Festival Office & Ticket Sales

PEAK Festival Office is situated in the Ski Tube Terminal Centre at Perisher Valley. This is where you purchase tickets or exchange your pre-purchased ticket voucher for a wristband, please wear it at all times! An EFTPOS facility for purchases is available here and a cash-out ATM facility is available at the Perisher Centre.

Tickets are also available at the reception desk at each of the Venues.

FESTIVAL & VISITOR INFORMATION
Festival Info line: 1300 811 324
For local tourist information, call the Snowy Visitor Centre on 02 6450 5600.

ARTIST & VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION
The registration area for Performers and Volunteers is also located here.

FESTIVAL MERCHANDISE
Festival CDs and T-Shirts will be available from the Festival Ticket office.

OTHER SERVICES
Also located within the same Skitube Terminal building are a number of essential services including:
• Police
• Medical Centre
• Post Office
• Supermarket
• Pharmacy
• Oversnow Transport Desk
• Lodge Courtesy Shuttles

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
Festival wristband must be worn at all times. All children must also have an armband as well.
• Sound/Video recordings are not permitted without the prior written consent from the Festival Director.
• No pets allowed on the site or in the National Park.

Essential Info

Use the interactive map above to locate the Festival Office, venues and Festival Shuttle bus stop. Click on each marker to reveal the location.

FESTIVAL INFO LINE: 1300 811 324

FESTIVAL TRANSPORT: 1300 811 324

SKITUBE INFO & TIMETABLE: Visit the Skitube website

OFFICE OPENING TIMES (during the Festival)
• Friday 9am to 11pm
• Saturday 9am to 8pm
• Sunday 9am to 8pm
• Monday 9am to 2pm

Be Snow Safe

The alpine environment is a beautiful destination for winter or summer holidays and a venue for many challenging and exciting activities including skiing and bushwalking. The alpine regions however, can be hazardous if visitors are careless or irresponsible.

For more information, especially first timers the Snow Safe Australia website provides a wealth of information.

Act Responsibly

CHILDREN
The Festival aims to provide a safe environment for families. Parents and guardians are responsible for their children at all times. The Kids Stage is an entertainment venue and not a child minding facility so carers are asked to stay with their children.

LATE NIGHT PARTYING
Some venues will be open late for sessions and parties. Please keep noise to a minimum when returning to your accommodation.

NO SMOKING IN VENUES
In consideration of the comfort and safety of all festival goers there is a no smoking policy in all venues.

Google Maps Multiple Markers

Click on each marker to reveal the location

map_pin_blue Festival Office

map_pin_yellow Perisher Centre

map_pin_orange Venue Stage

map_pin_green Festival Shuttle Bus

map_pin_red National Parks Office