ABOUT BULLER SKI LIFTS
Buller Ski Lifts (BSL) is the largest single operator at Mt Buller and was formed in 1993. Buller Ski Lifts is a private company that owns and operates Victoria's largest lifting network of 22 lifts, a thriving Ski & Snowboard School and childcare facility, the luxury Mt Buller Chalet Hotel & Suites and ABOM Hotel among a collection of other on-mountain hospitality venues at Mt Buller. In addition BSL has several Buller Sports and Altitude retail and rental stores at Mt Buller, Mansfield and in Melbourne and a property development and maintenance business unit.
The diverse and extensive operations under the BSL umbrella all share a strong connection to the alpine community of Mt Buller and the team we employ is passionate about the mountains, the snow industry and the alpine lifestyle. Buller Ski Lifts is committed to delivering great mountain experiences, sharing our enthusiasm for snow sports and our unique alpine location with others and protecting the natural assets at Mt Buller to achieve sustainable prosperity.
Buller Ski Lifts employs 800 staff including a large seasonal workforce each winter from across Australia and around the world. We are the first Australian ski company to achieve the ISO 14001 standard for Environmental Management and are committed to the sustainable development of Mt Buller as the premier alpine resort in Australia.
All day, every day, the best possible mountain experience
We use this expression to describe the commitment of our company to Mt Buller. We believe this simple statement demonstrates our core values and best describes what we are striving to achieve for our owners, staff and most importantly for our guests.
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