Resort Entry Prices

Resort Entry Prices

Through the dedicated snow season, Lake Mountain Alpine Resort Charge an Entry fee which contributes significantly to the costs of providing a wide range of services and facilities*. Shortly after you’ve turned onto Lake Mountain Road, you will be required to pull over at the ‘Ticket Box’ to pay the entry fee. Eftpos and cash facilities are both available.

Day Visitors Car Gate Entry

All day visitors must pay the entrance fee to Lake Mountain Alpine Resort.

(Price includes everyone in the vehicle, so long as there are no more than 10 seats)

BUS ENTRY PRICE – $18.00 PER PERSON Over the age of 5
(A bus is classified as any vehicle with over 10 seats)

AUTHORISED SCHOOL GROUP BUS ENTRY PRICE – $10 per student (Weekdays only; application from the School must be accepted prior to entry, please see further information here.)

Seniors Car Entry Price – $42 Monday – Friday only
(All occupants in the car must be seniors)

Motorbike Entry Price – $12
Pushbike Entry Price – $12

Resort Entry Season Passes

If you’re planning to visit Lake Mountain Alpine Resort or Mount Baw Baw Alpine Resort throughout the 2017 season, a Season Pass is a worth considering. New this year, is a joint Resort Entry Pass with Mount Baw Baw Alpine Resort. The one Resort Entry Pass entitles you to unlimited entry to BOTH resorts throughout the 2017 season.

Dual Entry Season Pass – $400
Purchase your Season Pass today – Download the application form here.

Alternatively, If you’re more of a Mid-week Nordic skier at Lake Mountain Alpine Resort, we have the perfect pass for you!
Lake Mountain Restricted Pass – $190
This pass is strictly for MONDAY – FRIDAY Resort Gate Entry throughout the snow season. – Download the application form here.

All Resorts Season Pass – $683
Allows entry and car parking at Lake Mountain, Mount Baw Baw, Mount Buller, Mount Stirling, Falls Creek and Mount Hotham. – Download the application
form here.

*These services include; environmental management, snow clearing, parking, day shelters, public toilets, trail maintenance & management, snow making, ski patrol, visitor information, road, snow and weather reports, shuttle buses, water, sewerage treatment works, garbage collection and recycling, resort administration and village signage.