YMCA Howmans Gap Alpine Discovery Camp is happily situated on the Bogong High Plains, about four kilometres below Falls Creek resort, surrounded by tall ash bushland.
Howmans Gap offers a diverse range of accessible accommodation including self contained cottages and bunk style rooms. Bunk room accommodation prices include full catering with their in house chef.
Howmans Gap offers a wide range of facilities and activities including cycle knowledgeable staff, bike storage, bike tools, pumps and workshop. They offer the opportunity for walking, wildflowers, mountain biking, camping, high ropes, archery, and much more to help you explore Australia’s Alpine National Park in summer and is a great place for schools and groups to discover the Alpine region in any season.
In Winter, YMCA Howmans Gap Alpine Discovery Camp is the only YMCA Camp to offer snow and ski programs. They also operate Falls Creek Cross Country for all of your Cross Country, Skating, Classic, Telemark, Snow shoeing, or tobogganing needs.
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Howmans Gap Main Accommodation is an L-shaped building and sleeps up to 158 people.
The main building is comprised of 32 rooms with either one, two or three sets of bunks – some rooms include an extra single bed.
Six individual bathrooms and two main shared bathrooms.Balcony Barbecue Blankets Children's High Chair Desk Dining Area Dishwasher Dryer Heating Linen not supplied Lounge/Dining Area Microwave Open fireplace Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Refrigerator Safe Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Toaster Washing Machine
The house sleeps up to eight people in one double bed and six single bunks.
Includes a fully functioning kitchen, living and dining room, and separate toilet / bathroom.24 Hour Reception Balcony Barbecue Blankets Children's High Chair Desk Dining Area Dryer DVD/Bluray Player Flat-screen TV Full Kitchen Heating Kettle Kitchenware Linen supplied Lounge/Dining Area Microwave Open fireplace Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Oven Private Bathroom Refrigerator Shower Stove Top Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Toaster Washing Machine
The AAA Building is a universally designed building containing 33 beds providing all-season accessible accommodation in Victoria’s alpine region.
It contains a publicly accessible “Changing Places” bathroom with facilities to cater for people with a wide range of all disability type.
Rooms contain from 4 to 6 beds, each with at least one ensuite. (most with 2) There is a spacious kitchen for light catering and a comfortable lounge and dining area.24 Hour Reception Balcony Barbecue Blankets Children's High Chair Desk Dining Area Dishwasher Dryer DVD/Bluray Player Flat-screen TV Full Kitchen Heating Kettle Kitchenware Linen supplied Lounge/Dining Area Microwave Oven Private Bathroom Refrigerator Shower Stove Top Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Washing Machine
Minimum price shared room per person per day – minimum stay two nights and four meals.
Main shared accommodation including full catering. $214 per person for groups over 25 all meals included.
Please call for more information.
Check In: 3:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am