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Ambassadors

We’re delighted to welcome back our Hotham locals and three stars of the ski and snowboard world as Hotham’s athlete ambassadors for 2018 and beyond.

ALEX "CHUMPY" PULLIN

With two World Championship wins and nine World Cup podiums under his belt, Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin boasts an impressive snowboarding career and he has just competed at the 2018 Korean Winter Olympics.

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GRETA SMALL

At the young age of just 21, Greta has already become Australia's top female Alpine Skier. Her love of skiing started at the ripe age of 2 years old where she started the sport on two plastic skis at her hometown resort, here at Hotham.

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KATYA CREMA

At age 21, Katya Crema made her Olympic debut at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, competing in the new Olympic discipline of Ski Cross. Crema finished third in the quarter-finals, finishing 15th overall.

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LOUIS MUHLEN-SHULTE

Aged just 19, Louis took the year off studying to pursue skiing professionally, which included a career highlight racing in the 2016 Youth Winter Olympics in Norway where he won Bronze in Skier-X.

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DREW JOLOWICZ

Drew is the star of many of the shots seen on Hotham's billboards, brochures, social media and videos. A Hotham local, he was introduced to skiing at four years old and has been skiing at Hotham for 30 years.

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GUS BROERSEN

Popular Mornington Peninsula resident and Hotham local, Gus Broersen is making a name for himself on local and world stage. Gus has been chosen to represent Australia at the Junior World Free Ski Slope Style Championship in Sweden.

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School Holidays

Bricktastic activities are back

Head to the Big D these school holidays for fun with the whole family.

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Kids Lessons

Save 10%

Save when you secure a kids lesson for your child by booking online and in advance.

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Buy Online & Save

Save up to 20%

Buy online in advance for discounted lift, lesson and save up to 20% on rentals. 

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