Selwyn Snow Resort will re-open in June 2022 after it was destroyed in the Black Summer bushfires last year.
The resort was one of hundreds of properties damaged when the Dunns Road Fire tore through the Snowy Valleys during the 2019/2020 bushfire season.
By the time it re-opens next June, the resort will have missed two snow seasons as a result of the fire damage.
Final planning approvals remain before the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
Chairman of the resort's operator, the Blyton Group, Kevin James Blyton, said the re-opening will double as an unveiling of the expanded and integrated Selwyn Centre, which will house all guest facilities and services.
The facilities will also include an upgraded chairlift, two new snow carpets and an expanded toboggan park.
"We look forward to the community being able to experience the new and improved Selwyn in winter 2022," Mr Blyton said.
"We remain fully focused on the rebuild and are excited for the future of the resort."
Currently, the resort has begun work on restoring the electrical supply to the facility, with the expectation that it will be completed by early next year.
Blyton Group, the body that oversees the operation of the resort, has not disclosed the cost of the reconstruction or whether they have received any funding support.
But in March 2021, the company announced it had signed on for a 40 year lease agreement with the NSW government.
Mr Blyton said at the time, the deal represented a significant investment in the venture.
"I'm very pleased that the long-term future of Selwyn Snow Resort has been secured," Mr Blyton said.
"Selwyn Snow Resort has been the place for thousands of families to learn to ski or snowboard over the years and I'm very pleased that this will continue for generations to come."
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