Just thought I'd share my thoughts on our Selwyn trip! Firstly, we stayed at the Snowy Mountains Motel. I found the manger there to be very friendly and accommodating. We book a High Country Deluxe room which consisted of a queen size bed and two single beds. The room was clean and spacious, the central heating was good and kept the room nice and warm. there is a little bar fridge, so we picked up some drinks and snacks at Woolies in Cooma on the way through, which kept the kids happy. There is an onsite restraunt which unfortunately we didn't get a chance to try, but the menu looked nice, with a good variety, even kids meals. My 2 kids aged 2 and 6 loved the variety of toys, books and board games in the games room, which came in very handy when mum wanted her afternoon nap after her first timer lessons turned her legs to Jelly. The first evening meal we had was at the Pub. Good quality food and good prices. I tried the Porterhouse steak and salad which was really nice. We were greeted by the owner of the pub in the dinning area and she couln't have been more welcoming. Thanks Snowgoose for a great feed and atmosphere. The next night we tried the bowlo (DJ's Fat Cow) and again, just good quality standard pub food. The schnitzel was great. Once the meal was served with chips, you were able to help yourself to the vege salad and sauce bar. Our last night we grabbed some good old fashion country burgers from the takeaway. Yum! Lastly on the dinning, we chose to sit in the bakery for breakfast on our day of departure and I would highly recommend this. A good foundation for the drive home. Great coffee and awesome breakfast, very happy and friendly staff. My 2 yo gives the big thumbs up the the "bubbachinno". Selwyn snowfields, for a family of four would recommed hiring a "family locker". We were able to fit 3 sets of skis in it overnight so we didn't have to carry or pack them back into the car. Was also a good spot to keep my wife's handbag whilst we were skiing. There are ski cages but the content can be seen even though they are locked up with a padlock, where as the family locker was enclosed. My Tips as said a previous forum for lunch if there are school groups in, order cooked food (Like burgers ect) and go upstairs into the bar area to sit. Lessons are a must if your a first timer. My wife had never skied before put the skis on about 20 minutes before the lesson and tried to have a go! Needless to say she nearly jammed a ski right in my.........just trying to get them on. Luckily the instructor called her name and I was off the hook. Anyway, with two 1.5 hr lesson she was skiing and using the lifts and t-bar, as was my six year old daughter who was also a first timer. they are both hooked thanks to Selwyn ski school, you guys are champions! I wish i was able to get my 2 yo into the care facility just for the mere fact of playing with kids her own age. The groups were full, so pre book this as there is only so much snow play to keep a little one occupied. I was hard. The kids in the groups of her age looked like they were having a ball! Finally, thanks to the 55cm dump on Sunday 01 Aug, there was plenty of snow and all runs were open. The wombat triple chair is an absolute winner and the staff were friendly and helpful at all lifts. Well done Selwyn, we will be back.