Snowy Mountains bus transport to and from Perisher and Thredbo will run again in winter 2024. The service is now open for bookings for June 8 to October 6 with extra services available during school holidays.

The 2024 service will also include a morning Cooma via Berridale to Jindabyne service with afternoon return as well as the usual Jindabyne to Perisher and Thredbo resort service offered seven days per week with connecting services via East Jindabyne, Tyrolean Village and Cooma.

The Park and Ride Shuttle is again on offer, operating regularly on a loop from Station Resort (Park & ride), and travels between stops in Jindabyne, Tyrolean Village, and East Jindabyne. Passengers can connect with Perisher, Thredbo, the SkiTube, and Cooma services from the Snowy Region Visitor Centre in Jindabyne.

Return fares for all services include entry into Kosciuszko National Park and each bus has room for gear including skis or a board, and a day backpack, with services running hourly each day and every 30 minutes to Perisher during peak periods.

Ticket holders for the Snowy Mountains Bus receive free car parking at The Station Resort and free travel on the Park and Ride Shuttle to the Snowy Region Visitor Centre in Jindabyne. Simply take the shuttle and change at the Snowy Region Visitor Centre to catch your Snowy Mountains bus service.

Passengers are encouraged to book ahead to secure their seat, however tickets can be purchased on the day if seats are available.

Prices this season

Best of all? If you buy an adult season pass before June 16 using the code EARLYBIRD then you’ll save $50 on the cost of the pass.

Ski field parking alerts

Transport for NSW has also introduced a subscription-based SMS service that will send alerts when Kosciuszko Road or Alpine Way need to close due to parking at the ski fields reaching capacity.

Thredbo's alpine coaster under construction, launches this winter