The Kirribilli Markets is now one of Sydney’s oldest and most popular Markets. Featuring stalls selling, New and recycled fashion and accessories, Emerging local Fashion Designers, Home and Gift wares, Arts and Craft, Jewellery, Plants, Gourmet foods and a whole lot more.

Perfectly Organic will be sampling our organic whole leaf teas, organic herbs and spices plus organic coconut oil a

Jazz in the Vines

Tickets selling fast for the LAST Jazz in the Vines. Yes!!

This October 29th will be the LAST Jazz in the Vines Hunter Valley

Bring your friends – it is SUCH a fun weekend.

The Artist line up is complete and consists of some old favourites and some new covering the Jazz, Soul, Funk and beyond genres.

James Morrison, Leo Sayer, Mental as Anything, Lisa Hunt, Emma Pask, John Morrison’s Swing City Big Band, Monica Trapaga, Dale Barlow, Bob Barnard, George Golla, Ondawon and Anna Weatherup will be performing throughout the day.

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Luxury Thredbo Accommodation at Bundaleer

Get 10% off our most popular chalet on this 3 night midweek stay arriving Sunday 31st July and departing Wednesday 3rd August. 5 bedrooms, sleeps ten and is a sensation to stay at.

Bundaleer is a luxury ski lodge style chalet exquisitely presented in the heart of the Woodridge area of Thredbo on Mountain Drive.
It has been substantially renovated in 2015 in 5 star style and quality. It is ideal for large families or groups, with five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

There is a modern lodge style kitchen, brand new with all the appliances to cook up a storm, with space for 10 to dine comfortably.

Thredbo Accommodation at Bundaleer


Thredbo Bucket List

As Thredbo is a place of two seasons, distinctly green and white or summer and winter here are two sets lists for your must do in Thredbo, the Thredbo Bucket List

Thredbo in Summer

  1. Walk to Mt Kosciusko from the top of Eagles Nest
  2. Ride the cannonball on a mountain bike down the mountain
  3. BBQ by the Thredbo river with the family and look for a platypus
  4. Drive up to dead horse gap, down to Khancoban, across to Cabramurra ( australia highest town ) back on the snowy mountains highway into Berridale and then back to Thredbo via Jindabyne
  5. Swim in a mountain rockpool, ( ask the locals )
  6. Play golf at Australia’s highest golf course, remember ” your balls go further in Thredbo”
  7. Catch the Kosciuszko chairlift to Eagles Nest
  8. The Thredbo blues Festival in mid January
  9. Visit the Wild Brumby “snappery” on the Alpine Way
  10. Ride a bike around the village!

Thredbo in Winter

  1. Ski the Crackenback Supertrail
  2. Swim in a mountain rockpool — its slightly cooler than summer
  3. Lunch at Kareela Hutte
  4. Morning coffee at Eagles Nest
  5. Watch the Saturday evening fireworks and flare run from the Thredbo hotel bistro balcony
  6. find a stash of Thredbo powder
  7. Ski in the Thredbo ” Top to Bottom” from the top of Karels back to the village”
  8. Drinks at the Apres Bar listening to Mark Travers
  9. Walk the alpine way when its snowing to Dead Horse Gap
  10. Enjoy a swim at the leisure centre

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Snowy Mountains Report

Yes this week the snow we await every season has been delivered just a couple of days past the winter solstice.. peculiar eh !

Anyhow all ski resorts around Australia are now gearing up for what will hopefully be a ” monster year “.

In the early hours of Friday the 24th over 40 cm’s of the white fluffy stuff descended upon the ski resort of Thredbo delivering a godsend for the thousands whose its livelihood depends upon.

Even the emu of theAlpine Way jumped out of the fields to celebrate.

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Although no snow we had an absolute ball in our very comfortable accommodation.  Kids got to ride the chairlift to the snow and for our 2 nieces who hadn’t seen the white stuff they thoroughly enjoyed it with the youngest carrying a snowball all the way down the mountain walk to our accommodation where she iced her sister.


Valley Close Thredbo 2625

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Jazz in the Snowy – Thredbo Jazz

Following another great summer of music amd events, Thredbo is excited to announce the return of its annual Jazz Festival. Back for its 29th year from 29th April – 1st May 2016, the three day celebration of exceptional music, great food and wine, and endless dancing will take over Thredbo, in the heart of the picturesque Snowy Mountains. This year’s line-up features over 18 incredible acts that are set to play in a variety of village and mountain venues.

This year, legendary jazz guitarist George Golla will be joined by star singer Jackie Cooper for the highly anticipated spectacle, “Lunch with a Legend”. As part of this rare experience, George will regale fans with a host of stories, whilst playing the music fans have come to know and love.

George Golla

Thredbo-Jazz-Poster-2016-182x300George Golla  is an Australian jazz guitarist born in Poland. In 1959 he commenced a long-term working musical partnership with clarinetist/flautist/saxophonist Don Burrows that continued for almost forty years. On 10 June 1985, Golla was made a Member of the Order of Australia with the citation, For service to music.  The George Golla Orchestra won the inaugural category of ‘Best Jazz Album’ for Lush Life.

He has made hundreds of recordings, including The Don Burrows Quartet at the Sydney Opera Housewith during a tour with Grappelli and Burrows. George Golla was a teacher at the Academy of Guitar in Bondi alongside Don Andrews, specializing in Jazz and Classical guitar, he wrote several books on theory, scales and the modes.

Mahalia Simpson

Thredbo is also proud to present star of X-Factor Australia, Mahalia Simpson, performing in the mountains for the very first time. Joining these artists on the line-up is a long list of acts, including Jazz artists Nairobi Trio and Dixie Street All Stars plus internationally acclaimed Hammond organ maestro and vocalist Clayton Doley, the ever-popular Psycho Zydeco and the swinging roots sounds of The Big Ol Bus Band.

The current year’s occasion guarantees to convey music enthusiasts a life-changing weekend, with the stars of Australian Jazz turning out to sparkle in the closeness of Thredbo’s venues.  This year’s event promises to deliver music aficionados an unforgettable weekend, with the stars of Australian Jazz coming out to shine in the intimacy of Thredbo’s venues. Across the festival, performances will take place in alpine bars, cosy restaurants, a nightclub, in the outdoors Village Square and even at the top of the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift!

The 2016 Thredbo Jazz Festival will be a music-lovers delight,

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