Selwyn Back in June 2022

snow action team 11.05.2021

Confirmation from Selwyn Snow Resort today they will re-open June 2022, not this year.

Selwyn back for 2022 season © snowaction.com.au

‘All New In 2022’ will see the resort transformed for its grand re-opening, with the expected completion of the significantly expanded and integrated ‘Selwyn Centre’ that will house all guest facilities and services in the one building. The new Selwyn Centre will house an expanded Ski & Snowboard Hire, enhanced food and drink offerings and improved toilet amenities.
The 2022 snow season will also see the completed full upgrade of the New Chum Chairlift and the re-opening of 100% of the resort’s skiable terrain.
The relocation and expansion of the Snowsports Learning Area will also be complete, with the installation of two brand new dedicated snow carpets for guests to perfect their turns on.
The relocated and expanded Toboggan Park will also open in Winter 2022, offering the best tobogganing experience in New South Wales.
Selwyn’s snowmaking capability will significantly increase, with the installation of state-of-the-art snowmaking equipment provided by TechnoAlpin. Selwyn Snow Resort will be the first snow resort in the Southern Hemisphere to install the brand new TT10 snow machines.
Kevin James Blyton, Chairman of the Blyton Group said he is looking forward to the reopening of the resort for 2022. “With the long-term future of Selwyn secured and construction underway, we look forward to the community being able to experience the new and improved Selwyn in Winter 2022. We remain fully focused on the rebuild and are excited for the future of the resort.”
Reconstruction of the electrical supply to the resort is underway, with a full restoration of the network expected in early 2022. Resort infrastructure sourced from overseas including grooming & snowmaking equipment is still on-route and is expected to arrive in the coming weeks.
Work continues with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry & Environment to finalise the remaining planning approvals.

Shame .. but there it is. For Selwyn when it is/was good check this: