Banool Lodge offers four large flats that can sleep up to eight guests in bunk style beds. Each flat contains a fully equipped kitchen, large dining table and comfy chairs. All flats are fully self-contained.
The small flat, like the large flats, has a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, comfy chairs and is fully self-contained. It can sleep up to four in a double bed and bunks.
Early on members realised that the Lodge needed a large space for relaxing and playing indoor games. The spacious recreation room was a major project that consumed many weekends of members' time and effort in the early years of the club.
The recreation room features a large screen TV, a pool table that converts to a table tennis table, a kitchenette, sofas, chairs and coffee tables. It provides a valuable extra space in the Lodge.
During your stay, the management of Banool Lodge will be in the hands of a Duty Officer, who will be appointed from time to time when the Lodge is occupied. You can check who is the current Duty Officer above the bed list on the Bed List page.
During the COVID crisis, the Duty Officer, in addition to the usual management duties, will be responsible for ensuring all members, guests and visitors are checked in on the Service Victoria QR Code app and that all members, guests and visitors comply with the Banool Ski Club COVID-19 Safe Operating Plan 2021 (CSOP).
Within the Lodge you must comply with directives of the Duty Officer at all times.
The Booking Officer is responsible for all matters to do with bookings. When a booking request is made on the online booking site, the Booking Officer receives that request and assesses whether the booking can be approved based on the availability of sleeping areas (see special notice on the Bookings page) and the appointment of a Duty Manager for the period in question. During the COVID-Safe period bookings will be restricted to one group per apartment.