Created by Sydney based photographer, Monique Easton. A long time skier, lover of design and all things snow.  High Noon View and Alpine Modern are unique spaces chosen for their spectacular views of Mount Kosciuszko. 

Both spaces pay homage to their natural surrounds, the altitude of High Noon View with clean lines and a minimalist colour palette and the luxe campng vibe of Alpine Modern, the cedar cabin on the banks of Thredbo River. 

These are privately owned, self-contained spaces, we thought were too good not to share! 


Arrival and Departure: 

Arrival is anytime after 4pm. Departure is 10am. 

What is self-contained?

We are luxury, self contained spaces which means you prepare your own meals with the full kitchen at the property. All linen and towels are included, however we do not service the spaces daily. Dishwashing and clothes detergent, toilet paper and garbage bags are supplied in reasonable quantities. If you are staying longer than two nights you may need to be prepared with extra supplies. 

HOW DO I GET A National Park Pass?

You will need to buy a National Parks pass to enter Thredbo Village because it is located in a National Park. There is a ticket booth on The Alpine Way, otherwise you can purchase passes from the Thredbo Information Centre near Valley Terminal in the village. 


Yes, we have collection of luxury towels and InBed linens for your stay. 

Do you supply tea or coffee?

Yes. We have Nespresso pods for the machine at High Noon View. We have Seven Seeds coffee and a Gaggia espresso machine at Alpine Modern. Sugar and T2 tea provided at both locations.

Is there are cleaning fee?

The cleaning is included in your nightly price, however the following must be done to avoid an excess cleaning fee. The space must be left in a condition as close as possible to arrival. The fridge must be emptied of all perishable open food items, all rubbish must be taken up to the outside bin enclosure and all kitchens items must be put in the dishwasher. 


We recommend stopping at Woolworths, Cooma for the best selection and lowest prices. Jindabyne is quite good, but a bit pricier and extremely busy over winter. Thredbo is pricier again, with less selection (great for emergencies). 


Legally you are required to carry chains in all cars that are not a 4WD. However they are only required to be used when there is a significant amount of snow on the road. Tune into 92.1FM or 97.7FM for regular updates on this. You can also call the RTA hotline on 132 701. There will be signs on The Alpine Way instructing you to put chains on if they are required. Chains are available for hire from Thredbo, Jindabyne or Cooma at most petrol stations.  


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