Ski resort - Selwyn Snowfields

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Selwyn Snowfields

Selwyn Snowfields is located in the Northern section of Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales, Australia. It is a family owned and run operation with every aspect geared towards providing a great family holiday. It provides everything from downhill, snowboarding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, tobagganing, and good old fashion snow play.

The terrain at Selwyn caters mostly to families and first timers, however there are two black runs at the back of the resort which attract more than their fair share of advanced skiers and boarders.

The resorts base elevation is 1492m and the highest point is 1614m above Sea Level. The lower altitude means it has trouble maintaining a good snow cover during the very early and the latest parts of the season. However, the resort has snowmaking to combat this problem.

There are also 45kms of marked Cross Country and Snow Shoe trails including the Dry Dam and Cabramurra areas which offer a range of set track and natural trails in open meadow and forested areas.

The season runs from early June to late September. 

Technical Data:

Terrain Type

Beginner Runs: Beginner Runs 40% Intermediate Runs: Intermediate Runs 48% Advanced Runs: Advanced Runs 12% Expert Runs: Expert Runs 0%


  • Total # Of Lifts: Total # Of Lifts 12
  • Gondolas & Trams: Gondolas & Trams N/A
  • High Speed Sixes: High Speed Sixes N/A
  • High Speed Quads: High Speed Quads N/A
  • Quad Chairs: Quad Chairs N/A
  • Triple Chairs: Triple Chairs N/A
  • Double Chairs: Double Chairs 1
  • Surface Lifts: Surface Lifts 11


  • Top: 492 m
  • Vertical Drop: 37 m
  • Bottom: 455 m

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