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Mount Buller

A delightful 3 hour drive from Melbourne, Mt Buller is the number one destination for skiing and snowboarding in Victoria. Close enough for a day trip yet far enough to feel like you’re in a different world. 


Ski Runs
  • 80kms of snow runs

  • 213 snow guns

  • 13 chairlifts

  • 2 T-bars

  • 2 Rope tows

  • 3 Magic carpets

  • 3 Terrain Parks

  • 2 Toboggan Parks


  • 20% beginner

  • 45% intermediate

  • 35% advanced

Mt Buller caters for all abilities with over 300 hectares of skiable terrain. The main run is Bourke Street that you board from the chairlift at the top of the stairs in the village and lights up for Twilight Skiing. Beginners also enjoy hopping over to Burnt Hut Spur for wide easy terrain. Little Buller Spur, Wombat and Standard runs and popular for Intermediates and those who like a bit more of a challenge favour Summit with its epic views from the top.


Boasting the largest lift network in Victoria, Mt Buller has 20 lifts including thirteen chairlifts (three high-speed detachable), two T-bars, two rope tows, and three magic carpets for the beginners. With multiple Snow Factories making snow above 15 degrees Celsius as well as a comprehensive snow-making network, Mt Buller guarantees snow all season with the most generous ‘Snow Guarantee’ in Australia.


Mt Buller is proud to host some of the best instructors from across the globe and teach first-time skiers and snowboarders through to elite training programs for Australia’s future Olympians.


Mt Buller Terrain Parks cater for all skill levels.


Typically Skyline Park features 10 hits per lap. Kofler’s Park is more freestyle with rollers and small jumps, ride on boxes and small ollie on rails.


Summit Park is open occasionally and used for elite training, being the highest level park, set up as a slopestyle course with big fat jumps and rails for the more advanced riders.

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For those wanting a bit of Snow Play, there are two toboggan parks where you can build snowmen, have a snowball fight or race toboggans.


You can also make friends with husky sled dogs or try your hand at snow-shoeing.


There are plenty of off-snow activities too, including BullerAirzone trampolines, indoor rock climbing, indoor sports hall, cinema, day spa, alpine museum and a plethora of cafes, bars and restaurants all within walking distance in the village.


The main chairlift Bourke St Express is used to access majority of the runs and is located smack bang in the Village Square. Buses run from Melbourne (235km), Mansfield (34kms) and Mirimbah (mountain base, 28kms) to Horeshill car park (2km) or straight to the Village.

Most accommodation is walking distance from the Village bus depot but some are alongside the Bourke Street run so require an oversnow taxi to help you and your luggage get up the hill.

The highest point of Mt Buller Summit is 1804m above sea level and the Village elevation is 1600m above sea level. The mountain is configured around the village where accommodation houses, apartments, cafes, bars and restaurants are all situated. There are over 7000 beds on-mountain with ski-in ski-out capabilities when the snow gods are kind. There are also accommodation options in the buzzing town Mansfield (45min) and Merrijig (30min).

Mt Buller - AR110021 - Snow falling as skiers stroll through the Village ready for a great
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