Summer is a wonderful time to experience Falls Creek, there are so many summer activities to choose from the hardest part is deciding what to do!
Choose from bush walking, cycling, mountain biking, trail running, sailing, paddling and fishing. And don't forget the abundant mountain wildlife and flora.
The high country offers extensive and challenging road cycling and Falls Creek is a great base to experience it all.
FALLS CREEK MTB PARK
Fantastic new mountain bike trails have opened up the mountain for those that enjoy easy cruising; fun flowing descent; or all-mountain bash packed with features. Access them independently or with the Blue Dirt Gravity Shuttles being provided during peak periods between November - April.
With over 40 km of purpose built trails, from the easy cruiser to the technical descents, you need a weekend here to do it justice.
$220 per person, two share
$190 per person, four share
2 nights Standard Room accommodation
*Combine it with Blue Dirt Shuttle Days to get the most of your weekend.
HIKE THE HIGH COUNTRY
An extensive network of trails are on offer from the meandering around the village, to the lakes and aqueducts, past the historical huts and the colourful wildflowers, to the iconic Falls to Hotham Crossing that hikers can complete in one day or take the overnight options.
HIGH COUNTRY HIKING PACKAGE
Take the comfortable option for your hiking adventure by stay with us in comfy beds, tasty meals and shuttle services
2 nights hiking package:
2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners
Overnight accommodation in Falls Creek and Mt Hotham
Luggage transfer to Hotham
Pick up and drop off in Mt Beauty or Bright
$550 per person
(4 night package also available)
*available between December - April
MOUNTAIN YOGA AND WALK WEEKEND - 5 - 7 APRIL 2019
Take the opportunity to join Emily Rose at Diana Alpine Lodge, Falls Creek, for two days of grounding yoga, hiking, meditation and delicious, seasonal, earthy food.
This retreat offers you some time and some tools to connect with your body and with nature in the stunning alpine setting.
- Two nights accommodation at Diana Alpine Lodge
- Two 90 minute morning dynamic vinyasa yoga classes
- One 90 minue gentle Hatha afternoon yoga practice
- One 90 minute Yin evening yoga practice
- Daily meditation including nature-based meditation
- All vegetarian meals for the duration of the stay
- Gourmet picnic at Cope Hut
- Self-guided hike along the Wallaces to Cope Heritage Trail
- An optional massage/ spa treatments with The Organic Touch is also available for an additional cost
Both Twin share and Private rooms are available and accommodation and meals can be extended for extra nights on request.
2 nights Twin Share Room: $495
2 nights Single Room: $550
Alpine Glamping is offered to those who want to retreat to the mountains to relax and explore some of Victoria's High Country - without having to deal with any of the set up of the campsite to get more time to explore.
While exploring Falls Creek and the Alpine National Park by hiking or cycling your tent, comfortable bed and meals are set up ready for your stay, so when you arrive at the campsite your can dine, read, play a board game, watch the stars and enjoy the peace. Simply pleasures.
The day will be begin early with the rising sun and bird life chatter. A tasty continental breakfast is included in your meal hamper along with the packed lunch to enjoy on your journey back to the village, leaving us to take care of the campsite.
Return to your accommodation in the village to complete the recuperation with some pampering.
TRAILS, TALES AND TUCKER
Discover the Bogong High Plains on a historical High Plains Huts walk and picnic.
Go on a meandering 4 km walk over three hours from iconic Wallace’s Hut through to Cope Hut and hear stories about the landscape and the people of The Bogong High Plains. The walk concludes with a sumptuous picnic of local produce with views over the high plains.
Trails, Tales and Tucker is a collaboration of the history collated by the Falls Creek Historic Society, the fare of Diana Alpine Lodge and the storytelling of Ken Bell.