Posted April 12, 2019 08:56:09You may be in a hurry and have no idea where to park, or what to do if you find yourself in a sticky situation.
Do you want to stay on top of your trip?
Are you worried about losing your spot on the mountain?
If so, we can help you.AAP It’s the last thing you want when it comes to avalanches, but there are still some things you should be aware of when it does come.
If you’re driving or biking around the big island, check out our tips for avoiding avalanches.
It is illegal to camp in the snow, so make sure you know where to get the right supplies.
If you need to camp overnight, head to the Big Island Visitor Centre or the Snowmobile Village for more info.
AAP The Big Island is an iconic destination on the Big Ocean, with its iconic peaks, iconic coastlines and majestic ocean.
Here are the best ways to navigate the Big Islands: If it’s snowing, don’t panic.
The Big Island has no permanent roads and the snowmobile park is closed until further notice.
The only way to get around the island is by foot or by canoe.
You can also walk or cycle around the islands, but don’t forget to pack a water bottle, as there are no roadside stores.
Get your bearings at the Big Indian Store, or visit the Big Oasis or Big Ozone.
Boat tours on the Great Oceanside Coast can be a great way to see some of the islands best sights and see the world through the eyes of an islander.
Be aware of road closures.
Roads around the Big islands are closed during the summer and winter, which means you’ll have to be more careful when driving.
There are some roads on the island that are not suitable for cars.
Keep your eyes peeled at the Visitor Information Centre for updates on road closures and closures at the coast.
You can book a holiday on the islands via your travel agent.
The Big Oceansides accommodation is also popular with backpackers and locals.
Check out the Big Australian Traveller Awards for best accommodation, as well as a selection of our favourite hotels on the mainland.