|2021 Lift Passes||Monday - Friday||Weekend||Bass Lift Only|
|Adult Per Day|
Ages 17 years +
|Child Per Day|
Ages 6 to 16
|Junior* Per Day|
Ages 2 - 5
Proof of age required
** Bass Lift tickets can be upgraded to the full day pass, at the ticket office only.
^FREE - Price may be applied at anytime without notice and a limit of 1 junior per adult.
Junior* Pass ages 2 years or competent rider to 5 years of age. Must be accompanied with an adult pass holder. Juniors must ride lifts safely with Adult and not be strapped to the upper body.
For season pass holders, we know the snow can be hit and miss at Ben Lomond, that's why our season passes will come with a minimum usage allowance. The value of a seasons pass is equivalent of 5 normal day passes +
For example, should you only use your season pass for 2 days for season 2021, you can use the remaining 3 passes for 2022. You will then need to purchase another season pass after that if you wish to continue for unlimited access for 2022.
For 2021, if you use up all your minimum usage, you can continue to use your season pass for the rest of the 2021 season for unlimited lift use.
Each season pass holder will need to provide ID upon ticket collection or have their photo on our online ticketing system to confirm, either at the ticket office when collecting their pass for the day or online, for which the credit system will keep track of your usage.
0 Ski Days / 5 days credit on following year
1 Ski Day / 4 days credit on following year
2 Ski Days / 3 days credit on following year
3 Ski Days / 2 days credit on following year
4 Ski Days / 1 days credit on following year
5 Ski Days / 0 days credit on following year
A ski day(s) is classed as use of our lifts and being obtained at the ticket office anytime during the season.
No Refunds - Purchasing a season pass and agreeing to the lift allowance secures your right to have credits applied for the following year. Should you become medically unfit, become pregnant or discuss your situation with us, we may consider offering either a credit or partial refund at our discretion.
Please note that the minimum usage allowance is only valid for the 2021 season pass purchase only and may not be offered for the following season(s).
We would like to thank each and every one of you who came to use Ben Lomond Ski Lifts for our first year of operations.
We will unfortunately be calling the official end of season from today due to lack of snow. There is very little snow in the forward forecast, and it is getting warmer by the day.
Albeit we had a short 2021 winter season, we will be working hard in the summer months to extend future seasons. There will be some exciting changes to come and we are pushing hard to make these happen as quickly as possible.
We look forward to seeing you all next year for a bigger and better 2022 season.
Ben Lomond Alpine Resort PTY LTD
|LIFT||STATUS||OPENING TIME||CLOSING TIME|
|Big Ben Poma||CLOSED||-||-|
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY RISK WARNING, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, WAIVER AND RELEASE DETAILS
1. Participation in skiing, snow boarding, ski lift use, snow bikes, snow mobiles, transport and any other free or paid service provided by Ben Lomond Alpine Resort PTY LTD ('the Recreational Activities') supplied by Ben Lomond Alpine Resort PTY LTD ('Service Provider') involves significant risks, including the risk of personal injury and death. Particular risks include, but are not limited to 1.1.Broken bones, fractures, cuts, abrasions, torn muscles or any part of the persons body or possessions.
2. Before you participate in the Recreational Activities, you should ensure that you are aware of, and properly understand, all of the risks involved in the Recreational Activities, and that those risks will include any particular risks associated with any health condition or pre-existing disability from which you suffer.
3. By purchasing or obtaining a service provided by Ben Lomond Alpine Resort PTY LTD, whether paid, complimentary, gifted or unpermitted use of any of our assets, you acknowledge, agree and understand that you engage or participate in the Recreational Activities voluntarily and at your own risk in full knowledge of the Risks generally and Particular risks described above.
4. If obtaining a paid, complimentary, gifted or unpermitted use of any of our assets, this document as a parent, guardian or responsible person performing parenting responsibilities, you acknowledge and agree that you have explained to the participant that the Recreational Activities provided by the Service Provider may involve risks generally; and the Particular risks described above.
5. By paying, receiving a complimentary, gifted or unpermitted use of any of our assets this document, you also acknowledge, agree and understand that the risk warning above constitutes a formal 'risk warning' for the purposes of the relevant legislation, including for the purpose of: 5.1.Section 5M of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW); 5.2.Section 5I of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (WA); 5.3.Section 48 of the Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading Act (NT); 5.4.Section 43 of the Civil Law (Wrongs) Act 2002 (ACT); 5.5.Section 15 - 20 of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (TAS);
5.6. Section 31 - 39 of the Civil Liability Act 1936 (SA); 5.7. Section 50 of the Wrongs Act 1958(VIC); and/or 5.8. Section 13 - 19 of the Civil Liability Act 2003 (QLD).
6. Section 139A of Competition and Consumer Act, 2010 (Cth) permits the Service Provider of the Recreational Activities and associated services to ask you to agree that the statutory guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law(Cth) do not apply to you (or a person for whom or on whose behalf you are acquiring the services to engage in the Recreational Activities).
7. You acknowledge, agree and understand that, to the full extent permitted by law (including section 139A of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)): 7.1.Your rights (or the rights of a person for whom or on whose behalf you are acquiring the services) to sue the Service Provider, its servant and agents, in relation to the Recreational Activities if the Recreational Activities or associated services were not provided to you in accordance with any express or implied warranty or guarantee that the services will be provided with reasonable care and skill, are excluded, restricted or modified as set out below; and
7.2.You (or the person for whom or on whose behalf you are acquiring the services) release the Service Provider, its servant and agents, from all liability for a failure to comply with any express or implied warranty or guarantee that the services will be provided with reasonable care and skill.
8. You acknowledge, agree and understand that, to the full extent permitted by law, the liability of the Service Provider in relation to recreational services and activities (as that term is defined in the Australian Consumer Law (Cth) and any similar state laws) for any:
8.2.physical or mental injury (including the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of such an injury);
8.3.the contraction, aggravation or acceleration of a disease;
8.4.the coming into existence, the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of any other condition, circumstance, occurrence, activity, form of behaviour, course of conduct or state of affairs:
(i) that is or may be harmful or disadvantageous to you or the community; that may result in harm or disadvantage to you or the community;
(ii) that may be suffered by you (or a person for whom or on whose behalf you are acquiring the services) resulting from the supply of recreational services or recreational activities is excluded.
(9) You also agree that, to the full extent permitted by law, you (or the person for whom or on whose behalf you are acquiring the services) agree to waive and/or release the Service Provider, its servants and agents, from any claim, right or cause of action which you or your heirs, successors, executors, administrators, agents and assigns might otherwise have against the Service Provider, its servant and agents, for or arising out of your death or physical or mental injury, disease, loss and damage, or economic loss of any description whatsoever which you may suffer or sustain in the course of or consequential upon or incidental to your participation in the Recreational Activities, whether caused by the negligence of the Service Provider, its servant and agents, or otherwise.
10. You also acknowledge, agree and understand that:
10.1. The Service Provider will permit you to participate in the Recreational Activities, and provide you with the associated services, in part in consideration of you signing this document;
10.2. The Service Provider may rely on this document in any proceedings commenced in any Court by me or by my heirs, executors and assigns;
10.3. The laws of Tasmania govern this document.
11. You do not have to agree to exclude, restrict or modify or waive your rights against, or release, the Service Provider, its servants and agents, from any claims by signing this document, however the Service Provider may refuse to allow you to participate in the Recreational Activities, or to provide you with the associated services, if you do not agree to exclude, restrict, modify or waive your rights against, or release, the Service Provider, its servants and agents, by signing this document. Even if you sign this document, you may still have further legal rights.
12. You agree that the waivers and releases contained in this document apply for every visit you make to the Service Provider until such time as you withdraw or modify your consent in writing or the Service Provider modifies these terms with your consent by signing a new document. You will not be required to sign future waivers on the understanding that this waiver document shall apply to all your future participation in the Recreational Activities.
The alpine environment is a beautiful destination for winter or summer holidays and a venue for many challenging and exciting activities including skiing and bush walking. The Alps, however, can be hazardous if visitors are careless and irresponsible.Even on the shortest visit to the snow it is important to be prepared for and aware of the nature of the alpine environment. When planning your trip to the snowfields, select a resort or area which caters for you and your group’s needs as facilities, experiences and opportunities vary widely between resorts and various parts of the Alpine National Parks and high country. Generally, the better the planning the better the outcome, more fun and less hassles.
The following information is essential and relevant to all visitors to alpine areas, regardless of the length of the visit or the type of alpine activity.Even on the shortest visit to the snow it is important to be prepared for and aware of the nature of the alpine environment. When planning your trip to the snowfields, select a resort or area which caters for you and your group’s needs as facilities, experiences and opportunities vary widely between resorts and various parts of the Alpine National Parks and high country. When planning it is important to prepare your vehicle for a trip to the snow, organise your clothing and equipment. Snow sport is more enjoyable if you improve your fitness and organise lessons. Once there, take special care with children. Arrange to leave details of your trip with a responsible contact, for example a parent or teacher.Generally, the better the planning the better the outcome, more fun and less hassles.
Alcohol and drugs don’t cut it in the snow. Alcohol and drugs impair judgement, slow response time and reduce your ability to respond in an emergency.
There are inherent risks in all snow recreational activities. Common sense, staying in control and personal awareness can reduce these risks. Risks include rapid changes in weather, visibility and surface conditions, as well as natural and artificial hazards such as rocks, trees, stumps, vehicles, lift towers, snow fences and snowmaking equipment. Observe the code and ski and ride with courtesy to others.
Regardless of how you enjoy your snow sport, there are inherent risks in all snow recreational activities. While in a alpine environment always show courtesy to others and be aware that common sense, protective equipment and personal awareness can reduce the risks. These risks include rapid changes in the weather, visibility and surface conditions, as well as natural and artificial hazards such as rocks, trees, stumps, vehicles, lift towers, snow fences and snowmaking equipment.Snow sports are lots of fun, but if you do not pay attention to the Code, you could end up hurting yourself or those around you. Observe the Code and share with others the responsibility for a great experience.