There is, aside from the reasonable cost of the packages, some added incentives - such as kids under 16 are eligible for a child airfare.
The cost of a seven-night stay at the Australian -owned and operated resort of Big White is from $2,589 ex-Sydney. Included is Air New Zealand airfares to Kelowna, taxes, a six-day ski lift pass and twin share accommodation at the ski in -ski out Whitefoot Lodge. Don't be surprised if you hear an Australian accent whilst at Big White. There are lots of Aussies employed by this resort due to their repuation as reliable employees and their enthusiasm for skiing and boarding in the BC powder snow.
Sun Peaks, interior British Columbia's largest destination ski resort, was declared Canada's best village by Ski Canada Magazine. It is also popular with Australian snow enthusiasts. The Skimax package at Sun Peaks Lodge (located in the heart of the award-winning village and equipped with wireless internet, cable-TV and spa) costs from $2,809 ex-Melbourne, ex-Sydney $2,825, ex-Brisbane $2,835 and ex-Perth $3,299.
Both packages are for travel between 1- 27 February 2013. The final date to book and paying for these Skimax British Columbia snow adventures is 17 September 2012.
For more information call Skimax 1300 136 997 or check out its website www.skimax.com.au