Nestle in among the snowgums and the high plains in your architecturally designed space at Dinner Plain alpine village and feel a million miles from city life.
Seek a relaxing sanctuary from nearby Mount Hotham during the ski season. When the snow melts and the ski resorts all but close, you'll discover this alpine village in full working order, ready to accommodate you.
Ski around Dinner Plain's meandering cross-country trails and gentle downhill slope with beginners' poma lift. Snowshoe and toboggan around the village, or take a ski lesson, hire your gear and make your way to Mount Hotham ski resort, just 10 kilometres away.
Slip away from the city and spoil yourself at the indoor-outdoor, Japanese-style Onsen Retreat and Spa. Take Sunday high tea with a glass of local sparkling at Rundells Alpine Lodge.
Get out and about
Hit the High Country in summer and discover the local cattlemen history on a horseback riding adventure through the Alpine National Park. Try a game of high altitude tennis, grab a map and walk from village to village, or challenge yourself on the 10-kilometre trail from Mount Hotham.
Make the most of Dinner Plain's rugged terrain, one of the Alpine Ascent Challenge's 7 Peaks. Test your skills on single tracks, downhill rides and rock garden jumps. For those looking for something more relaxing, hit the road and explore the area's historic villages and quaint cafes.
Things to do
Ready your pack and set off to the top of Victoria's highest peaks for challenging terrain and breathtaking views over stunning alpine landscapes.
Make your way across the High Country on a mountain bike and conquer the notorious 'Dirty Dozen' collection of the best local mountain bike trails.
Leave the city behind and experience the High Country's stunning natural surrounds in ultimate style at a luxury spa and wellbeing retreat.
Drive one of Australia's great touring routes, The Great Alpine Road, and explore Victoria's north-east down to the jaw-dropping Gippsland Lakes.