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Blue Cow Bistro

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Blue Cow Bistro, I’ve said it before I will say it again this is a bistro.

No real surprises, but has some great features.

  • Ski Tube Building
  • In Blue Cow
  • Great Views
  • Enough room for 4 million families
  • Indoor-outdoor facilities
  • Bars
  • Food
  • Snacks

Pretty much sums it up. Don’t be surprised if you walk in here and you find a bistro.

It is a bistro. I told you I’d say that again.

It provides plenty of options to fuel back up from a long morning up the mountain. There is also plenty of room to warm up, dry out and discuss sweet tricks and big crashes.

It’s located at the Blue Cow terminal above the ski tube exit and easy to get too from the top of Terminal Quad Chair, The Brumby T-Bar and Early starter double chair. Outside jumping on the train, given it’s at Blue Cow, you can also quite easily get there on snow, traversing over from Guthega.  

Enjoy it.

Opening Hours

Everyday during winter best to visit around lunch time or after that or even before that.

Price Per Person

You can expect Bistro money when you walk in here, its not too badly priced considering where it is.


You can walk in but it get’s very busy

Save yourself the disappointment and get in quick.


Food – Atmosphere – Great Location – Bar

Alec took his slabs of wood worldwide for years. He floated around enjoying basic day to day creature comforts like salt, beers and nasi goreng, amidst chasing snow for as many days of the year as possible. Then he got a day job... But the dream lives on, Today he loves nothing more than snowboarding, writing for Genki and just being the #1 snow hound this world has ever seen.

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