Haven't made it to the snowfields yet this winter? Never fear, frustrated snow bunnies because it's not too late.
The region's ski fields are still open and this week's chilly conditions are promising more great skiing.
We are lucky in the Wagga region to be so close to the Snowy Mountains, so the resorts of Perisher, Thredbo, Charlotte Pass and Selwyn are all relatively close by.
Perisher and the surrounding snowfields make up the southern hemisphere's largest alpine resort and, according to the resort's Facebook page the ski conditions are "epic".
With snow expected every day at least until the weekend, Saturday's sunny conditions and good visibility will be welcome.
Perisher has nearly 50 lifts across seven mountain peaks and a skiing area of 1245 hectares with runs to suit all levels.
The resort has five terrain parks, two half-pipes, and more than 100 kilometres of marked cross-country trails. Off the slopes, there is a wide variety of accommodation and dining options.
Thredbo is also looking forward to a week of snowfalls ahead of what is expected to be another busy weekend.
Saturday is expected to be windy and partly cloudy, with possible snow on Sunday.
Right now, the conditions are great, with all lifts and trails open.
Thredbo has more than 50 runs, including the longest ski run in mainland Australia. The resort also lays claim to the highest lifted point.
In the village, there is a leisure centre with an indoor pool, gym, squash courts and childcare centre, and a selection of bars and restaurants.
Charlotte Pass is Australia's highest snow resort and offers all ski-in ski-out accommodation. With a limited number of guests in the village at any time, skiers are guaranteed short lift lines.
Like Thredbo, Charlotte Pass is set for a week of fresh falls, with partly cloudy conditions on Saturday and snow likely on Sunday.
Charlotte Pass can only be accessed via oversnow transport in the winter, meaning it is a car-free resort. Charlotte Pass is popular with cross-country skiers due its trail access.
Selwyn is small and great for beginners, with green runs making up 40 per cent of the resort. The snow school offers snowboarding and skiing lessons for all ages, including private and group sessions.
After daily snow falls until Thursday, Friday and Saturday are shaping up to be mostly sunny, with a partly cloudy day on Saturday.
The resort is family friendly, with a tube park, children's program and childcare. There's no accommodation, so stay in the nearby holiday park or the towns of Tumut, Adaminaby or Cooma.
If you are driving to either Perisher or Thredbo you will need a National Parks Entry permit. It is possible to pay by the day, or purchase an annual pass.
Entry permits can be purchased at the entry stations on the Alpine Way and Kosciuszko Road or at the visitor centre in Jindabyne.