First in, First Served - on payment of rooms.
Booking forms are sent to all Members at the same time.
Forms are also available as a printable pdf from here.
Members may make up parties which include non-members
and be booked in at the same time as members. Please
give alternative dates, particularly for school holidays.
Under no circumstances can the Lodge house more than
Members' rates apply to spouse and dependent children,
including full-time students up to age 25.
Money is refunded on application in writing 4 full weeks
before date booked. All other cancellations at the discretion
of the Board, on a sliding scale.
From Sunday to Sunday
ACCESS TO CLUB ON ARRIVAL:
Incoming occupants have access only to ski-room in basement
before 2pm on Sundays. Luggage, food, skis, etc should
be stowed neatly without blocking access to exit door
and drying room. The ski room in the basement is quite
cold and food will not spoil for the few hours left
there. This enables cleaners to do their work, including
cleaning refrigerators. Please co-operate.
Sundays: Please ensure that you vacate your
room, kitchen, living rooms, etc by 10am. Remove your
food from refrigerators and food cupboards and either
take them home, throw them out, or leave on a bench
with a note for incoming guests and date. This will
enable cleaners to do their work.
Broken Week occupants: Please dispose
of food left-overs and clean bedroom and bathroom.
Bedrooms should be vacated by 10am.
No special rates - the Lodge operates on beds, as this
is the basis of fees charged by the National Parks.
Children under 5 years of age in WINTER are only admitted
if the whole Lodge is booked by either one or more groups
agreeing to admit children under 5. Please enquire.
If children are under 2 years of age, in cots (own responsibility
for cot, sheets, etc) and do not take up a bed or room,
there is no charge, but the Booking Officer must be
advised (essential to clear this). Please ensure young
children sleep on waterproof mattress covers (only 2
available at Lodge). We are licensed for 16 people only
- including children.
Arrangements have been made for the Lodge to be cleaned
every Sunday between 10am and 2pm.
Occupants are responsible for stripping beds, (linen,
towels - must be dry - to be placed in laundry bags
in ski-room), clearing rubbish, emptying waste paper
baskets, bathroom bins, leaving bedrooms, bathrooms,
living room, drying room and kitchen clean and in tidy
Broken week occupants must clean own
bedrooms & bathrooms at end of stay (check with
It is assumed that members and guests work together
to keep communal areas clean and tidy during their stay
at the Lodge.
Please WIPE SPILLAGES IMMEDIATELY.
Please remember to put out garbage and laundry at the
times specified on the Notice Board. When the clean
laundry comes back please put it in the Linen Cupboard
in the appropriate piles. Double bed sheets and singles
should be separated - so much easierl THE LODGE IS YOURS
- LOOK AFTER IT AND ITS CONTENTS. Remember: Your guests
are your responsibility, if you do not accompany them
advise them of the rules, or refer them to the Booking
Complete telephone forms and remit payment to the address
on the HOME page ASAP on return home. The telephone
was installed as a service to occupants, rates for use
include a surcharge to cover rental. Rates are on the
board above the phone. The Lodge is run on a voluntary
basis, we do not want to chase telephone bills! Lodge
phone no: (02) 6457 5282
BREAKAGES & DAMAGE:
Please advise of any breakages, malfunctions.
BASEMENT DVD & PLAYROOM:
The TV will only play DVDs. No TV reception. There
are a few DVDs (mainly for children) which have been
donated by members. Please do not remove them from Lodge.
You are welcome to bring your own or rent from Perisher
MUSIC & RADIO SYSTEM:
UPSTAIRS LOUNGE: The music system (inside cupboard)
includes radio, tape deck & CD player. Bring your
own tapes & CDs. Children should be discouraged
from using the system. iPods can be connected.
BOOKS & MAGAZINES:
Thanks to donations by members we have some reading
material. These tend to disappear so more donations
would be greatly appreciated.
Laundry bags should be placed outside the Lodge door
by 8am on Monday mornings. Clean linen is returned in
Laundry bags on Wednesdays or Thursdays and will be
found in basement. Please ensure linen is put in linen
cupboard in appropriate shelf positions. Do your utmost
to sort sheets according to singles/doubles/queen.
We have organised maintenance of the Lodge, opening & closing
pre and post season, and every Sunday during the season from 10am -2pm. Please co-operate!
cleaning does not absolve occupants from some responsibilities!
Strip beds (not mattress protectors unless stained)
- Place dirty linen and towels in laundry bag in basement- Empty bins and wastepaper baskets.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
should be cleared on Sunday morning, the cleaners are
not there to move articles.
If you arrive on Friday
or stay over for more than one week, please ensure that
all your belongings are on the beds and toilet articles
are not left in the bathrooms.
Whoever bakes and uses
oven and/or griller MUST clean it immediately after
Some cleaning in the kitchen and living rooms
is essential as you go along.
Spillage on stoves, floors,
etc should be cleaned up immediately.
Remember If you
use it - clean it!
PAYMENT FOR USE OF PHONE AND FOR BREAKAGES:
We would like to avoid installing a pay phone, however
in recent years members and their guests have become
more careless in settling their telephone bills at the
end of their stay The administration of the Lodge is
a voluntary job and checking phone bills, tracing callers
and asking for payment should not be necessary ....
Please remember to remit the amount of your telephone
calls Immediately on your return home. Carbon copies
(left at Lodge) to be made of phone calls, original
to accompany payment. Rates are clearly written up above
the phone. Telephone and breakages rely on an honour
system, please respect it.
Perisher Blue Volunteer Ski Patrol
Snowboarders and telemarkers are most welcome to join
the volunteer patrol.
Cross-country patrol has recently formed and is recruiting
new members. Anyone interested in joining, please contact
Peter Kaim (secretary) GPO Box 4702, Sydney 2001
For on snow accommodation, with linen and towels provided,
this is very good value. For members this is dirt cheap!
Your old paperbacks will be read avidly during inclement
Any donations of books, games, videos, etc would be
We also require some seating for the video/games room.
The Future of Tarrawonga is in your hands.