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Popular amenities for Dinner Plain holiday rentals

Stay near Dinner Plain's top sights

Dinner Plain Hotel3 locals recommend
Hotel High Plains14 locals recommend
Ramada Resort by Wyndham Dinner Plain Mt Hotham7 locals recommend
Mountain Kitchen15 locals recommend
Alphutte Dinner Plain5 locals recommend
Hoys Skis6 locals recommend

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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Dinner Plain

  • Total rentals

    210 properties

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    10 properties have a dedicated workspace

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    10 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    180 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    2K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $187 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Dinner Plain

All About Dinner Plain

Dinner Plain is located within the mountain ranges of north east Victoria, around 375 kilometres from Melbourne, and only a 20 minute drive from one of Australia’s most popular ski resorts. This picturesque and quiet village offers panoramic alpine views, stunning landscapes with the scent of eucalyptus in the air from the snow gumtrees. There is plenty of local wildlife to spot too, with the Alpine National Park at its doorstep.

In the winter, Dinner Plain offers good skiing on gentle slopes with no resort entry fees; it also boasts Australia’s longest toboggan run, which is suitable for adults and children. In the summer, the snow melts away revealing many interesting walking and mountain bike tracks, and the alpine air provides a relief from a hot summer in the city. If you are a serious hiker, you could challenge yourself to the 10-kilometre trek to nearby Mt. Hotham, while taking in spectacular scenery along the way.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Dinner Plain

Dinner Plain is a tale of two seasons. In the winter, it is a haven for those that love fun in the snow. Dinner Plain is home to Australia’s longest toboggan run and provides great entertainment for both adults and children. The gentle slopes also make it a great place for less experienced skiers to enjoy. In the warmer months, Dinner Plain is a destination for mountain bikers and hikers with many interesting trails to discover in the Alpine National Forest. The weather is pleasantly warm, and the nights are mild making it a perfect time to visit the area and enjoy the spectacular mountain scenery. Whenever you decide to go, there is a range of accommodations in Dinner Plain available to suit all budgets and tastes.

Top things to do in Dinner Plain


If you are visiting Dinner Plain in the summer months hiking in the Victorian highlands offers naturally stunning mountain ranges and breathtaking scenery along many walking trails. From the bare ridges of Mount Feathertop to the rugged, gumtree-lined Cobungra Ditch walking track, there are a range of different options to suit all ages and abilities.


Take a run-down Dinner Plain’s Cobungra Platter Slope. At around 100 metres long, this is the biggest and longest toboggan slope in Australia. Tobogganing is free and with no resort entry fees to get into Dinner Plain, it is the perfect affordable family day out in the snow. Bring your own toboggan or you can hire one from most of the ski hire shops in the village.


Cycle along the Great Alpine Road, Australia’s highest sealed road, an experience suitable for both amateur and advanced cyclists. You can enjoy a more relaxed and scenic journey between Dinner Plain and Mt. Hotham or go further afield with rides to nearby towns like Omeo and Harrietville. For a real challenge, try the Omeo to Dinner Plain ride covering the Seven Peaks of the Alpine National Park.

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