The Northstar resort in south-west Victoria has become known for its annual ski run.
In February, the resort celebrated its 100th anniversary with a spectacular run through the park.
But the resort’s current incarnation, which opened in 1997, has its roots in an early 20th century era when the resort was home to a thriving nudist resort.
The nudist strip at the Northstar has a number of history stories to tell.
The Northstars first nudist resorts were set up in Australia in the 1930s, and in 1946 a nudist colony was established in Victoria.
It was the first nudism colony in Australia.
The colony was later expanded to include a number more locations.
The first Australian nudist colonies were established in the 1920s, with the first colony in Victoria in 1931.
The first Northstar lodge was built in 1947.
The park was opened in 1952.
The site has since changed hands several times, including through various ownership.
In 2013, Northstar reopened its doors, with a new owners.
“The Northstar was established as an Australian nudism resort in 1947 by a group of Australian men, inspired by the nudist culture of Australia and the United Kingdom,” Northstar Resort Australia said in a statement.
“[The] site of the original Northstar Lodge and Park was a nudism retreat, which was the perfect place to create the first NorthStar Lodge and Campground, which today features two campsites and two bathrooms.”
The Northstars original site, which is now known as the Northstars, has been closed to the public since January 2017.
Northstar has been criticised for a number health and safety issues, including its lack of signage, and for allowing children to play on the resort grounds.
This year, the site underwent a renovation, including new building and infrastructure.
The resort will be reopening for the first time on Sunday, July 20.