Australia Thredbo resort in 2019, during the peak of the snow season. (ABC South East: Adriane Reardon)

The major ski resorts in the Australian Alps are continuing to plan for the 2020 snow season despite the uncertainty around coronavirus.

Thredbo, Perisher and Charlotte Pass ski resorts have all said they were closely monitoring the progress of COVID-19, but that they were also progressing plans to operate from the long weekend in June onward.

The CEO of peak body Australian Ski Areas Association, Colin Hackworth, said while ski resorts were in the hands of health authorities and governments, he was confident they would have an opening of some sort.

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