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About PEAK

Snowy Mountains’ coolest Winter music festival kicks off the start of the Perisher Ski Season June Long Weekend 7th – 9th June 2024 with 3 days of awesome music, snow, fun and laughter. Come and enjoy the PEAK Festival – this year entry is FREE!

Fresh Sounds

A diverse group of artists will descend on Perisher to showcase their truly amazing mix of talent and entertainment across 7 live stages throughout the resort – from cosy lounges to headline acts on the Main Stage.

Experience Perisher

Wake up to the fresh mountain air and catch the Perisher Quad chair to experience the sights from the top of Australia. With Perisher’s extensive snow making facilities chances are you can also enjoy first tracks of the ski season!

Festival Office

PEAK Festival Office is situated in the Perisher Skitube Building.

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

The registration area for Performers and Volunteers is located in the Perisher Skitube Building.

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

• 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.

Travelling to PEAK

Most people travel to the region by car as this is the most flexible and rewarding way of exploring the mountains.

The Festival is located in Perisher, approximately 33km from Jindabyne.

There is a fee for vehicles using Kosciuszko National Park, with entry stations on three of the main roads entering the park. The winter surcharge daily passes are $29 from the start of the June long weekend (NSW Pensioner Card-holders are exempt from this cost).

More travel options are listed under “Essential Information” on this page.


Long weekend – Parking arrangements

6 June 2024: Perisher have advised they will allow overnight car parking at Smiggin Holes for the weekend as per details below:

  • From this Friday night (7 June 2024) guests can park their vehicles overnight in Smiggins Carpark only, up until 11.59pm on Monday 10 June 2024.
  • No parking in Perisher car park overnight
  • From Tuesday there will be no overnight parking at Perisher AND Smiggin Holes as per winter regulations.

Additionally, day and overnight parking at lodges is allowed with approved tags and in designated lodge spaces. Lodge drop off and pick up is also permitted.

Perisher have advised the shuttle bus between the Perisher and Smiggins car parks will run over the long weekend. They will be circulating this information later in the week with times of operation etc.

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

The Festival aims to provide a safe environment for families. Parents and guardians are responsible for their children at all times.

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

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

Essential Info

FESTIVAL INFO LINE: 1300 811 324

FESTIVAL TRANSPORT: The Perisher – Smiggins Shuttle will operate each day until just after the last performance ends.

GETTING TO PERISHER: There are a number of options:
Transport NSW
Snowy Shuttles
Snowlink Shuttle
Snow Connect
Greyhound Snow Express

SKITUBE INFO & TIMETABLE: Visit the Skitube website

OFFICE OPENING TIMES (during the Festival)
• Friday 3pm to 11pm
• Saturday 9am to 8pm
• Sunday 9am to 8pm