Snow Play

Perfect for Holidays With Kids

Families love snow holidays at Dinner Plain Alpine Village—everything is in one place and easy to get to. During the peak of winter, the perfect snow-playground is right outside your own doorstep! The village is frequently covered in snow in winter, and with most chalets having their own private car space on site, there's no need to park and shuttle like at other resorts. Furthermore, there's no resort entry fee to get into Dinner Plain.

There is nothing better than the classic family fun of building a snowman or an impromptu snowball fight, and Dinner Plain offers no lack of locations.

Where To Play

Do you want to build a snowman? Have a snowball fight? There is plenty of wide-open space around Dinner Plain for playing in the snow. And if you're staying in one of our chalets, you'll also have your very own yard to play in.

Best Snow Play Location

Location:  DP Hut & Playground, located off Horseshoe Circle near the village entrance.

Cost:  Free

Facilities:  Car Parking, Playground, Toilets, Shelter Visitor Information, Public BBQ.

Don't forget to head down to the Peashooter Toboggan Slope or the Cobungra Platter Ski and Snowboard Slope for more fun.

Playground

A fun attraction for little people is Dinner Plain's alpine playground. With its fun range of play equipment and sculpture, the kids will entertain themselves while parents enjoy the tranquil snow gum setting.

Featuring slides, climbing equipment, artistic play features and undercover areas, the playground is perfect for both snow season and summertime play.

Trailheads for Dinner Plain's cross-country trail network and frisbee golf course are also right alongside so be ready to explore!

Location:  DP Hut & Playground, off Horseshoe Circle near the entrance to the village.

Cost:  Free

Facilities:  Car Parking, Playground, Toilets, Shelter, Visitor Information, Public BBQ.

Learn To Ski

Teach The Kids To Ski On Our Gentle Beginner slope

Things To Do

Blue Rag Range
Dinner Plain Pump Track
Fergs Trail
Grinder Return
Tobogganing
The Razorback Mt Hotham