Alpine NP Accommodation

Victoria's Alpine National ParkThe Alpine National Park forms a protected area that covers almost all of Australia's high country. It's one of eight Australian Alps national parks that are managed co-operatively to ensure that Australia's mainland alpine and sub-alpine environments are protected consistently and that policies and guidelines across State and territory borders are compatible. Australia's Alps are vitally important as a source of water in our dry continent. Most of the major rivers of south-eastern Australia have their sources there.  Alpine National Park is the state's largest at 646,000 hectares and protects our highest mountains and varied alpine environments. Extensive snowfields are the primary winter attraction; the warmer months bring stunning wildflower displays and opportunities for bushwalks and four wheel driving. Enjoy varied and beautiful summer wildflowers, and discover a whole range of other plants and animals, all adapted to cope with climatic extremes. The Alpine National Park has the greatest range of flora and fauna of any national park in Victoria

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Ashwood Cottages

For your perfect getaway you have a choice of three beautiful unique self-contained one bedroom stand alone cottages designed by Melbourne architect Vladimir Chernov. Creature comforts include King size beds, King size Spas, Log fire, Air Conditioning, heated Towel rails, Plasma TV, DVD, MP3/CD players & BBQ facilities. Ideal for couples.

Astra Lodge

Astra is the way skiing was meant to be. Ski in and out of a grand luxurious lodge with bars, restaurant, a large open fire, big leather couches and ambient surrounds. All with astra's exceptional standards of service delivered by the welcoming Astra family. Astra features a swimming pool, spa and sauna, a large dinning and sitting area, sun room, massage, yoga and full restaurant and bar.
 

Bogong Alpine Village

Twenty six houses, sleeping from 2 to 8 people, originally built for workers of the Kiewa hydro-electric scheme, sit on the side of the valley overlooking the picturesque Lake Guy in beautiful European seasonal gardens surrounded by the Alpine National Park. The two, three and four bedroom cottages are similar on the outside but very different on the inside.

Bright Mystic Valley Holiday Units

Our five, fully self-contained holiday units are set amongst almost three acres of landscaped grounds with numerous large deciduous trees, dry stone walls, abundant bird life and seasonal gardens. With a warm welcome this idyllic setting provides our guests with the perfect place to call their home for a Bright holiday.

Carawatha Gardens Holiday Units

Carawatha Gardens has 5 fully self contained, 2 bedroom apartments in Bright's picturesque Delany Avenue and is just a short stroll from the town centre. The apartments are set in idyllic gardens which feature 100 year old cedar and spruce trees. A heated pool is available close to the bbq and gazebo area. Carawatha is just a 800m stroll to shops and cafes.

Diana Alpine Lodge

Diana is our home and shared with generations of alpine, ski and snow enthusiasts who have come to regard it like their own. Relax and be looked after by a friendly team in a comfortable lodge full of homely charm. Stay in your own warm, comfortable, private and well-sized room with own facilities. The quiet pace here outside winter makes Falls Creek a great destination for groups, families and friends, or colleagues.

Rundells Alpine Lodge

Rundells is Australia's premier year round mountain lodge located in the heart of Dinner Plain on the Great Alpine Road only 10km from Mount Hotham. Rundells is a 4 star lodge with luxurious hotel style rooms and views overlooking the snowgums. Dine at Rundells in house restaurant Graze, one of the most renowned restaurants in the region.