came down 3/12. There was a retrospective backdating of restrictions for northern beaches residents who had travelled. I forget the exact date, but it was something like if you travelled sfter 5th or 6th, so they were ok. The suspected primary transmission event on NB was 8/12. So it would only be those who came straight down who were not restricted, and I imagine nearly all of those would have gone home now. My friends reluctantly went back, and had to go into NB hot zone and lock down
Ozgirl
31/12/20 - 9:20am
robbo mcs: You would need proof that they did actually break the regulations. There are people from the northern beaches down here right now who have broken no regulations. Some came down here before the restrictions at the start of private school holidays. Others might have come here after holidaying on the coast, or in victoria and havenít been on the northern beaches for weeks. However, their drivers licenses and registered pass addresses are NB. It is easy to point the finger, but you would want to be sure facts were checked. Unfortunately, human nature being what it is, I am sure there are selfish people down here who have broken regulations as well:mad:
What was the date of the private school last day of term? Lady's retrospective back dated the isolation date. By like 3days I thought. But I think that, that date was more than 14days ago.
Ozgirl
31/12/20 - 9:18am
nezumi: I would think that a duty of care to the other guests would supersede any such privacy requirements? Possibly only wishful thinking, but still.
Well Phil the chemist was almost lynched himself... Re occupancy - have heard that Jindy is busier than winter and woolies have half the staff. yay.
sastrugi
31/12/20 - 7:58am
robbo mcs: You would need proof that they did actually break the regulations. There are people from the northern beaches down here right now who have broken no regulations. Some came down here before the restrictions at the start of private school holidays. Others might have come here after holidaying on the coast, or in victoria and havenít been on the northern beaches for weeks. However, their drivers licenses and registered pass addresses are NB. It is easy to point the finger, but you would want to be sure facts were checked. Unfortunately, human nature being what it is, I am sure there are selfish people down here who have broken regulations as well:mad:
Yeah, mum and dad had different lots of friends caravanning all year who were treated like absolute shit in NSW & QLD because of their Victorian plates. Yet they hadn't been in Vic all year.
sastrugi
31/12/20 - 7:57am
zac150: Whilst I agree sending an email will do little it will put people on notice that it is known they did the wrong thing.
Unfortunately people just don't care if they do the wrong thing, they think they're above the law. (See infected "Aspen" family in Melbourne travelling to Portsea, Buller and wherever the fck they wanted. They should have been named and shamed same as those two girls were in Brisbane)
30/12/20 - 9:33pm
telecrag: The combined fines were almost as much as the flowers cost! Up to $26K or so now.
Should annul the wedding. Thatíd show them. Waiting for the ďbridal clusterĒ.
telecrag
30/12/20 - 9:24pm
Chookfooter: The wedding in Sydney where people got busted, including the bride and groom, came about because of a call to crimestoppers.
The combined fines were almost as much as the flowers cost! Up to $26K or so now.
Telemark Phat
30/12/20 - 8:33pm
zac150: Whilst I agree sending an email will do little it will put people on notice that it is known they did the wrong thing.
Reporting a crime is a defense under pretty much all privacy instruments.
30/12/20 - 8:28pm
You would need proof that they did actually break the regulations. There are people from the northern beaches down here right now who have broken no regulations. Some came down here before the restrictions at the start of private school holidays. Others might have come here after holidaying on the coast, or in victoria and havenít been on the northern beaches for weeks. However, their drivers licenses and registered pass addresses are NB. It is easy to point the finger, but you would want to be sure facts were checked. Unfortunately, human nature being what it is, I am sure there are selfish people down here who have broken regulations as well:mad:
30/12/20 - 8:08pm
zac150: Not sure, I guess privacy act comes into play. but equally i guess now is not the time for any issues.
I would think that a duty of care to the other guests would supersede any such privacy requirements? Possibly only wishful thinking, but still.
zac150
30/12/20 - 7:38pm
skull: Can they pass that information to the police who can go and do a polite door knock and potentially issue infringements?
Not sure, I guess privacy act comes into play. but equally i guess now is not the time for any issues.
30/12/20 - 7:36pm
The wedding in Sydney where people got busted, including the bride and groom, came about because of a call to crimestoppers.
skull
30/12/20 - 7:34pm
zac150: Whilst I agree sending an email will do little it will put people on notice that it is known they did the wrong thing.
Can they pass that information to the police who can go and do a polite door knock and potentially issue infringements?
zac150
30/12/20 - 6:58pm
sastrugi: Selfish c***s. Making my blood boil. I've been trying to get to Thredbo for coming up to 12 months. If anyone brings this virus down to the mountains and the borders get closed again I'll be .... I can't even say what I'll be doing. Sending a reprimanding email is not going to do anything :(
Whilst I agree sending an email will do little it will put people on notice that it is known they did the wrong thing.
sastrugi
30/12/20 - 6:39pm
Good, I hope I do know them. Will make revenge easier.
Billy_Buttons
30/12/20 - 6:33pm
sastrugi: Selfish c***s. Making my blood boil. I've been trying to get to Thredbo for coming up to 12 months. If anyone brings this virus down to the mountains and the borders get closed again I'll be .... I can't even say what I"ll be doing.
A little birdy told me it's the long ago ex staff that escaped from their peninsula hours before the official lockdown and proudly boasted that they were in Thredders. So...you probably know them all very well. ;)
sastrugi
30/12/20 - 6:31pm
zac150: yeah I heard it was busy! Also heard a few Sydney sliders had snuck into the village using false address but the system has matched them to their passes and they will have a please explain email sent. Not sure that event can really do anything except send an email expressing disappointment. But hey itís a start.
Selfish c***s. Making my blood boil. I've been trying to get to Thredbo for coming up to 12 months. If anyone brings this virus down to the mountains and the borders get closed again I'll be .... I can't even say what I'll be doing. Sending a reprimanding email is not going to do anything :(

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