Alpine Snow Clubs

Australia's alpine region offers a fantastic skiing and snowboarding experience, and there are several ski clubs in the area that cater to enthusiasts, families, and individuals alike. These clubs often provide various amenities, accommodation options, social events, and ski-related activities for their members. Rhythm is pro d to work in conjunction with various Australian alpine ski clubs.

St Moritz Ski Club

SMSRC is one of Thredbo’s oldest snow sport clubs and for nearly 40 years St Moritz has been providing a nurturing and rewarding environment for generations of families and junior snowsports devotees to develop their skills and enjoy the company of like-minded people aspiring to becoming great skiers for life.


LAWSKI (formerly the Lawyers Ski and Snowboard Race) has been held annually in Thredbo since 1990.


LAWSKI is now in its 31st year and has grown to the stage where lawyers from all over New South Wales, and across Australia, attend the weekend. The event consists of a 3 day program in Thredbo including a series of social events, a day of competitive ski and snowboard racing, and a black tie presentation dinner. The event also attracts many non-racing skiers and boarders together with many guests who just enjoy the off mountain/apres events.


LAWSKI is hosted and run on a not-for-profit basis by LAWSKI Inc, an incorporated association represented by a committee who donate their time to organise the event.

Alpine snow clubs are an integral part of the Snowy Mountains history.

Alpine Clubs bring people together and encourage a love for the mountains for every generation


Rhythm Snowsports are proud to support Australian defence force personell including Navy, Army and Airforce.

If you are an active member please show your ID in-store when purchasing to a staff member who will apply any benefits available at the time.

How Do I Join a club?

availability, membership requirements, and facilities may vary among different ski clubs.
If you're interested in joining a specific club or learning more about their offerings, it's best to visit their websites or get in touch with them directly.