Accomodation is only available to members of The AGC Ski Lodge, Members of The Australian Golf Club and their guests
The lodge has 9 rooms that sleep 2 people in either a king single twin or king bed configuration. Bookings may only be made by guests if they have been introduced by a member of the AGC Ski Lodge or a member of The Australain Golf club.
2018 Season Rates for Introduced Guests can only be obtained after member login.
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY ARRIVALS
Our Lodge turn over days are Fridays (for 5 and 2 day bookings) and Sundays (for 7 and 2 day bookings).
For these turnover days we provide a free luggage pick up service at Perisher, from the Skitude Terminus. If arriving by train please phone the manager from Bullocks Flat to arrange a time for this transport. If arriving by car please give the manager plenty of notice to meet you.
If you arrive at any other day or if the manager is unable to pick you up due to unforeseen circumstances, taxis are available from Hans Oversnow.
ALL PICK UPS CAN ONLY BE MADE IF PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE DIRECT WITH THE MANAGER.
AFTERNOON SKI PICK-UP
Ski pick up is usually 4:00pm. The times may change from week to week however the manager will inform you of any changes. If you leave your walking shoes in the large green bag in the entry area in the mornings then your skis and boots can be taken back to the lodge for you. Please check with management where the pick up point will be each day.
The lodge is fully secure. All exits and entrances remain locked from the outside at all times. Entry is by the main front stairs only and you will require the password entry code for the door security keypad. This entry code is changed regularly for extra security and you should obtain this code by contacting the Manager prior to your arrival 02 64575281 Room security has also been upgraded and each room can now be locked individually. There are also cct cameras.
All rooms have free WiFi, and you can use the WiFi anywhere in the lodge. The network is private so you will need to get the password from Tracy.
The rooms have
(a) two three quarter beds (or pushed together to make a King).
(b) their own en-suite.
(c) all linen and pillows are provided.
(d) their own heating control.
The NPWS and our lease limit the number of people per room to two (2) people except for children 5 and under.
SHARING A ROOM
Families with an "odd" number of people (e.g. 3 and 5 family members) and individuals staying by themselves must appreciate that due to the limited number of beds one member of the family (or that individual) MAY be sharing a room (depending on availability).
For one family member or an individual that is in a room by themselves (availability notwithstanding) they must pay the relevant “minimum room charge”.
For School Holidays families with three children will probably find that their children will be sharing one room. Every effort is made for your comfort.
For 0 to 5 year olds facilities are limited, guests are respectfully requested to control their children at all times. If all rooms are taken by adults or other children over 5 then children under 5 must share a room with their parents. If there is space available once the booking has commenced children under 5 years of age may have their own rooms however “minimum room charge” will always be charged. The manager will inform you if this is possible once you arrive.
There is no smoking anywhere within the lodge. Smokers are welcome to use our balcony, as long as all doors and windows are closed.
BABY SITTING SERVICE
Snowy Mountains Babysitting http://snowymountainsbabysitting.com.au/ phone: 0490 899 075
Please note that meal times may be subject to change by the manager according to the circumstances in the lodge during the week, but generally they are:
BREAKFAST 7:30am - 9:00am
LUNCH lunch (self service food is available)
APPERTISERS from 5:00pm
DINNER 6:00pm for children / 7:00pm for adults
Beverage: The lodge is not licensed however as a service to our members a selection of beer, wine, mixes & soft drinks is available. While the food is included in your accommodation price, the cost of beverages is to be reimbursed, and paid to our manager prior leaving.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE KITCHEN IS CLOSED ONE NIGHT DURING THE WEEK. Self-service food will be made available by management for this evening if requested. You can also take advantage of the local restaurants. The Management is happy to arrange any restaurant bookings for you and during the season we usually make special arrangements with some restaurants (management can inform you upon your arrival).
Please vacate your room directly after breakfast on your day of check out. There will be space to store your luggage and a shower and bathroom facilities will be available if you wish to stay and ski the day of your departure. You can obtain transport for luggage all day on the usual change over days – FRIDAY and SUNDAY, for any other departure day you may have to arrange Hans Oversnow.
ENTERTAINMENT & SERVICES, CD’s, DVD and VIDEOS
There is a CD player, Tape Player and Television (satellite) with DVD & VCR available. All guests are most welcome to bring their own CD’s, Tapes, DVD and Videos. We ask that when playing CD’s, Tapes, DVD and Videos you consider the other guests and in particular please make sure that when children are in the lodge, these should be suitable.
WORKING IN THE COMMON AREAS
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A HOLIDAY LODGE AND USE OF PHONES, COMPUTERS, TABLETS ETC IN THE COMMON AREAS SHOULD BE RESTRICTED TO ENTERTAINMENT ONLY AND AS QUIETLY AS POSSIBLE.
THE USE OF ELECTRONIC ITEMS IN THE COMMON AREAS IS PROHIBITED TO CONDUCT BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES.
Electronic equipment used for entertainment is acceptable provided that the quiet enjoyment of the other lodge users is not affected. We respectfully request that if it is necessary to use computers or mobile phones that their use be restricted to the privacy of your own room. The common areas are for the use of all members on holiday and it is unreasonable to request children and other members to restrict noise because someone is working. The quiet enjoyment of members and their guests on vacation is a primary objective of lodge policy.