Smiggin Holes is a popular skiing resort that is part of the Perisher Blue network of resorts in the Snowy Mountains .It is located around 480 kilometres south-west from New South Wales's state capital, Sydney.
Smiggin Holes was named after the sink holes left by Spencer's cattle. It first began to attract snow enthusiasts in 1939 when a cafe was built to service skiers heading to the Snowy Mountains.
Today Smiggin Holes offer skiing facilities for both beginner and advanced skiers.
Smiggin Holes also offers accommodation, situated in an ideal location close to the ski lifts. Smiggin Holes is also a beautiful area to visit during the Summer, with magnificent landscape scenery and outdoor activities to keep you amused.
You can get to Smiggin Holes by plane, with flights arriving at Cooma and a connecting bus service continuing onto Smiggin Holes. It is also possible to drive to Smiggin Holes, although chains should be carried during the Winter months.