COVID-19 AND THE 2020 SKI SEASON

Corin Forest is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely. We are open for operation in accordance with restrictions and regulations announced by both the Federal and ACT Governments.

 

UPDATE 08/08/2020

The health and safety of our guests and staff continues to be our top priority at Corin Forest. For this reason our staff will now be wearing masks and we strongly encourage our guests to wear their own face coverings during their visit. 

UPDATE 12/06/2020: 

Tickets for the Alpine Slide, Snowplay and Ski + Ride, as well as limited rental options are now available. These sessions run with limited capacities aligning with current government restrictions. Please see the activity pages for further details on operations on each activity.

Family and Friends ski lessons are available for groups with a max size of 4. All participants must be over the age of 8. More information can be found on the Snowsports School page.

Tickets must be booked in advance for all of these activities as we can not accept walk-ins at this time.

The Café is open for takeaway orders which can be enjoyed in our picnic area where there is plenty of room to social distance.

UPDATE 16/5/2020: 

We have received approval to reopen the Alpine Slide under changed operating conditions. The slide will run in sessions with a max capacity of 10 persons and these need to be booked online via our website.

 

Snow play activities can be booked for the school holidays in July once again with changed procedures, we are presently finalising our plans for the ski area and snowsports school.

The Australian ski industry is facing the largest challenge in its history.  The news that non-essential travel and non-essential gatherings are banned indefinitely creates more uncertainty and challenging times for the Australian ski industry, but we could not be more supportive. As a community, we must do all we can to limit the spread of the coronavirus and our Industry is committed to working closely with government and health authorities.  While all resorts continue preparations for the 2020 ski season, it cannot be said with any certainty that the Australian ski season will open as intended on 6 June.

This will depend on whether the current situation improves. This will require the lifting of bans by governments on non-essential travel and non-essential gatherings with sufficient time left in order to mobilise staff and resort operations.  Individual resorts are working on multiple scenarios, each of which will depend on the circumstances of the time.  It is possible the Australian ski season could open later than June 6.  You are encouraged to monitor individual resorts’ information channels.

The safety of visitors to Australian snow resorts is paramount. The Australian snow resorts will not operate unless advised by governments and health authorities that it is appropriate to do so.

For tickets purchased after April 1 2020 tickets will be extended for use in the 2021 season in the event of closure due to COVID-19, for tickets purchased before this date we will contact ticket holders individually to discuss options.