The Australian Alpine Snowsports History Association (AASHA) is a network for those interested in the history of Australia’s alpine areas with a focus on snowsports. It seeks to promote interest in, engagement with and foster cooperation around Australian alpine and snowsports history.
The International Skiing History Association (ISHA) is a not-for-profit corporation, whose mission is to preserve and advance the knowledge of ski history and to increase public awareness of the sport’s heritage.
The Kosciuszko Huts Association (KHA) is a voluntary association formed in 1971 to assist with the conservation, management and reconstruction of huts, homesteads and surrounds within Kosciuszko National Park (KNP) in southern NSW and Namadgi National Park (NNP) in the ACT.
The National Alpine Museum of Australia is located within the village at Mt Buller, Australia’s most popular mountain. The museum has a comprehensive collection of objects from across Australia’s alps, with many on display for visitors to enjoy. The museum is volunteer run and operated.
Perisher Ski Patrol (PSP) is the largest volunteer ski patrol in Australia. PSP operates under the ‘One Patrol’ umbrella by supporting Perisher’s paid patrol across the 1,245 hectares of the Perisher resort that includes Perisher, Smiggin Holes, Blue Cow and Guthega.
Perisher’s Skitube is a Swiss designed rack-rail train that takes passengers from Bullocks Flat on the Alpine Way through a tunnel in the Ramshead Range to the Perisher Resort. The first stop is the underground station at Perisher Valley and then continues on to Blue Cow through another tunnel through the Perisher Range.