The facility, known as the Geoff Henke Olympic Winter Training Centre acknowledges the life-long contribution Geoffrey J Henke AO has made to Australian Winter Olympic sport.
The Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA), VIS aerial skiing and NSWIS mogul skiing programs both completed successful camps at the facility, giving the athletes an ideal preparation for the 2020-2021 international season.
"I think our facility is the best one in the world", said 2014 Olympic silver medalist and OWIA aerial skiing coach David Morris.
"We have taken the best parts from all the different facilities around in the world and put them together and made a super structure"
"Overseas we have to work around other groups with training times, currently it's just for the national team so we can train all day every day if we wanted to."
"The athletes are really happy that it's warm, new, fresh and clean and excited to jump in the water."
Two time Olympian and dual World Championship medalist Danielle Scott was also glowing of the new facility.
"First camp up here at at the new facility, it's just been unreal. It's been really successful as well, as I came back from a knee injury and got back up to my degree of difficulty on the triple jump in two months, so it's pretty awe-some, and now we are getting ready to transition to snow."
"It's exciting being on home soil, because I have been on the road for 10-15 years and all the travel is exhausting, so to have that home advantage now ahead of us is going to be unreal."
"It will be great to see the sport grow as well because I am excited for the younger athletes come up and see what it's all about, as I had no idea what aerial skiing was when I was young."
IMAGES: © Chris Hocking/OWIA
Top - Geoff Henke Olympic Winter Training Centre
Bottom: - Danielle Scott getting ready to drop in for another jump