Mt Buller is Australia’s most accessible major alpine resort with a scenic alpine village nestled high in the snowline sitting at 1600m. Mt Buller offers the most on-mountain alpine accommodation in Victoria with approx. 8,000 beds and a convenient pedestrian village with free shuttle buses and a bustling town centre.
The ski area offers 340 hectares to explore and a generous mix of beginner (15%), intermediate (40%) and expert (45%) runs as well as some spicy double-black zones when conditions allow. A vast snowmaking network of 291 guns provides the reassurance of cover on 78kms of runs. Four all-weather Snow Factories operate to boost cover and ensure toboggan park fun all season. The lift network of 19 lifts and carpets in teaching areas move guests seamlessly between sunny northside slopes and steep southern terrain. A scenic sightseeing chairlift enables non-skiers to take in the views and access the ski area at the Spurs Cafe.
Mt Buller is affectionately known as the ‘Home of Aussie Après’ with a lively food and bar scene from day to night to the early hours. It’s where legendary events including the Victorian Interschools Championships, the ABOM Mogul Challenge and Pond Skim take place each season.
The proud home of the Australian Winter Olympic Freestyle team, Mt Buller is where gold medallist Jakara Anthony started her Olympic journey, has supported legends including Jacqui Cooper and Alisa Camplin and is the training facility for today’s Flying Kangaroos.
Mt Buller is on Taungurung Country and supports a fragile population of endangered Mountain Pygmy-possums. In green season the resort is a cool escape for mountain bikers, stargazers, walkers, picnickers and migrating Bogong Moths. The summit is 1805m.Visit Website
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