Snow Bus to Thredbo, Perisher & Jindabyne

Snow Express Bus to Thredbo, Perisher & Jindabyne

Thredbo, Perisher, & Jindabyne Bus


SERVICES EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 3rd


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Our 2022 snow services have been extended until October 3rd

Dreaming of fresh powder? Now is the time to plan your winter holiday at Thredbo or Perisher. Seats are limited, so be sure to book in advance to catch one of our great deals!

Take the hassle out of getting to the snow by travelling on Greyhound's direct, daily service from Sydney, Sydney Airport, Canberra, or Canberra Airport, and you'll arrive safe, refreshed, and ready to hit the slopes.

On the way to the snow, we also stop at Cooma, Berridale, and Jindabyne for those who don't want to pay through the nose for accommodation. Our snow resort stops include Thredbo, and Skitube Terminal - your gateway to Perisher, Charlotte Pass, and other snow locations in the area.

Stay comfortable and connected throughout your journey with free onboard WiFi, in-seat USB chargers and leather reclining seats. 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 free seat selection tool!

Plus, you can bring your own skis or snowboard for free!*

*One pair of skis or one snowboard per passenger

Snow locations and Greyhound stops in NSW

TRAVEL TO THE SNOW

TRAVEL FROM THE SNOW

TIMETABLE: TRAVELLING TO THE SNOW

STOP NAME

GX200
(Daily)

SYDNEY
Sydney Central Station, Forecourt, Coach Bay 5 & 6, Haymarket NSW

6:30 AM

SYDNEY DOMESTIC AIRPORT*
Domestic Terminal 3, Arrivals Level, Group Bus Area, Mascot NSW

6:50 AM

CANBERRA
Canberra Civic Coach Stop, Cnr London Circuit & W Row, ACT

10:30 AM

CANBERRA AIRPORT*
Canberra Airport Arrivals, Bus Stop 4-6, Terminal Ave, ACT

10:45 AM*

COOMA
Coach Stop, 7 Bombala St, Cooma NSW

11:55 AM*

BERRIDALE
Lions Park Bus Stop, 71 Jindabyne Rd, Berridale NSW

12:25 AM

JINDABYNE
Coach Bays, 49 Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne NSW

1:00 PM

SKITUBE TERMINAL (BULLOCKS FLAT)
Bullocks Flat Terminal, Kosciuszko National Park NSW

13:25 PM

THREDBO
Coach Stop, 6 Friday Dr, Thredbo NSW

14:00 PM

* This stop is on request only, advance booking required

Disclaimer: “Our timetables are updated regularly and are subject to change without notice. For the most up-to-date timetable for our snow services please use the 'TIMETABLES' tab at the top of the page. For up-to-date information about delays to scheduled services due to circumstances which are out of the control of Greyhound Australia e.g. natural disasters, road closures, etc, please check the Service Updates."

Update: Greyhound Australia has extended snow services until the 3rd of October

TIMETABLE: RETURNING FROM THE SNOW

STOP NAME

GX203 
(Daily)

THREDBO
Coach Stop, 6 Friday Dr, Thredbo NSW

2:45 PM

SKITUBE (BULLOCKS FLAT)
Bullocks Flat Terminal, Kosciuszko National Park NSW

3:05 PM

JINDABYNE
Coach Bays, 49 Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne NSW

3:35 PM

BERRIDALE
Berridale Coach Stop, 66 Jindabyne Rd, Berridale NSW

3:55 PM

COOMA
Coach Stop, 7 Bombala St, Cooma NSW

4:15 PM

CANBERRA AIRPORT*
Canberra Airport Arrivals, Bus Stop 4-6, Terminal Ave, ACT

5:50 PM*

CANBERRA
Canberra Civic Coach Stop, Cnr London Circuit & W Row, ACT

6:20 PM

SYDNEY
Sydney Central Station, Forecourt, Coach Bay 5 & 6, Haymarket NSW

9:55 PM

* This stop is on request only, advance booking required

Disclaimer: “Our timetables are updated regularly and are subject to change without notice. For the most up-to-date timetable for our snow services please use the 'TIMETABLES' tab at the top of the page. For up-to-date information about delays to scheduled services due to circumstances which are out of the control of Greyhound Australia e.g. natural disasters, road closures, etc, please check the Service Updates."

Update: Greyhound Australia has extended snow services until the 3rd of October

SNOW FAQs

What do I need to pack?

Pack your warmest clothes! You’ll need a beanie or headband to keep your noggin warm (especially your ears), goggles or sunglasses, and warm socks and gloves. It’s also a good idea to pack some thermal underclothes - that you won’t mind others seeing if you zip down your jacket once inside heated areas.

Even though sunshine might not be the first thing you think of when you picture the slopes, sunscreen is a must! Not only might you have the sun beating down from above, but the reflection off the snow can be just as damaging to your skin.

Waterproof pants, jackets and boots, as well as skis, snowboards, and toboggans can all be hired if you don’t want to fork out the cash for your first snow trip. If you already own the full kit and caboodle, you can bring your skis or snowboard to the snow for free with Greyhound!

Where is the best place to ski or snowboard in Australia?

Thredbo and Perisher in NSW are the snowiest ski resorts in Australia - which makes sense because they’re located near Mt Kosciuszko, the highest mountain in the country!

Thredbo recently won Australia’s Best Ski Resort at the World Ski Awards for the fifth year in a row, with great skiing and snowboarding, a state-of-the-art high-speed gondola, stunning alpine village and awesome experiences for everyone on and off the slopes. It’s also got the longest runs in Australia!

Another favourite is Perisher, which has four resort areas and over 3,000 acres of skiable terrain - all of which are interlinked, so you can make the most of your trip and get around to all of them.

What do I need to pack?

Pack your warmest clothes! You’ll need a beanie or headband to keep your noggin warm (especially your ears), goggles or sunglasses, and warm socks and gloves. It’s also a good idea to pack some thermal underclothes - that you won’t mind others seeing if you zip down your jacket once inside heated areas.

Even though sunshine might not be the first thing you think of when you picture the slopes, sunscreen is a must! Not only might you have the sun beating down from above, but the reflection off the snow can be just as damaging to your skin.

Waterproof pants, jackets and boots, as well as skis, snowboards, and toboggans can all be hired if you don’t want to fork out the cash for your first snow trip. If you already own the full kit and caboodle, you can bring your skis or snowboard to the snow for free with Greyhound!

Where do I hire skis or snowboards?

Ski and snowboard equipment, toboggans and waterproof boots, jackets and pants can be hired or purchased at all ski resorts. The friendly and helpful staff will be able to size you up and recommend the best gear for your budget!

Where is the best place for kids to visit the snow?

Both Thredbo and Perisher have plenty of family-friendly activities suitable for the kids.

Check out the Perisher Kids one-on-one group lessons at Perisher, or Thredboland and kids programs at Thredbo!

Should I go skiing or snowboarding?

The old saying goes that skiing is easier to pick up as a beginner, but harder to progress.

Snowboarding might be trickier to learn at the start, but easier to advance.

Have you tried either before? Stick with what you know, or try something new!

And don’t worry if you make the wrong decision - most hire places will let you swap your gear if you’re not feeling it.

What if I don’t want to ski or snowboard?

There’s plenty to do outside if you don’t want to hit the slopes - go tobogganing, snow-shoeing, build a snowman, have a snowball fight, or make snow angels.

If you’d prefer to stay warm inside, why not simply curl up in front of the fire with a good book and hot chocolate? There’s nothing quite like snuggling up and watching the snow fall outside through the window.

Do I need tickets for the ski lift?

Yes, if you want to go up to the slopes, you’ll need tickets or a pass for the chairlifts. These can be attached to your jacket for easy access and visibility (and so you don’t lose them!).

Buy your lift pass in advance and save! Check out the Thredbo and Perisher websites for more information.

Should I get a season pass?

Just like our travel passes, snow season passes are often the most cost-effective way to enjoy the snow, especially if you’re going to be there for a while or want to make multiple trips throughout the season.

Season passes are now available for purchase from Perisher, with Thredbo season passes coming soon.

Where should I stay at the snow?

You have a couple of options when it comes to deciding your snow trip accommodation. Stay at Jindabyne and get the Greyhound to the slopes each day, or stay on the snow!

Your Greyhound to Thredbo will drop you directly at the Thredbo Alpine Apartments. There are many other places to stay at Thredbo, and you can check out the full range of Snowy Mountains accommodation here.

How do I get around at the snow?

Thredbo has a free shuttle bus service that 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.

Perisher is accessible via Perisher’s Skitube, one of the stops on the Greyhound snow service. This Swiss-designed rack-rail train 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.

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