A warm and friendly European atmosphere greets you on arrival to your accommodation at Candlelight Lodge Thredbo. All lodge rooms have beautiful views of the mountain ski slopes. Most also have balconies. Because we are centrally located, you have easy access from your accommodation to all resort facilities for your Thredbo skiing or hiking holiday.
Candlelight Lodge Thredbos rooms are spacious and comfortable with private ensuite, small fridge, TV, DVD players, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities. Our family rooms consist of two rooms. In Winter you can swap skiing stories and relax by the open fireplace in the lounge and bar area, then enjoy dinner in the restaurant from your breakfast table and watch the snow fall on Thredbo’s runs and plan your day’s skiing. Other facilities include in-house massage therapist, sauna, wireless broadband internet access, guest laundry and ski and boot rooms. For the kids there is table tennis, table soccer and board games as well as X-boxes in family rooms and a wide selection of DVD’s.
Winter at Candlelight Lodge is a magical experience. Candlelight is built in the Tyrolean style and therefore brings that wonderful traditional atmosphere to an alpine skiing holiday. Refurbishments and extensions over the years have added to the guests’ comfort without sacrificing any of the lodge’s charm. Being one of the original guesthouses in the village, it is a part of the history of this unique area of Australia.
Check in and let us do the work for you. As you wake up in the mornings, you can look from your room out onto the slopes to see the conditions. Come down to a breakfast which can be as light or as hearty as you wish. Serve yourself at the continental buffet or let the staff know your order. Then sit back to enjoy the view from the restaurant’s picture windows until your cooked breakfast arrives. It’ll be one to suit even the maddest skier’s or rider’s appetite.
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- Complimentary breakfast
- Free Ski Shuttle
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Thredbo Accommodation | Australian Alpine Resorts
Thredbo and its accommodations have a reputation as one of finest ski resorts in Australia boasting the longest runs in Australia and a Euro-styled cosmopolitan village. Thredbo Village is conveniently connected with a complimentary shuttle bus service which constantly loops the village to take you back to your Thredbo accommodation. After a hard day on the slopes, you can enjoy the bustling nightlife that Thredbo has to offer, including popular clubs and bars, live bands, or simply relax by the fireplace.
Looking for Accommodation? Choose from a huge range of self-contained apartments and ski lodges in Thredbo. Grab a bunch of your friends together in a Thredbo apartment and enjoy an affordable winter getaway.
Thredbo Lift Passes
We know that some people like to build their own holidays and some people prefer to leave the hard work to us! Here you can check out Thredbo regular lift pass prices and discounted lift ticket rates. Don’t forget the more you package, the more you save. So call a reservations consultant today to find out how you can save on Thredbo accommodation, lift passes and ski hire in the snowy mountains.
The mountain offers a great variety of terrain for all standards of skiers and snowboarders. Thredbo’s Friday Flat was purpose built for first timers with its own beginner’s lifts & dedicated child learning area. Merritts Spur is for graduates of Friday Flat. There are wide open groomed runs with an even pitch from top to bottom – perfect for adding some style and length to your skiing or boarding. Anton’s and Sponar’s – the Central Spur area, allows access to some of the most varied terrain Thredbo has to offer. High Noon is half cruiser, half terrain park and flows straight back to Friday Flat. The Supertrail is the signature run of Thredbo leading into Thredbo Village and is best suited to wide open cruising. Within minutes, the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift will have you at the top again where you can opt to go off-piste down the funnelling headwalls of the Bluff. On a powder day, this is where you’ll find Thredbo’s deepest turns. Karels & Basin T-bars access one of the most pleasant areas when you ski Thredbo, with a maze of options for beginners to experts that lead back to the bottom of the hill. With endless options, you’ll be sure to love Thredbo.
Thredbo is a charming pedestrian village located centrally within the resort. There is plenty to choose from in Australia’s finest alpine village. Throughout Thredbo Village, there are gourmet delights, hearty meals, tasty treats, creamy lattes, cocktails, a cold one or a nice drop… all available in front of a roaring fire. Reminiscing about the day’s happenings is always a little more fanciful when coupled with a glass of wine and something sumptuous!
Sports and nature
NightlifeThredbo Fireworks and Flare Run
This is certainly a crowd favourite, every Saturday evening on dusk, guests are treated to one of Thredbo's finest traditions, the fireworks and flare run. Look to the sky for the impressive fireworks display and then cheer loudly as riders snake their way down the Supertrail with flaming flares.
Kids Flare Run and Disco
Every Thursday evening during July and August Friday Flat comes to life. The Thredboland animals come out to play with face painting, snowman building competitions, twilight riding, kids fibre optic flare run, music, fire pit, food and beverages and more.
Restaurants and Bars
Thredbo has a great mix of restaurants, bars and cafes to tickle your
tastes whatever your budget.
Thredbo has many music festivals for all of the winter season, Heineken Saturdays, Full Moon Parties, Mumm Apres Sessions, Corona Sunsets, Mumm Red Sash Sets all of these music festivals are sure to cause excitement with many of Australias largest acts performing across the 2019 winter season
Culture & historyThredbo has been turning skiers onto the slopes for some 55 years, established in 1956 by Czechoslovakian’s with a dream for a world class ski resort in the southern hemisphere. In the early days there was only the Thredbo Alpine Hotel, Candlelight Lodge and Bursil’s (now The Denman) accommodation options. Thredbo has since grown to host over 4000 people per night in the village with a lifting capacity of up to 18,000 people per hour on the mountain.