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LOCATION & HOW TO GET HERE

Mt Hotham is nestled amongst the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, located along the Great Alpine Road between Harrietville and Omeo. Mt Hotham is accessible from two directions via the Great Alpine Road all year round. 

Here you'll experience the best of the High Country with rolling mountain ridges, snowgum forests and some of Australia's best ski and snowboard terrain. 

How To Get Here

To get here, simply choose between the available routes listed below.

 

From Melbourne

Route 1. Take the Hume Hwy to Wangaratta then the Great Alpine Road direct to Hotham, or the Snow Road via Milawa & Oxley to Myrtleford, Bright, Harrietville & Hotham. Travel time around 4.25 hours with a distance of 380km.. 

Route 2. Take the Monash Freeway (which turns into the Princes Hwy) to Bairnsdale, then Omeo, then the Great Alpine Road to Hotham past the Hotham Airport and Dinner Plain. Travel time around 5.5 hours with a distance of 460km.

From Sydney

Take the Hume Hwy to Albury-Wodonga and follow the snow signs to Yackandandah then turn off to Myrtleford. At Myrtleford turn onto the Great Alpine Road to Bright then Harrietville and Hotham. Travel time around 8 hours.

From Adelaide

Take the Mallee Highway to Ouyen, connect to the Murray Valley Highway to Swan Hill, the Midland Highway to Shepparton, then take the Hume Highway to Wangaratta, followed by the Great Alpine Road direct to Hotham. Travel time around 12 hours.

From Brisbane

Drive south along the Newell Highway across NSW via Tocumwal and Cobram then across to Wangaratta. Take the Great Alpine Road direct to Hotham via Bright and Harrietville. Travel time around 15 hours.