For the second consecutive year Eumarellah has taken out the Davenport Luggage Sled Race. With Monty Carey-Munroe and Nathan Riddell in the sled runners Cody Midro and Scott Riddell powered ahead of the small field to win this year’s race.
And the team had plenty of well fueled sideline support as well.
As you’re hopefully aware the 2020 Epic Australia Pass went on sale last week and is currently available for purchase with an upfront payment of $49 and the balance due in May 2020. This pass is an unrestricted season pass for Hotham, Falls Creek and Perisher and includes a range of benefits at the Australian resorts, as well as access (with some restrictions) to Hakuba and Rusutsu in Japan, Whistler in Canada, and Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Park City and more in the US in the northern 2020-21 snow season.
The Epic Australia Pass will replace the Hotham and Falls Creek Hero Pass which will no longer be sold.
The current pricing for a 2020 Epic Australia Pass is; $829 adult, $469 student (up to year 12), $639 senior (65 and over). For students aged 15 – 17 years, a letter of enrolment from their secondary school may be required before the pass will be activated. Epic Australia Passes are exclusively available for purchase online at https://www.epicaustraliapass.com.au/, and full T&C and FAQ are available here.
The 2020 Epic Australia Pass is the guaranteed best value season pass for Hotham in 2020, and the price will rise periodically between now and next winter, with now being the best time to commit.
We hope you’ve had a brilliant season at Hotham, enjoyed the full mountain, snow and sunshine, and we look forward to seeing you back again throughout the remainder of this season and next year.
So over Easter the finishing work on the new windows was well underway with now just painting to complete the job. This work will be done on the ANZAC weekend break. Plenty happening at Eumarellah this pre-season!
Clockwise from the top is a shot of the view from the dining area, access scaffolding installed from Ash Drive to enable the new frames to be delivered to the rear deck. Another view from the dining area. The rear of Eumarellah as seen from near Peninsula and looking in from the balcony.
The new doubled glazed full-width window installation was started last week at Eumarellah in the kitchen, dining and lounge area by North East Glass. The new windows provide stunning uninterrupted views out to the Dargo High Plains as well as keeping the building warmer in Winter and cooler in Summer.
Finishing works should be completed around the Easter break. Here is a sneak preview.