The Peashooter Toboggan Slope

A visit to Dinner Plain in winter is not complete without a slide on the Peashooter Toboggan Slope.

Vehicle Parking

Located at the base of Scrubbers End, park at Scrubbers End car park and take a short walk along the path past the Cobungra Platter Ski & Snowboarding Slope to reach the Peashooter Toboggan Slope, which has a lovely location amid the snow gums. Please note: tobogganing is not allowed on the ski slope.

Toboggan Hire & Facilities

There is a cafe and toilets at the Scrubbers End Shelter.  Approved toboggans can be hired at Hoys Ski Hire in the Dinner Plain Alpine Village or Cafe Play at Scrubbers End.

To keep things safe, you will need to stay within our boundary and snowcraft guidelines. The toboggan slope operates when there is enough snow. Please check the snow report before your visit for the daily operating status of the slope.

Safety Rules

To ensure the safety of all patrons, controls are in place around the type of toboggan craft and behaviour permitted.

  • Only moulded plastic toboggans weighing less than 2kg with no pointed ends are permitted on the Peashooter Toboggan Slope.
  • No skis, snowboards, wooden, metal or inflatable craft are permitted.
  • Do not toboggan head first.
  • One person per toboggoan only.
  • Please keep a safe distance from the next person and follow the instructions of operating staff at all times.

Thank you for keeping yourself and others safe by following our safety guidelines. Have fun!

Approved tobogans - addition for General Info Sign

Snow Report

How much snow is on the Peashooter Toboggan Slope? Is the slope open? What's the weather like today?

Find out all this and more in the Dinner Plain Snow Report, updated daily during the snow season.

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