The Bogong Rover Chalet is a place where the Rovers Scouts learn the skills of back-country skiing, ski-touring and learn the day-to-day operation of a ski chalet. Getting there requires an 11 km trek on skis...so they caution visitors that if you can't carry it in your pack, don't bring it:
The chalet has dormitory style rooms that can accommodate up to 35 people (they bring their own sleeping bags), it has showers, and the kitchen has a grouping of picnic tables for mealtime. The chalet uses solar, gas, wood and runs its own generator for power, but has no mobile phone reception in the chalet itself, and has no tv, etc...in fact, they discourage any electronics at all saying that "ipods are anti-social...so you'll need to make your own fun." And to help make your own fun, there's a guitar and a "didgeridoo" to play in the chalet (didgeridoo...?).
The Bogong Rover Chalet claims to have the only privately owned ski tow in Australia:
I admire the existence of this chalet because it is a symbol of what can be accomplished through the goal of service to others...a ski house that was built and still exists because of a dedication to skiing, adventure, serving the community! And the Bogong Rover Chalet still serves its original purpose...the education of young people in a fellowship of open-air and service.