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Experience the friendly, relaxed, family-oriented atmosphere and the true warmth of alpine hospitality of Diana Alpine Lodge.

Ensuring you have a relaxing and fun stay, Diana Alpine Lodge provide comfy rooms, serene views, scrumptious meals and friendly ambience – all greatly appreciated after an energetic day exploring this invigorating alpine environment.

Diana has been evolving for 60 years and her latest incarnation included four new bedrooms: adult retreat lounge with bar and balcony; revamped facilities; all making her an even more delightful place to stay.

After a day in the snow, you can warm up beside the fire, sip on warming beverages and snack on complimentary hors d’oeuvres before dinner. Delicious and inclusive meals are prepared fresh for you each day. The convenient location will get you to the lodge and out on the slopes in no time.

In the warmer months you can explore the mountain bike trails or see the High Country by foot in no time. The trails can start just beyond the Lodge's front door.

A place where you want to be outdoors all day, but come back and relax on the balcony with a refreshing drink in hand and think 'how good is this?'

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Price & booking


$135.00 - $270.00

Prices include breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bed and breakfast only rate available on application.

Family Rooms

Large room with sunny aspect and own facilities. The room features a queen, single, trundle and sofa beds.

Standard Lodge Rooms

Standard lodge style with private ensuite, television, fridge, kettle, complimentary tea, coffee and some toiletries. Sleeps two, four or six persons.

International Rooms

Created in 2015, these two share rooms enjoy additional comforts and new design and finishes. These rooms enjoy fabulous views all while still laying in bed. Can be adjoining rooms

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  • Bar
  • Communal lounge
  • Laundry
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Restaurant - licensed
  • Sauna
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation