Alpine Resorts Co-ordinating Council

The Alpine Resorts Co-ordinating Council (ARCC) is a government agency that focuses on the strategic direction and sustainable growth for Victoria's five alpine resorts: Mt Baw Baw, Mt Hotham, Falls Creek, Mt Buller/Mt Stirling and Lake Mountain.

Three key areas of priority for the ARCC include:

Strategic positioning and advocacy

Co-operation and partnerships

Research and statistics

 

 

What's New

Development of a new Alpine Resorts Strategic Plan

The ARCC is developing a new alpine resorts strategic plan entitled, "Alpine Resorts Strategic Plan (2019) - responding to a changing climate". We are inviting all stakeholders to have their say on the future direction of Victoria’s Alpine Resorts through our Engage Victoria site.

On the Engage Victoria site you will find our stakeholder survey alongside a range of background information and links to some of our previous studies.

Winter 2018 Fact Sheet 

During the 2018 winter season the resorts received a total of over 982,000 visits and over 1.7 million visitor days.  Visitation in 2018 was the highest it has been since comparable records were first collected in 1980.

Economic contribution for the winter season has been estimated at $1,076 million, generating approximately 10,471 jobs (annual equivalent).

 Visitor survey results are consistent with previous years with a high level of visitor satisfaction at all resorts. 

The Victorian Alpine Resorts End of Season Report, Winter 2018 which provides more extensive analysis is currently in draft form and will be available shortly on our website.

All Resort Season Pass Holder Survey - Winner

Lucky Alison Shilling from Albury NSW has won an All Reort Season Pass for the 2019 Seaon - just for filling in and sending back her survey card to the ARCC attached to her 2018 pass.  For her story and other winners click here.

ARCC Industry update - February 2019

ARCC Industry update - October 2018

ARCC Industry update - August 2018