Today, Perisher and the surrounding high country provide a wonderful playground for skiers, snowboarders, walkers and even wombats.  As time moves on, however, it is easy to forget ‘the good old days’ of rope tows or no tows, lodge building, homemade skis, lace-up leather boots and riotous lodge parties.

New members are most welcome.
Membership is structured so that support can be as an individual, a family, club or commercial establishment.  Currently, the Society has 92 members including 22 ski clubs.

Perisher Historical Society Incorporated

ABN 58 206 993 576
The Committee and Office Bearers

Welcome to the Perisher Historical Society.

The primary objective of this site is to be a repository of historical data organised in a meaningful way.
This is all collated within our eMuseum.  Access via the Menu item eMuseum above.

Shortcuts to a variety of popular subject areas can be found on this page.
Below are direct links to the major resort areas and below that to popular subject areas.

As the Society gathers historical data a bibliography of these will be published within this section.
Numerous Clubs are marking significant milestones by publishing their history - 50th birthdays abound and theĀ  following have been generously donated to the PHS library.

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