Snow Express Bus to Thredbo, Perisher & Jindabyne
Thredbo, Jindabyne & Perisher Bus
Unfortunately, our snow services have been cancelled for 2020 due to COVID-19.
Dreaming of fresh powder? Now is the time to plan your winter holiday at Thredbo, Perisher, or Jindabyne.
Take the hassle out of getting to the snow by travelling on Greyhound's daily direct service from Sydney or Canberra and you'll arrive safe, refreshed, and ready to hit the slopes.
Greyhound runs a direct daily coach service to the snow from Sydney and Canberra, stopping at Jindabyne (at the bus bays at the National Parks and Wildlife Visitor Centre); the Perisher’s Skitube (at the Bullocks Flat terminal); and the Thredbo Alpine Apartments.
Stay comfortable and connected throughout your journey with free onboard WiFi, in-seat USB chargers, leather reclining seats, panoramic views and onboard bathroom. We have everything you need to make your journey comfortable and enjoyable. Prefer a window or an aisle seat? You can also pre-book your seat online with our new seat selection tool!
Plus, you can bring your own skis or snowboard for free!*
Seats are limited, so be sure to book in advance to catch one of these great deals.
*One pair of skis or one snowboard per passenger
How to get around the snow
Perisher’s Skitube, one of the stops on the Greyhound snow service, is a Swiss-designed rack-rail train that takes passengers from Bullocks Flat through the Ramshead Range, into Kosciuszko National Park and onto Perisher Valley and Blue Cow Mountain. Areas of the Perisher resort that can’t be accessed by the Skitube are connected by ski trails and chairlifts.
In Thredbo, a free shuttle bus service operates throughout winter to make getting around simple and straightforward. The bus service starts at 7:30 am and runs until 9 pm. During July and August, a late night service runs until midnight on Friday and Saturday nights. The shuttle bus routes can be viewed online.
Ski and snowboard equipment, toboggans and waterproof boots, jackets and pants can be hired or purchased at all ski resorts. You’ll also need a beanie, goggles or sunglasses, and warm socks or gloves – and though sunshine might not be the first thing you think of when you picture the slopes, sunscreen is a must!