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A Big Year Planned for 2019

By   /  02/12/2018  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

  The Annual General Meeting of the Southern Tasmanian Ski Association was held on Wednesday evening, with the new committee elected ready for a big program of activity this Summer. The meetings have now shifted to the new venue of St Andrews Hall in Bathurst Street – thanks to Liz Koolhof for organising this excellent […]

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Web Cams Update

By   /  26/06/2018  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

After the recent web site migration onto a new server and some subsequent problems with the web cam pics, mtmawson.info is now displaying the cam images correctly. So you should all be seeing up to date pics in your browsers – ready for the season to commence. If you’re still having any issues viewing up […]

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Cam pics disruption

By   /  21/05/2018  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

We’ve just moved our website onto a new server. Our apologies, but there may me a short disruption to the cam pic uploads over the next day or so.

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April Working Bee – looks good for this weekend

By   /  24/04/2018  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

  The STSA Committee met last week to finalise the work program for the April working bee – to be held this weekend 28th and 29th April. As usual there is a long list of jobs to be completed, and the help of volunteers is greatly appreciated. The tasks can be grouped into three broad […]

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More progress despite the weather

By   /  26/03/2018  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

STSA volunteers headed up to Mt Mawson Ski Field on the weekend of 24-25 March to continue the task of getting the ski field ready for the coming Winter season. The forecast was for rain both days, and so work commenced on Friday evening with the slatting of one of the snow fences at the […]

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Mt Mawson Working Bee this weekend

By   /  22/03/2018  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

The next working bee for the Southern Tasmanian Ski Association at Mt Mawson Ski Field is on this weekend, with the majority of helpers planning to head up on Saturday 24th March. As the weather begins to close in there is still much to do to get the ski field ready for this winter season, […]

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STSA Working Bee this Sunday

By   /  23/02/2018  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  3 Comments

On Wednesday evening this week the STSA volunteer committee that run the Mt Mawson Ski Field met to discuss the work program for this Summer, and to hear an update on progress towards construction of the new day shelter and ski patrol facility at Mt Mawson. Expect to see some more action on site very […]

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STSA Committee looks to 2018

By   /  16/11/2017  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

Last night the STSA held its Annual General Meeting for 2017 and began plans for activities in 2018. The Committee looks very similar to last year (!) with the following office bearers elected: President:                                            […]

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October Spring Skiing at Mt Mawson

By   /  05/10/2017  /  MOUNTAIN NEWS, SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  1 Comment

Well its been an amazing season of skiing at Mt Mawson in the Mt Field National Park, Tasmania, and there is still enough snow to get a final fix of skiing and boarding this weekend. Make the most of it – because next winter is a long way off. Although we are now past the […]

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Successful Test Run of Tows

By   /  28/05/2017  /  SOUTHERN TASMANIAN SKI ASSOCIATION NEWS  /  No Comments

Pre-season preparation for the ski season at Mt Mawson Ski Field continued today (Sunday 28 May 2017), with 15 volunteers from the Southern Tasmanian Ski Association spending the day on the mountain doing a wide range of tasks to ready the ski field for operation. The forecast was for snow to 800 metres, but other […]

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