Marouka is an authentic ski club lodge located at Mt Hotham in northeastern Victoria, Australia.
Top reasons to come and stay:
1. easy access from the main road
2. family-friendly and comfortable
3. informal and inexpensive.
Disabled Wintersport Australia enables individuals and groups with disabilities to enjoy skiing and snowboarding. DWA coordinates adaptive snowsport guides, programs and equipment. More volunteer guides are needed. DWA is offering introductory training at Mt Hotham on the weekend of 24-26 July, 2015. BTW, Marouka offers accommodation to DWA members at discounted rates. For more information, see this flyer.
Remember that Marouka Lodge provides doonas, blankets and pillows. But we don't use a laundry service, so bring your own sheets, towels and pillow-cases. We have a washing machine and dryer if you need them.
This classic photo taken in 1930 by Edwin G. Adamson. Can you see Mt Feathertop in the background? From where do you think this photo was taken?
Marouka Lodge welcomes winter bookings from its members, as well as the general public. Off-peak accommodation before 17 July and after 29 August is offered at a discounted rate.
In August, Victor captured some movies using his helmet-cam. Here is what Ron made of it. Click through to see it in high definition from Vimeo.
With a solid start in June, then consistently cool temperatures and excellent grooming that kept the runs in beautiful condition, this season has been the best in over two decades. Spring is warming up, so get up and enjoy the final few weeks of skiing and boarding! There are beds available at Marouka Lodge!