Cedarwood is located right in the top of the village with excellent access form the home trails in winter and it is right on the street with plenty of parking in the summer.
The streets are covered in snow in summer so access around the village is on skis or boards, on foot (in appropriate footwear), or in an Accommodation Transfer Service (ATS) tracked vehicle or Village Suttle. Cars cannot drive to Cedarwood in winter and need to be parked in the overnight parking areas. A fee applies to overnight parking within the resort.
At the top end of Schuss Street we are only 200 metres from the Eagle chairlift and only 30 metres of this distance is along the roads traveled by the oversnow taxi's. This means that there is no need to worry about getting in the way of these machines and also less trafic means the snow lasts a little longer on the rest of the short trip downhill to the chair. The "Summit" chairlift is only a little further than the Eagle chairlift and is the one that operates at various times through the summer for mountain bike and walkers access to the top of the hills.
With many bars and restaurants close by to choose from it is easy to head out for a coffee or for dining or simply to pop down to the licenced supermarket for supplies.
With the "race line" or "aqueduct" directly behind us it is simple to follow it out to the "Nordic Bowl" if you wish to do some cross country skiing or in summer take a stroll out to the dam on this relatively flat trail.
We have natural bush surroundings on 3 of the 4 sides of the building and it is common to see wildlife scurrying around on the south side. After the snow has melted you can see that we are right next door to the "Cedarwood Bog" which is an example of the bogs that are native to this area and play a huge role in water quality and clarity all the way to the sea. The local landcare group have been doing rehabilitation works to this area and it is great to see efforts being made to return it to its original state.