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Snow comes to city

10 Jun 2014

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The lack of significant snowfall in Victoria so far this winter didn’t stop Mt Baw Baw launching its snow season in Southbank this month.

The event at Birrarung Marr on June 4 gave locals a sneak peak at what to expect during the snow season with snowboarding demos, husky rides and a sculpture show.

CEO of Mt Baw Baw, Stuart Ord, said his team was excited for the upcoming season.

“With a range of new activities, events and initiatives in store, there’s something for everyone at Mt Baw Baw, whether there is snow or not,” Mr Ord said.

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