Bookings open for public on 1st April each year.
Wifi available in our lodge. Click to read T&C's.
The accommodation is true ski-in-ski-out, which means you can roll out of bed at a reasonable hour, have breakfast and be making tracks within half an hour.
Whether hanging out for a week or just a couple of days, a highlight of any visit to Craigieburn Valley is staying in one of the cosy alpine lodges.
As part of the true Craigieburn experience, guests pitch in with minor duties to keep the place ticking. You’ll have one duty a day, perhaps breakfast or dinner prep, some dishes or a bit of vacuuming. Duties don’t interfere with skiing time and are a fun way to help staff and get to know other guests.
Craigieburn is unique in that it operates completely independent of the electricity grid. Power is generated by a diesel, hydro and solar energy, and heated by a boiler. We work hard to conserve electricity and minimise our carbon footprint.
The boiler room doubles as a large drying room, and you can be assured of stepping into warm, dry gear every morning. There is a baggage storage area at the entrance to the bunkrooms. Check into rooms at 2pm. Linen is an add on so please bring sleeping bag.
Craigieburn has two lodges - Koroheke and Matuhi nestled away just below treeline. They offer a warm and friendly retreat right off the snow after a hard day on the hill. The facilities include a licenced bar, chefs kitchen, showers, toilets, drying room, lounge area, sleeping facilities and spectacular views across the valley.
The Daylodge offers breath-taking views of the whole mountain and has cooked lunches and snacks available during the day such as hamburgers, vege chilli, crisps and drinks, beer and wine. These are not included as part of the accommodation packages.
The bar also has snacks after 3pm. You might like to bring some snack food with you as it’s a long hike to the nearest store.