From Sun to Snow: Australia at the Winter Olympics
Come behind the scenes with athletes, coaches and administrators and explore 86 years of Australia's Winter Olympic moments from Garmisch-Partenkirchen to Beijing.
‘Competing at the Olympics is something so special as it is a time when the whole nation gets behind you and supports you.’
- Jarryd Hughes, 2018
Every four years winter sports competitors from across the world come together to compete in the Winter Olympics. First held in Chamonix, France in 1924. Australia first sent a competitor to the Winter Olympics in 1932 and has sent a team every year since 1952. Australia has sent athletes to every Winter Paralympic Games since they began in 1976.
29 January 2022 to 1 June 2023
NAMA Mt Buller, Level 1, Alpine Central, Mt Buller