Entering the village from the Great Alpine Road, proceed to the roundabout. Turn left into Big Muster Drive, Central Reservations is the third building on the right hand side.
Reception opening hours
Please contact during these times to book your accommodation in Dinner Plain.
Daily Winter Times
Open seven days a week from June to September.
Saturday during Summer
From October to May. Sunday closed
Monday to Friday in Summer
From October to May.
Additional business information
Dinner Plain Geebung Polo
The annual Dinner Plain Geebung Polo Match, held in the front paddock of Cobungra Station on Easter Sunday, treats spectators to some electrifying displays of horsemanship and polo skill. This annual contest between the city slickers of the Cuff 'n' Collar Team and the high country cattlemen of the Geebung Team, kicks off in the early afternoon sunshine, following the obligatory recital of Banjo Patterson's poem, 'Geebung Polo Club'. This fun-filled, traditional family day out on the green also incorporates a variety of novelty events including foot races, chook throwing, whip cracking, flying eggs and a fashion parade.
Dinner Plain Sled Dog Challenge
Dinner Plain is the only Australian Alpine Village/Resort where sled dogs are allowed to race - only during a particular weekend under strict permit conditions. Spectators are most welcome, but it is stressed that dogs not competing be left at home. Celebrating more than 13 years of successful sled dog racing, this race is held over a weekend in August every year with 2, 3, 4 and 6 dog teams competing. This annual event showcases the top dogs of sled dog racing in Australia and is unique because it is the only Australian snow-based race of its kind. Over 65 Mushers (dog team drivers) and more than 350 sled dogs compete in this event every year. The race is held over two days with times recorded on both days. The team who completes the course both days in the fastest time wins. Spectators attending the weekend are in for a unique experience. They will see and hear plenty of enthusiastic sled teams with howling and excited snow-dogs. There will be many spectators and media jostling for the best vantage points. During this weekend the spectators would be treated to freight sled pulling demonstrations, snow ball throwing and snowman building competition for the kids, BBQ, souvenir stands, pumped competitors, presentation and celebration. This all contributes to a colourful and electric atmosphere.