The Silver Brumby is the highest lodge in Thredbo offering breathtaking views over the mountains and village below.

    "Our wedding celebrations took place over the entire weekend, commencing on Friday night and finishing on Monday morning after breakfast. The entire celebration, with the exception of the wedding ceremony, which took place in the Thredbo Mary McKillop chapel, was held at the Silver Brumby. There were lots of good ideas about making best use of the lodge, about food alternatives, decorations, transport, music and ways of supporting our guests. On Sunday morning our guests joined us for brunch with bubbly and a BBQ dinner" - D Limbrick

    Rates for accommodation including continental breakfast are available on our rates page. The Silver Brumby can accommodate up to 50 people in single, double or larger family suites. Additional accommodation for larger groups can also be arranged.


      "The weekend was a tremendous success in large part due to the ideal nature of the Brumby as a great venue and the support, assistance, service and great food provided by managers, Emma and Nick, and staff."
      There are a wide variety of catering options available from our in-house chef, starting with a three course set menu, ranging through to a cocktail style party for up to 100 guests with multiple menu choices, BBQs on the deck and lazy lunches.
      • "The week was great and as usual the service outstanding."

        John Cookson, August 2017

      • "The food was beautiful & the lodge is in great condition"

        Janice Stirling, August 2017

      • "We had a fabulous time… The lodge is looking great…always clean and cosy and well kept… The whole trip was a great success…"

        Lindsay Holliday, July 2017

      • "Fabulous week at the Lodge, it really is a home away from home!!
        We never get tired of coming down and being spoilt"

        Susie Thomson, August 2017

      • "Even though it was a quick stay it was so great to be back, the food was excellent as always!!"

        Sophie McWilliam-Kerry, October 2017


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