Perisher Extends Its Season – Open Until October 13

September 13th, 2019


The base is looking good after last week’s snowfalls, currently sitting at 225cms above 1800 metres. Photo: Perisher


Mountainwatch | Press Release

Perisher has announced it is extending its season until Sunday 13 October, with a natural snow base of 2.25 metres recorded by Snowy Hydro at Spencers Creek. That is the second deepest natural snow base recorded since 2000 prompting the resort to extend, giving skiers and boarders longer access to the incredible riding conditions.

Perisher’s early opening, Friday 31 May and extended close, Sunday 13 October has resulted in the 2019 season being Perisher’s longest ski season in memory at 136 days.


Early morning corduroy turns until October 13. Photo: Perisher

Vail resorts Chief Operating Officer of Australia and Perisher, Pete Brulisauer, said “It has been a tremendous season at Perisher, Falls Creek and Hotham. Snow conditions have been sensational, and we are thrilled to have extended Hotham until Sunday 6 October and now Perisher until Sunday 13 October. It’s great news for our Epic Australia Pass holders, and our guests who will now be able to enjoy spring skiing and boarding until the end of the October school holiday period”.


Hooking into last weekend’s powder. Photo: Perisher

September is looking awesome for skiing and boarding with an extended season, sensational snow, heaps of events and great accommodation deals on offer.  From Perisher’s highly anticipated Banked Slalom, Brewski and Pond Skim to fantastic family friendly deals at The Station including: Kids Stay & Eat Free,  Stay at The Station from $63 per night and Learn Free there are no reasons to miss out on this record breaking season!