General

Kilimanjaro Alpine Apartments is your ideal snow holiday accommodation in the Victorian Alps, offering ski-in/ski-out from the front door.  It is centrally located in the Falls Creek Village, close to ski hire outlets, restaurants, bars, supermarkets and the Falls Express chairlift and Snowsports School at the top.

There are 8 apartments to choose from, ranging from budget to luxury, with spectacular mountain views.

Check-in time

4.00pm

Check-out time

10.00am

Facilities

  • Heating
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry
  • Pay-per-view Channels
  • Private Bathroom
  • SPA
  • TV
  • WiFi

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Australia, Falls Creek

Australia, Falls Creek

Falls Creek is one of Australia’s finest ski resorts dedicated to families and terrain park enthusiasts. Based in the heart of Victoria’s high plains, Falls Creek receives the most snowfall of all Victorian resorts making Falls Creek the most reliable you’ll find; Falls Creek ski resort back this with a snow guarantee. Offering the largest ski area to explore, you’ll always find something and you wont have to worry about a lack of ski able terrain. Discover the magic of Falls Creek an all it has to offer, being the furthest resort from Melbourne  you rarely have to deal with crowds or lift lines.

Falls Creek been voted #1 for terrain parks with four parks to suit beginners through to experts. They have some very qualified instructors to help you to begin your terrain park adventure. If terrain parks are not your thing there is plenty of groom and off piste to explore and discover.

There’s a stack of stuff to do after a day on the slopes, with snow biking, snowtubing, ride your own snowmobile, snow bungy, Pete the snow dragon shows, snocce, helicopter flights, grooming tours, mini rail jam sessions and more. The village is absolutely beautiful. The streets remain snow covered in normal conditions so you can ski to and from the slopes, hassle free. The only true ski-in ski-out accommodation in Australia.

 

Sports and nature

Sports and natureSnowman Competition: Free
Join our Snowman Building Competitions. We'll push in and pile up the snow, you sculpt the snowman! Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 4.30 pm in the Village Bowl.

Bocce on the snow! - Fall Creek ActivitiesSnoccé: Free
It’s Boccé for the snow. Challenge your family and friends to a game on our groomed Snoccé courts in the Village Bowl. Play in our regular competitions or just for fun. Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 4.30pm in the Village Bowl.

Pete the Dragon Show: Free
Falls Creek’s celebrity Snow Dragon returns with his own free stage show this season. Check out Pete as he hits the stage in the Village Bowl with loads of fun and games, prizes and activities. Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 5.00 pm in the Village Bowl. Everyone welcome, although most suitable for 3-6 yrs.

Snow Tubing *
Spin, bounce, bump and laugh your way downhill on a snow tube in our purpose built Snow Tube Park. Great fun for the whole family right in the heart of Falls Creek - the Village Bowl. Daily 11.00 am to 8.00 pm

Bungy TrampoliningBungy Trampoline *
Learn aerial manoeuvres and tumbling tricks, bounce into orbit or soar with the snowflakes on our Bungy. Part trampolining, part bungy jumping equals heaps of fun in the Village Bowl. Daily in the Village Bowl.

Nordic Snowshoeing ^
If you can walk you can snowshoe - it’s easy & fun! We’ll guide you through ancient alpine forests and safely beyond the fringes of Falls Creek to explore our winter wonderland. Available Thursdays 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

Snow bikes at Falls Creek Snow Bikes (Daytime and evening sessions available) * ^
Falls Creek is the only resort in Australia where you can slide a ski trail on a bike made for the snow. Grab a bunch of friends and have a ball trying to master the art of riding a snow bike. Daily from the Snowsports School between 1.30pm to 2.30pm and 2.30pm to 3.30pm and Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 5:00pm to 8.00pm in the Village Bowl.

Heli Tours at Falls Creek to HothamHeli-Link * ^
Cruise over to Hotham aboard the Helicopter Lift Link and in just 6 minutes you can be riding a whole new resort on the same lift pass. That’s a whole new resort to ride and explore!

Mt McKay Tours * ^
Ski or snowboard the steep terrain of Mt McKay for that black diamond rush or carve the wide open powder bowls of Rocky Knolls and Dam Site for the ultimate backcountry experience. Operates when conditionspermit, transport provided, guides make ability assessment prior to departure.

* Bookings required. Please contact Activities Desk
^ Subject to weather conditions

Nightlife

NightlifeGrooming Tours *
Climb aboard a heated snow grooming machine and watch our grooming gurus in action. Get a whole new view on the resort while you discover the science behind achieving perfectly groomed corduroy slopes.

Sunset Tours * ^
Grouming Tours at Falls CreekExperience the beauty of an alpine sunset from 1800 metres! Watch the sunset over the mountains whilstenjoying a glass of bubbles and gourmet picnic hamper on top of the Summit. Thursday evenings, approx 1hour, includes return Summit chairlift ride.

Night Skiing @ Falls CreekNight Skiing *^
Wombats Ramble will light up after dark on Wednesday and Saturday nights allowing skiing and snowboarding adventures to continue after the sun goes down. From 6-9pm

* Bookings required. Please contact Activities Desk
^ Subject to weather conditions

Culture & history

Culture & historyThe basis of Mt Beauty, Bogong and Falls Creek was housing for workers on the Kiewa Hydroelectric Scheme. Due to boggy conditions horses often lost a shoe in the area, hence the first name for Falls Creek was from graziers who named it ‘Horseshoe Creek’.,br /> it was renamed ‘Falls Creek’ by the Country Roads Board during a road survey for the State Electricity Commission (SEC) in 1938. The first building to be erected in the Falls Creek area was a weather recording station for the SEC around 1946-47. Mr and Mrs St Elmo Beveridge lived in this hut and around 1949 they built a rope tow on the site where the Summit Chair is now situated.
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