Perisher - Lodge Memberships

iwanttoski

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Hi there. Hoping anyone can help. We're a family of four and are very keen to get a membership to a lodge in Perisher (ideally ski in/out). Can anyone recommend one that may be open to accepting new members? Or recommend where to go to research this? Many thanks!
 

Schnaxxy Schnaxxlburger

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not an exact science
I’ve enquired after a few adverts, never got anywhere
last year a lady at work approached me and said she had heard I was a skier
then she said she was a member of a lodge in Jindy and might be considering selling her share
I stayed there a few times last year and enjoyed it
I told her that and she said she had changed her mind about selling, and anyway the club would have to offer to people on the waiting list
I got myself on the waiting list, and was offered a spot last week
it was done like an auction, and I was highest bidder
not on snow - I actually prefer that - but there’s a view of the lake
 
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currawong

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I understand that Southern Alps has 2 levels of membership. One where you own a share in a lodge and the other where you have just have rights to stay. I think the latter is fairly easy to get
 

WaitAwhile

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The next time you are up at Perisher , check out the large pinboard/noticeboard at the Hans oversnow counter(skitube).
Last year there was a couple of lodges up there that were advertising for members , or it may have been people with memberships for sale.
 

Legs Akimbo

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Ski in/out at Perisher is a rare commodity. It is pretty much confined to those lodges on skiers' left of Front Valley, plus those from Sundeck back to North Perisher via Pretty Valley.
 

teebee

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Hi there. Hoping anyone can help. We're a family of four and are very keen to get a membership to a lodge in Perisher (ideally ski in/out). Can anyone recommend one that may be open to accepting new members? Or recommend where to go to research this? Many thanks!
Hi
I can highly recommend dulmison ski lodge in perisher
Been a member for 3 year's now and wish we had joined years ago
Its in a great spot near top of telemark and is ski in ski out
Really well run..great rooms, great food, very good for families
They have a lodge in thredbo too that is really nice
Search on google for dulmison and make some inquiries via their website...good luck
 
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Simon Wilson

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Hi there. Hoping anyone can help. We're a family of four and are very keen to get a membership to a lodge in Perisher (ideally ski in/out). Can anyone recommend one that may be open to accepting new members? Or recommend where to go to research this? Many thanks!

Hi, I have a membership for sale, which is in Guthega Village (part of Perisher Blue Ski Resort - full ski in/ski out), it is a great family lodge, with 18 beds, so it's not over crowded and has just completed a full renovation, so very comfortable modern facilities.

If you are interested, give me (mod edit use the PM system) and I can give you all the details.
 
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SMSkier

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I understand that Southern Alps has 2 levels of membership. One where you own a share in a lodge and the other where you have just have rights to stay. I think the latter is fairly easy to get
I’m a long term lodge member of SASC @iwanttoski
Good club. Not expensive. Lodges at Perisher, Thredbo and Charlottes. Focus on junior skiing. A few Olympic skiers have come through the club. Worth having a look at. Reach out if you need more context.
 
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currawong

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I’m a long term lodge member of SASC @iwanttoski
Good club. Not expensive. Lodges at Perisher, Thredbo and Charlottes. Focus on junior skiing. A few Olympic skiers have come through the club. Worth having a look at. Reach out if you need more context.
SASC also has booking rights at Australian Alpine Club lodges at Hotham, Dinner Plain, Falls Creek, Perisher & Niseko
 

LaNeige

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Hi, I have a membership for sale, which is in Guthega Village (part of Perisher Blue Ski Resort - full ski in/ski out), it is a great family lodge, with 18 beds, so it's not over crowded and has just completed a full renovation, so very comfortable modern facilities.

@Simon Wilson I'd avoid posting your phone number with your real name on public forum. You can always use the private message (PM) people and exchange details.
 

The_Heat

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You can try avalancheperisher.com.au, they are a smaller lodge (9 rooms), fully catered and managed. Lots of families, lots of fun.
 

Matt Batterham

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Hi, I have a membership for sale, which is in Guthega Village (part of Perisher Blue Ski Resort - full ski in/ski out), it is a great family lodge, with 18 beds, so it's not over crowded and has just completed a full renovation, so very comfortable modern facilities.

If you are interested, give me (mod edit use the PM system) and I can give you all the details.

Hi Simon, is the membership still for sale?
 

Gavin Aquilina

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Hi, I have a membership for sale, which is in Guthega Village (part of Perisher Blue Ski Resort - full ski in/ski out), it is a great family lodge, with 18 beds, so it's not over crowded and has just completed a full renovation, so very comfortable modern facilities.

If you are interested, give me (mod edit use the PM system) and I can give you all the details.
Hi

Is your member ship still available?

Thanks

Gavin
 

Fedex

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Hi there. Hoping anyone can help. We're a family of four and are very keen to get a membership to a lodge in Perisher (ideally ski in/out). Can anyone recommend one that may be open to accepting new members? Or recommend where to go to research this? Many thanks!

Not sure if you are still looking but I have a membership available for sale, located at Guthega which is part of Perisher Blue Ski Resort. It is a ski in/ski out lodge which is great for families and has been fully renovated.

Please PM me if you would like further information.
 

kiter

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Hi I am selling my membership at munjarra . Small lodge 12 beds innperisher opposite new Leichhardt quad chair . You can ski down to it from the lodge and ski down the cp road from eyre to get back with a small walk Bach to lodge . Munjarra also has a lodge at Thredbo . The share gives access to both lodges . Pm me if anyone interested
 

Kopite

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Hi I am selling my membership at munjarra . Small lodge 12 beds innperisher opposite new Leichhardt quad chair . You can ski down to it from the lodge and ski down the cp road from eyre to get back with a small walk Bach to lodge . Munjarra also has a lodge at Thredbo . The share gives access to both lodges . Pm me if anyone interested

Hi Kiter, sent a PM - is this still available? Would like to get some details
 

southpaw

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Thought I would use this thread for my question- we are keen to explore a Perisher lodge membership that is family friendly and I’ve done some online research, however all of their membership forms seem to require existing members to nominate and second applications. Are there clubs that are willing to consider applicants who don’t have existing connections? Any recommendations welcome.
 

currawong

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Thought I would use this thread for my question- we are keen to explore a Perisher lodge membership that is family friendly and I’ve done some online research, however all of their membership forms seem to require existing members to nominate and second applications. Are there clubs that are willing to consider applicants who don’t have existing connections? Any recommendations welcome.
I don't know about any Perisher clubs specifically but I suggest that you talk to the clubs that interest you. Our club in Vic has a mechanism for people who don't know existing members. I'd be surprised if some Perisher clubs don't too
 
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Legs Akimbo

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Thought I would use this thread for my question- we are keen to explore a Perisher lodge membership that is family friendly and I’ve done some online research, however all of their membership forms seem to require existing members to nominate and second applications. Are there clubs that are willing to consider applicants who don’t have existing connections? Any recommendations welcome.
If your target club allows non-members to stay book in for a week. It will have at least a couple of advantages. You might get to know some members who might nominate you if you seem to fit in, and you will get an idea if the club actually suits you.
 

Budgiesmuggler

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Thought I would use this thread for my question- we are keen to explore a Perisher lodge membership that is family friendly and I’ve done some online research, however all of their membership forms seem to require existing members to nominate and second applications. Are there clubs that are willing to consider applicants who don’t have existing connections? Any recommendations welcome.


Email the clubs and find out - once I did that a few responded and aid they had memberships available.

We’ve now decided not to join, basically because the cost/fees outweighs how often we want to go. However a couple lodges offer non members to stay (at higher rates) so we will likely just do this in the future
 

southpaw

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Email the clubs and find out - once I did that a few responded and aid they had memberships available.

We’ve now decided not to join, basically because the cost/fees outweighs how often we want to go. However a couple lodges offer non members to stay (at higher rates) so we will likely just do this in the future
Thanks will try that
 

southpaw

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If your target club allows non-members to stay book in for a week. It will have at least a couple of advantages. You might get to know some members who might nominate you if you seem to fit in, and you will get an idea if the club actually suits you.
Thanks that makes sense
 

Stephanie H

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For anyone interested in purchasing a fabulous, extremely well - run ski lodge in the heart of Thredbo: Often referred to world - wide: as the "Best Ski Resort in Australia".

Thank you for your interest in possibly purchasing my Private Membership Share of the Hi Noon Ski Club Lodge, in the heart of Thredbo Village, at Bella Corner.

Great Ski Lodge - Great Location - Great Lifelong Friendships !

Discounted Sale Price: $25K. (Not negotiable)

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me by PM,

Mod edit email addy removed, PM Stephanie H for contact details,
 

southpaw

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For anyone interested in purchasing a fabulous, extremely well - run ski lodge in the heart of Thredbo: Often referred to world - wide: as the "Best Ski Resort in Australia".

Thank you for your interest in possibly purchasing my Private Membership Share of the Hi Noon Ski Club Lodge, in the heart of Thredbo Village, at Bella Corner.

Great Ski Lodge - Great Location - Great Lifelong Friendships !

Discounted Sale Price: $25K. (Not negotiable)

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at
Do they have a lodge in Perisher as well?
 

kiter

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I have a share for sale at Munjarra . Perisher and Thredbo lodges . Not skiing at either of those resorts anymore . $7k ono
 

GobrinIce

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Hi all, Is there a no-frills unrenovated, self-catered, family-friendly lodge anywhere on Perisher? I'm not necessarily looking for immediate membership but thought it might be worthwhile if I could put my name down on a waiting list. Most the lodges suggested here are too pricey, would hope my family of 4 would be able to stay somewhere for under $300 a night. Is that impossible? Only need a room with a double bed and a bunk, with perhaps the tiniest of windows and a communal area with a fire. Large upfront joining fee is fine.

I have a vision of this sort of place in my mind, with families driving up in their 90s station wagon in their old handmade woolens and old sloppy furnishings and a dinky shared bathroom with a worn out pack of uno under the coffee table and working bees with cups of tea and arnotts all sorts biscuits in the summer. But the common style seems to be sleekly renovated lodges with high fees, long membership agreements, the latest audi 4wds and puffy jackets and schmick gear and phones where lodgers compliment the french chef on their entrees.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

nezumi

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Hi all, Is there a no-frills unrenovated, self-catered, family-friendly lodge anywhere on Perisher? I'm not necessarily looking for immediate membership but thought it might be worthwhile if I could put my name down on a waiting list. Most the lodges suggested here are too pricey, would hope my family of 4 would be able to stay somewhere for under $300 a night. Is that impossible? Only need a room with a double bed and a bunk, with perhaps the tiniest of windows and a communal area with a fire. Large upfront joining fee is fine.

I have a vision of this sort of place in my mind, with families driving up in their 90s station wagon in their old handmade woolens and old sloppy furnishings and a dinky shared bathroom with a worn out pack of uno under the coffee table and working bees with cups of tea and arnotts all sorts biscuits in the summer. But the common style seems to be sleekly renovated lodges with high fees, long membership agreements, the latest audi 4wds and puffy jackets and schmick gear and phones where lodgers compliment the french chef on their entrees.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Australian Alpine Club? https://www.australianalpineclub.com/book/perisher-huette.html
 
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GobrinIce

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Cheers. It looks excellent for one person but my family of four makes it over $350 a night. It's the per person prices which makes it a bit prohibitive for my family. That seems to be the case for most lodges.

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nezumi

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Cheers. It looks excellent for one person but my family of four makes it over $350 a night. It's the per person prices which makes it a bit prohibitive for my family. That seems to be the case for most lodges.

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If you only stay for one night, maybe?

The 4 night stay is $1,130 for a family of 4, or $282.50/night.

The week stay is $1,800, or ~$258 per night.
 

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Hi all, Is there a no-frills unrenovated, self-catered, family-friendly lodge anywhere on Perisher? I'm not necessarily looking for immediate membership but thought it might be worthwhile if I could put my name down on a waiting list. Most the lodges suggested here are too pricey, would hope my family of 4 would be able to stay somewhere for under $300 a night. Is that impossible? Only need a room with a double bed and a bunk, with perhaps the tiniest of windows and a communal area with a fire. Large upfront joining fee is fine.

I have a vision of this sort of place in my mind, with families driving up in their 90s station wagon in their old handmade woolens and old sloppy furnishings and a dinky shared bathroom with a worn out pack of uno under the coffee table and working bees with cups of tea and arnotts all sorts biscuits in the summer. But the common style seems to be sleekly renovated lodges with high fees, long membership agreements, the latest audi 4wds and puffy jackets and schmick gear and phones where lodgers compliment the french chef on their entrees.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Turnak at Guthega
 
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teleroo

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Hi all, Is there a no-frills unrenovated, self-catered, family-friendly lodge anywhere on Perisher? I'm not necessarily looking for immediate membership but thought it might be worthwhile if I could put my name down on a waiting list. Most the lodges suggested here are too pricey, would hope my family of 4 would be able to stay somewhere for under $300 a night. Is that impossible? Only need a room with a double bed and a bunk, with perhaps the tiniest of windows and a communal area with a fire. Large upfront joining fee is fine.

I have a vision of this sort of place in my mind, with families driving up in their 90s station wagon in their old handmade woolens and old sloppy furnishings and a dinky shared bathroom with a worn out pack of uno under the coffee table and working bees with cups of tea and arnotts all sorts biscuits in the summer. But the common style seems to be sleekly renovated lodges with high fees, long membership agreements, the latest audi 4wds and puffy jackets and schmick gear and phones where lodgers compliment the french chef on their entrees.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Or Thredbo Valley Farm ski club. Next to ski tube.
 
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