Falls Creek is the best place to spend the Australian winter. The Falls Creek village offers an array of accommodation and dining options. Here are all the Falls Creek vegan options I have found on offer for the 2021 season.
I acknowledge the Jaitmatang people, Traditional Custodians of the land of Falls Creek and pay respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The Chophouse has some of the best dishes on the mountain this year. I have not stopped talking about their smoked carrots since I first ordered them. Who knew the humble carrot could be the star of the show?! The house-made seitan Creole pulled ‘Chicken’ is full of flavour and the succotash is wholesome and filling. Check out the full menu here.
Bob Sugar has a great range of vegan options this season. Bringing their Asian fusion style from Torquay to Falls Creek, vegan offerings include a massaman curry, spiced roasted vegetables, bao buns & a kimchi spicy noodle soup. See the full menu here.
Sometimes all you need is a dirty cheeseburger. Stingray is part of the QT Hotel, found in Slalom Plaza. The perfect place for a beer & burger, this year they have a vegan burger on the menu with a meatless beef patty, vegan cheese, pickles, secret burger sauce, onion & fries.
The Man is your best bet for a classic pub meal. The chippies here are the best on the mountain! Other vegan options available are the vegetarian & pumpkin pizza without cheese & the vegetarian pasta & the chicken salad without the chicken.
Feathertop Lodge has 10 vegan options on our existing menu and our wonderful chef is able to customize.
Milch offers a great variety of vegan dishes. On the menu in 2021: vegan brekkie burrito, avo smash, jackfruit tacos, falafel tacos, Mexicana burger, hand-made gnocchi, vegan curry, tom yum soup, edamame & spring rolls.
Our menu includes hearty and healthy options with a Spanish influence and many vegetarian and vegan options. Kids are well catered for too! Try the pumpkin & purple sweet potato curry with rice or View the menu here.
Huski has a Thai inspired menu with some great vegan options including pad thai, fried rice, mushroom bao & even a dessert option: coconut sago!
Astra can do a vegan tasting menu adjusted by the chef on the spot.
The Frying Pan vegan picks include an ancient grain salad, a pumpkin burger & the cauliflower salad.
Nothing beats a donut after snowboarding! Snonuts in Slalom Plaza has vegan jam donuts as well as vegan milkshakes with almond, soy or rice milk.
Blue Brumby is found at the bottom of Towers chair. Pop in for a morning coffee or vegan milkshake with almond, oat or soy milk.
Attunga has a grilled vegetable stack on the menu this year.
Falls Creek Hotel
For a wholesome lunch, you can’t go past the Buddha bowl from the Falls Creek Hotel. This bowl is packed with hummus, roasted beetroot, pumpkin, quinoa pilaf, avocado, toasted seeds, pomegranate, molasses & kale chips.
The Last Hoot is a popular place for burgers & pizza. The pizzas can be made vegan with the exclusion of cheese and the sweet potato burger is vegan without the fetta and aioli.
Cloud 9 delivers an exceptional ‘on snow’ food and beverage offering in a beautifully refurbished venue at the zenith of Halleys Comet chairlift. During the snow season, visitors can ski in for coffee, or send a few emails from the mezzanine floor. Vegan options on the menu are the “Buddha inspired” roasted winter vegetables & the “Farmer Bill” pumpkin soup.
Foodies is the supermarket at Falls Creek and they have really stepped up their vegan offerings this year. You will find tofu, coconut yoghurt, plant-based milks, vegan cheese and much more.
If you are staying in Mt Beauty or passing through there are some vegan treats to be found at Seasons Mt Beauty, Treats at Bogong Ski Centre & Nourish Wholefoods.
Thanks for reading! If you find any other options around the mountain drop me a message and I’ll update the post.