Ski. Race. Collaborate.
PropertySki is an annual 3 day event held in Thredbo Mountain Resort. The weekend involves formal and informal networking functions, fundraising initiatives and the staple ski race event.
Our industry is one of the most inter-connected industries in Australia. PropertySki aims to use that connectivity to bring property moguls from across the country to meet, compete and enjoy some of the best skiing Australia has to offer.
A full weekend on the slopes PLUS
Frequently Asked Questions
1. I haven't skied before, can I still attend?
Of course. We had a large number of first-time and non-skiers attend PropertySki in 2017, 2018 and 2019. We encourage first-timers to join, and race participation is not compulsory (although highly encouraged, as places from first to last are eligible to win prizes!).
2. What does the PropertySki ticket include?
Access to Race Training Course
PropertySki Launch Party
Entry to PropertySki Official Race Day!
Awards Night with Loads of Prizes and Giveaways
PropertySki After Party
3. Do I have to race?
No, racing is not compulsory. However we highly encourage everyone to race in the spirit of participation.
4. What type of race events can I participate in?
The races will include the following:
5. What does ‘GS’ mean in the answer above?
GS refers to ‘Giant Slalom’. Don’t be intimidated, ‘giant’ simply means the turns are wider than
6. How much is the ticket?
7. What if I am the only person in my team?
That’s ok too. We had a number of solo participants representing their company last year. Please download and read the Team Leader Pack for all information relating to ticket payment method, accommodation options, travel etc.
7. Is it only for “young” property professionals?
No. PropertySki is for all ages. The average age of attendance in 2019 was 35 years old.
8. What if I have a season pass?
If you have a season pass, you will not require a lift pass.
9. Do we need to organise insurance?
We strongly encourage all participants to obtain a personal travel insurance policy for this event.
10. Is PropertySki and/or its committee members held responsible and/or liable in the event of an accident?
No. PropertySki and/or its committee members are NOT responsible or liable in the event of any accident or incident during the PropertySki Weekend. Prior to attending the PropertySki weekend, each participant must sign a PropertySki waiver. The waiver discharges all claims and releases from liability any and all claims or demands against PropertySki and its committee members in relation to the dangers of serious injury and property damage, and that such injuries and damages can occur by natural causes or activities, persons, animals, event members, event leaders and assistants or third parties.
11. Do you offer refunds on tickets?
A 50% refund of the Property Ski Ticket can be issued to registrations cancelled in writing by the 30 June 2020. Cancellations
made on and after 1 July 2020 are non-refundable. Property Ski do not offer refunds for any other cost incurred during the
Property Ski weekend, including (but not limited to) Thredbo lift pass, accommodation, transport costs etc.