Lake Crackenback Property Sales
FAQ'S

What is the title at Lake Crackenback?
Lake Crackenback ownership is held under strata title, with owners able to hold office in the strata management committee. The strata corporation is managed by a leading independent strata management company (Dynamic Property Services). Strata title ensures also that all property in the resort is maintained to the highest quality. The resort lies adjacent to the national park in which property is held under a fifty year lease from 2007, and there is no provision in the current NPWS leases for a rollover.

Who owns Lake Crackenback?
The management company is locally owned ensuring a high level of local knowledge and understanding. All the individual properties are owned under strata title, infrastructure and common areas, for example indoor heated swimming pool and gymnasium, are held and managed by the strata corporation for the mutual benefit of all individual owners.

Are there any building standards or guidelines in place in Lake Crackenback?
Yes, the building guidelines are designed to maintain a certain quality and execution of building that is in keeping with the resort's high standards, and the general environment of the Thredbo Valley.

Where does the water come from?
The water supply for the resort is drawn from the Thredbo river, and is treated before being reticulated throughout the resort.

What happens to waste water?
Waste water and sewage is treated on site and the grey water is re-used in watering the golf course and landscaping.

Is there broadband internet at the resort?
Yes, the speeds are very high

Is there a shuttle bus service to the ski tube?
Yes, in winter the bus is timed to meet most train services.

What are the future plans for the resort?
The creation of a new outdoor swimming pool, adds to a list of resort activities and facilities. Enjoy a cool dip on a hot summer's day or a heated spa in a winter snow storm.

  • The creation of an enticing village centre, complete with cafe, gallery, kids club and beauty outlet, offers an entertaining and focal area for the resort.
  • As the resort expands, these improvements will cater for the increased demand from conference guests and summer visitors. There are a limited number of land lots available and as the resort is in the Thredbo Valley rural area that precludes further sub-division, the long term holders of property within the resort should benefit from the resorts location and adherence to high standards of design and service.

    Can I have my property managed by the resort?
    Yes, the management company offers a 24/7 service to guests and owners, second to none in the Snowy Mountains. This service includes maintenance, guest services, wedding and conference planning, food and beverage services, room and chalet service, sports and activities, as well as accommodation bookings.