The place to stay on the snow at Perisher.


and chat, or read, or enjoy quality family time

Feel like some down time. Time for yourself? Barina is large enough to give you plenty of space to relax alone or enjoy some valuable family time. But small enough to be personal. We are quite a small lodge.

And best of don't have to cook and clean.

Guests at this comfortable lodge start the day with a continental buffet, followed by a delicious hot breakfast. After a day on the snow, there is a welcome afternoon tea to keep weary skiers going until a sumptuous three-course dinner is served in the evening.

Barina prides itself in providing good food and in meeting its guest's dietary requirements.

The lodge has a warm, friendly and hard-working full-time manager/Chef.

The lounge and dining area is large, comfortable and has plenty of natural light. Curl yourself up in a couch with a good book or join the family in a table-top game.

Sunlight streams into the lounge and dining area through the large windows.

Or just admire the beauty of the outside eucalypts.

EucalyptsOutsideView from the lounge windows.

All in the warmth and comfort of a sun drenched winter lodge.

...home now!

In pre and post dinner time you might enjoy mingling with other guests around the open fire.

Families might dine at a smaller table, but we encourage everyone to share a meal and develop new friendships at a larger table. You might just team up with a new found friend for a day of downhilling or cross country skiing tomorrow.

Pre prandial mingling with guests enjoying the magic of the open fire!

Our bedrooms and hallways are also full of light and encourage you to make this a great day.

Plenty of space to curl up with a book or enjoy family time around a low table

Light, warmth and sunshine everywhere!

...home now!

Children and parents enjoying a sumptious dinner

Children of all ages love coming to Barina

Lounge room
Our Large dining and lounge room means you can rest and relax

Lounge room
There is something wholesome about an open fire

...home now!