There are two toboggan runs. Visitors can hire toboggans from nearby Erica or Rawson. Alternatively, if you intend to bring your own toboggan, remember that only plastic moulded toboggans are allowed on the runs.
Snowshoeing is permitted on the ski trail network. Snow shoes are either BYO or hire from suppliers. There is a short Winter Walking Track leading to a lookout that starts at the St Gwinear carpark and extends approximately 600m (1.2km return).
Cross country skiing
Mount St Gwinear, located on the Baw Baw Plateau, offers 12km of cross country trails, with the first Main Trail departing from the Mount St Gwinear car park. There is a loop that visitors can undertake accessing 5 trails. These trails are called Cascades Trail, Saints Trail, Tullicoutty Trail and Gwinear Trail. There is an access point on the Saints Trail at Phillack Saddle to link onto a cross country ski trail (Tanjil) for those accessing the Baw Baw Resort Alpine Village.
Dispersed camping is permitted on the Baw Baw Plateau except in the Reference Area Zone and within 20 metres of streams and alpine bogs.
Shelter facilities including the warm room and change room will be closed.
This is a basic visitor site so we are encouraging all visitors to be self-sufficient.
A food van offering a limited range will operate in peak periods. They will adhere to strict hygiene measures and contactless payment system.
If the St Gwinear car park is full, delay your visit. Do not join vehicle queues or park illegally.
During the winter season please check www.ski.com.au for the latest snow, road and weather reports for Mount St Gwinear.
Things to do in the area
Baw Baw Plateau
How to get there
Mount St Gwinear
No charge to enter the park
No charge for car parking
Need to know
Mount St Gwinear
Change of Conditions
Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.
Notices Affecting Multiple Parks
Ground shooting operations targeting deerControl operations (ground shooting) targeting deer are undertaken in this area. The Park will remain open to visitors during operations.For more information about deer control to protect biodiversity, please visit this link.