Skier Capacity: On all slopes including Snow-boarders: 1000 skiers.
Main Slope Length: 300 metres to 20 km (ave. distance over snow per hour).
Slope width: 50 metres.
Drop: 39 metres (13 stories).
Snow depth: 200 millimetres minimum.
Other Slopes: 250 metre Mountain Run (with moguls & drops). "Hyper Slope" inside Snow Chamber. Centre Training Area. Snowboard Area including half pipe, slalom, bordercross, flat-tops etc.
Air Temperature Ski Area: 8 degrees Celsius (ave).
Skiing Charges: $10 - $20 for first hour (off-peak to peak time range).
Dome Construction: Clear-span truss, insulated, metal skin.
Total Dome Area: 40,400 m2 (10 acres).
Energy Source: Gas turbine Co-generation.
Technology Features: Mag-lev. The 2,500 tonne snow deck will be supported by electro-magnetic support units enabling the entire moving snow-field to "float" on a 15mm space, with zero vibration, noise and maintenance; Twin Chamber Snow Chamber for non-stop snowmaking; New Heat Exchanger technology.
Other Facilities: Suspended Gondolas, Bobsled Ride, Snow-play & Tobogganing, Ski Hire, Ski Instruction, Themed Ice-Skating, Restaurants, Retail Areas, Four Star Hotel.
Origin of the Ski-Trac: The Ski-Trac was invented, designed and developed by Kevin Ferris of Brisbane, Australia. The first snow tests of the unique snow-making eco-system took place in Townsville November 1997 in association with George Jennings of Woomera Snow Guns, Canberra. A one-tenth size test model was built in a factory at Taren Point in Sydney. Systems development took place with the assistance of Richard Worsdall of Ski-Trac's project management company Kinlay Neill Worsdall, with engineering development by Meinhardt, Sydney.