Cabins near Thredbo with showers

From snowy ski hills to whitewater rafting, Thredbo puts campers in the centre of adventure.

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3 top cabins sites near Thredbo with showers

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Burru Farm

3 sites · Lodging25 acres · Crackenback, NSW
Relax amongst the gum trees in the high country. Burru Farm is set in the bush and features a Bushman’s Hut and space for camping. We are located between Jindabyne and Thredbo so whether it’s snow fun in winter or bush walking and mountain biking in summer, we are in the perfect location…or you can just hide away from it all and enjoy the serenity. Also, just 1km down the road you’ll find Wild Brumby distillery where you can sample the local goodies. This cosy little Bushman's Hut, nestled in the alpine bush, has an open fireplace, bathroom with flushing toilet, hot shower and a wood stove. You can stay in the Hut, or you can bring your own tent or camper and just use the Hut’s facilities. The Hut sleeps two guests. Wake up to Kangaroos and peaceful birdsong. Our house is about 300m away but you will have total privacy amongst the trees. We are doing our best to tread lightly on the land so minimal vehicle use around the Hut and camp areas is appreciated.
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The Hill

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Jindabyne, NSW
A family owned, rural property covering 40 acres nestled at the bottom of Round Hill, just a 5 minute drive from Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains region. Predominantly a flat block with the backdrop of snow gumtrees, mountains and the rugged Alpine outback with roaming native wildlife. A shared toilet, laundry and shower block allows guests to rinse off - warmly after their days adventures. An abundance of outdoor activities are near by including skiing, snow touring, snowboarding at popular ski resorts Thredbo, Perisher and Charlotte Pass located just 30 minutes from the cabin. In the warmer months guests can enjoy mountain biking, hiking and swimming in NSW National Park Kosciusko National Park. Rise to the fresh Alpine air, look out to the kangaroos grazing, and enjoy the stillness while you bask in the natural rugged surrounds that wrap the rural property. Wind down from a day around your own fire pit watching the sunset from your abode.
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Vale View via Dalgety

1 site · Lodging70 acres · Numbla Vale, NSW
The Vale View sh-ome (shed home) is THE place to go off grid, recharge and reconnect. Vale View spans 70 acres taking in rolling paddocks; creeks, waterfalls; huge rocky outcrops and; steep, dense bushland. Simply slow down and; enjoy the country air or for the more active, get the blood pumping with a bike ride or hike! A must-do is a hike to Vale View lookout for a picnic and to take in the views to spectacular Kosciusko ranges. Surrounded by operating Merino sheep farms, Vale View is remote but accessible: situated 22 minutes to the iconic village of Dalgety; 55 minutes to Jindabyne and 75 minutes to Perisher. Our cosy, country sh-ome sleeps 5, with a private master bedroom; gas hot water and wifi. Includes linen, towels and well appointed kitchen. We're also horse friendly on prior arrangement.
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Cabins near Thredbo with showers guide

Overview

Found in the heart of Kosciuszko National Park, Thredbo provides seasonal sports year-round. The park falls within the Snowy Mountains Region, bringing some of Australia’s best skiing and snowboarding to the Thredbo-Perisher area. Cruise the fresh-packed flurries in winter and try rock climbing and abseiling in summer. Dive deep underground into the Yarrangobilly area’s cave system and get cosy in the natural thermal pool. The Lower Snowy River area produces more fun with whitewater-rafting tours and thrilling mountain-biking trails. Campers will find an abundance of accommodations to spoil them throughout Thredbo, from historic rental houses and heated lodges filled with creature comforts to remote campgrounds with picturesque views.

Where to go

Thredbo-Perisher area

This area has three mountain resorts: Thredbo, Perisher, and Charlotte Pass. Skiing, snowshoeing, and ice climbing take over in winter, and alpine hikes, mountain biking, and historic sightseeing reign supreme in spring, summer, and fall. Stay in a luxurious lodge featuring an indoor fireplace, TVs, a fully equipped kitchen, fresh bed linens, and views of Lake Jindabyne. Or opt for a charming cottage with full bathrooms, outdoor furniture to lounge on, and AC to keep cool on hot days. Tent campers and caravanners can also find multiple campgrounds offering toilets, picnic tables, and BBQ facilities.

Yarrangobilly area

The biggest highlight of this area is Yarrangobilly Caves—six lofty limestone caverns that make an unforgettable experience, whether viewed on a guided tour or explored solo. Come back above ground and warm up with a dip in the natural thermal pool. Anglers can easily drop in a line when staying in riverside campgrounds with picnic tables, BBQs, and toilets. They welcome swags, tents, camper trailers, and caravans. Or rent a guest room in a heritage home with electricity, a kitchen, full bathroom, and a lengthy porch for sipping coffee.

Lower Snowy River area

Get wet and wild on a whitewater-rafting adventure, conquer a cross-country mountain-bike tour, or head to scenic lookouts with valley views when visiting the Snowy River area. Several campgrounds are on-site and have pitches for swags, tents, and camper trailers, but bigger motorhomes need to find accommodation elsewhere. Standard amenities like picnic tables, BBQ areas, and toilets are common, but more remote campgrounds have rugged settings. Keep an eye out for wallabies, ‘roos, and emus that wander around throughout the day.

When to go

July and August have the best snowpack in Thredbo. When spring arrives in November, colourful wildflowers and fresh foliage transform the snowy landscape. Combined with slightly cooler temperatures, it’s a great season for hiking, biking, and sightseeing. The hotter summer weather makes that a prime time for getting soaked from head to toe on a whitewater-rafting tour or lounging on a lilo in the Snowy River. As autumn approaches and the temperatures cool off again, anglers can cast rods for the last time before the cold sets in.

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