Thredbo Accommodation - Events, attractions, festivals, blues, mountain biking championships, ski racing, interschools skiing,
So many things to do in the Snowy Mountains:
Held every Easter, the sculpture festival attracts top talented sculptors, as well as local hopeful budding artists and entries from schools. The sculptures are set up along the lake side bike path, and as there is always a full moon at Easter, the walk along the lake is spectacular both in the day as well as the evening. It is well worth a visit just for the display.
January heralds the Blues in Thredbo; with a dazzling array of talent who also go to the world famous Byron Bay festival, this jazz festival is a fantastic chance to enjoy Thredbo in the summer time. With artists playing in various venues around the village, and a timetable that goes all weekend, January is a great time to visit Thredbo.
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These events happen at various times of the season. Australia has sired a number of champions, both locally and internationally, so you can look forward to seeing some real talent riding at break neck speed down the Thredbo Cannonball Run and the Flow Trail. The Annual Cannonball Festival offers large prize money for different events.
With something like twelve thousand competitors, the Interschools skiing is one of the largest competitions of its kind in the world. Australia is enjoying real interest in events like skier cross and moguls in the Winter Olympics with high places and even medals at this four yearly competition. Interschools sees our budding champions compete in teams for their school, and you can find your accommodation on www.thredboskiaccommodation.com.au.