2024 All Resort Season Pass

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Make the most of the 2024 snow season by visiting each one of Victoria’s six alpine resorts! The All Resorts Season Permit is ideal for dedicated snow lovers, with unlimited access to the resorts throughout the season.
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Details:

  • The All Resorts Vehicle Season Permit is valid at all Victoria’s declared alpine resorts - Falls Creek, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, Mt Stirling, Mt Baw Baw and Lake Mountain. 

  • The Permit is valid Friday 7 June 2024 (midday) – Sunday 6 October 2024 (midday). 

  • The Permit provides unlimited access to resort car parks. Where restrictions apply the Permit does not provide access the Village.  

  • The Permit is non-transferable and linked to only one vehicle registration. This may be reviewed under certain circumstances and is at the discretion of the Principal Resort. 

  • The Permit is valid only for private vehicles with less than 10 passengers. 

  • The Permit does not cover trailers. 

  • Resorts may impose liquidated damages (penalties) on the Permit holder for failing to comply with Permit Conditions, resort and road regulations. Where imposed, these penalties are payable to the issuing Resort.  

Once purchased, your Principal Resort will advise you of the Permit collection method. Guests purchasing an All ResortsSeason Permit must display the Permit sticker in their vehicle. Failure to do so may result in penalties.  

 

All Resorts Season Permit FAQs 

REFUNDS 

 There are no refunds on All Resorts Season Permits except in very few circumstances (refer to Conditions (INSERT HYPERLINK) for details): 
  • When ALL resorts are closed for more than 24 hours (for example through government directive) 

  • Death or extreme medical incapacitation of Permit Holder. 

Should a refund be approved, the Principal Resort will manage the refund, and retain administration fees. 

WHEN ONE OR MORE RESORTS ARE CLOSED 

  • There are NO refunds should one or more Resort be closed for any reason, other than those above. 

  • If the Resort of choice is closed, guests may choose to attend another Resort, although there is no guarantee of entry. 

  • Guests planning to travel to Falls Creek (TBC) or Mt Buller when bookings are required areadvised to plan and book in advance.  

  • Guests are advised to plan ahead and arrive early to the Resort of their choice.  

PERMIT UPGRADES (from resort permit to All Resorts permit) 

  • Guests wishing to upgrade from a resort season permit to an All Resorts Permit will need to contact the resort they purchased their permit and negotiate an upgrade. There may be an administration fee payable.  

  • Permit upgrades are at the discretion of PrincipalResort. 

Which resorts are covered by the All Resorts Season Permit? 

All of Victoria’s six declared alpine resorts – Falls Creek, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, Mt Stirling, Lake Mountain and Mt Baw Baw. 

How will staff know I have an All Resorts Permit? 

You will receive a windscreen sticker to help resort visitor services staff identify you as an All Resorts Season Permit holder. These stickers will be distributed by your Principal Resort. You must display your All Resorts Permit stickerat all times.  

What happens if a resort is closed when I arrive? Am I entitled to a refund? 

The All Resorts Season Permit provides access to all of ARV’s six alpine resorts, so holders of the permit have the advantage of being able to visit a different resort if one happens to be closed. Please check resort communication channels for information about resort capacity on the day you are planning to visit. You will not be entitled to a refund if one resort is closed. Refer to Ts and Cs. 

Am I guaranteed a car park with the All Resorts Season Permit? 

Holders of All Resorts Season Permit are not guaranteed a car park at any resort, but you have the convenience of being able to choose any of ARV’s six resorts to visit.In the event of a resort reaching capacity, we recommend you visit another of ARV’s resorts. Please check resort communication channels for information about resort capacity on the day you are planning to visit.   

Do I need to book? 

Mt Buller and Falls Creek (TBC) require bookings during peak periods, check their websites for more information. 

Can I bring a trailer? 

Each resort has different requirements for trailers, however when chains are being fitted trailers are generally notpermitted in resort. Refer to resortwebsite for details.  

Can I drive into the Village at the resort? 

Where parking is not restricted guests can use their Permit to access the resort Village, however in resorts where access is restricted (Mt Buller, Falls Creek, Mt Baw Baw) guests will need to obtain (where available) a separate permit. 

What is the Principal Resort? 

The Principal Resort is the one you purchased your Permit through – either online or in person.  

The Principal Resort will provide administration for your Permit and be responsible for collecting any fees, including administration fees. They will manage any requests for refunds or transfers.  

Can I transfer the All ResortSeason Permit to another vehicle? 

In the event you purchase a new vehicle, or your main vehicle breaks down temporarily, you must contact your Principal Resort to arrange a transfer of the permit. This must be approved before travelling to any resort with the new vehicle to avoid issues upon entry or receiving an infringement.It is at the discretion of the Principal Resort to approve this request whether permanently or as a temporary measure.  

 

 

Description

Details:

  • The All Resorts Vehicle Season Permit is valid at all Victoria’s declared alpine resorts - Falls Creek, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, Mt Stirling, Mt Baw Baw and Lake Mountain. 

  • The Permit is valid Friday 7 June 2024 (midday) – Sunday 6 October 2024 (midday). 

  • The Permit provides unlimited access to resort car parks. Where restrictions apply the Permit does not provide access the Village.  

  • The Permit is non-transferable and linked to only one vehicle registration. This may be reviewed under certain circumstances and is at the discretion of the Principal Resort. 

  • The Permit is valid only for private vehicles with less than 10 passengers. 

  • The Permit does not cover trailers. 

  • Resorts may impose liquidated damages (penalties) on the Permit holder for failing to comply with Permit Conditions, resort and road regulations. Where imposed, these penalties are payable to the issuing Resort.  

Once purchased, your Principal Resort will advise you of the Permit collection method. Guests purchasing an All ResortsSeason Permit must display the Permit sticker in their vehicle. Failure to do so may result in penalties.  

 

All Resorts Season Permit FAQs 

REFUNDS 

 There are no refunds on All Resorts Season Permits except in very few circumstances (refer to Conditions (INSERT HYPERLINK) for details): 
  • When ALL resorts are closed for more than 24 hours (for example through government directive) 

  • Death or extreme medical incapacitation of Permit Holder. 

Should a refund be approved, the Principal Resort will manage the refund, and retain administration fees. 

WHEN ONE OR MORE RESORTS ARE CLOSED 

  • There are NO refunds should one or more Resort be closed for any reason, other than those above. 

  • If the Resort of choice is closed, guests may choose to attend another Resort, although there is no guarantee of entry. 

  • Guests planning to travel to Falls Creek (TBC) or Mt Buller when bookings are required areadvised to plan and book in advance.  

  • Guests are advised to plan ahead and arrive early to the Resort of their choice.  

PERMIT UPGRADES (from resort permit to All Resorts permit) 

  • Guests wishing to upgrade from a resort season permit to an All Resorts Permit will need to contact the resort they purchased their permit and negotiate an upgrade. There may be an administration fee payable.  

  • Permit upgrades are at the discretion of PrincipalResort. 

Which resorts are covered by the All Resorts Season Permit? 

All of Victoria’s six declared alpine resorts – Falls Creek, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, Mt Stirling, Lake Mountain and Mt Baw Baw. 

How will staff know I have an All Resorts Permit? 

You will receive a windscreen sticker to help resort visitor services staff identify you as an All Resorts Season Permit holder. These stickers will be distributed by your Principal Resort. You must display your All Resorts Permit stickerat all times.  

What happens if a resort is closed when I arrive? Am I entitled to a refund? 

The All Resorts Season Permit provides access to all of ARV’s six alpine resorts, so holders of the permit have the advantage of being able to visit a different resort if one happens to be closed. Please check resort communication channels for information about resort capacity on the day you are planning to visit. You will not be entitled to a refund if one resort is closed. Refer to Ts and Cs. 

Am I guaranteed a car park with the All Resorts Season Permit? 

Holders of All Resorts Season Permit are not guaranteed a car park at any resort, but you have the convenience of being able to choose any of ARV’s six resorts to visit.In the event of a resort reaching capacity, we recommend you visit another of ARV’s resorts. Please check resort communication channels for information about resort capacity on the day you are planning to visit.   

Do I need to book? 

Mt Buller and Falls Creek (TBC) require bookings during peak periods, check their websites for more information. 

Can I bring a trailer? 

Each resort has different requirements for trailers, however when chains are being fitted trailers are generally notpermitted in resort. Refer to resortwebsite for details.  

Can I drive into the Village at the resort? 

Where parking is not restricted guests can use their Permit to access the resort Village, however in resorts where access is restricted (Mt Buller, Falls Creek, Mt Baw Baw) guests will need to obtain (where available) a separate permit. 

What is the Principal Resort? 

The Principal Resort is the one you purchased your Permit through – either online or in person.  

The Principal Resort will provide administration for your Permit and be responsible for collecting any fees, including administration fees. They will manage any requests for refunds or transfers.  

Can I transfer the All ResortSeason Permit to another vehicle? 

In the event you purchase a new vehicle, or your main vehicle breaks down temporarily, you must contact your Principal Resort to arrange a transfer of the permit. This must be approved before travelling to any resort with the new vehicle to avoid issues upon entry or receiving an infringement.It is at the discretion of the Principal Resort to approve this request whether permanently or as a temporary measure.  

 

 

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