Located in Alpine Central on level 1 (downstairs), NAMA – the National Alpine Museum of Australia is the only accredited National museum dedicated to conserving & preserving the history of the evolution of the Australian ski fields, telling the amazing stories of the characters that built our Alpine communities.

Host to an extensive collection of artefacts from all over Alpine Australia, NAMA showcases everything from wooden skis, fashion, publications, maps, photographs & films to historic lift equipment & memorabilia.  NAMA’s collection, displays & special exhibitions are constantly changing through the winter season.

Curious about Mt Buller’s unique history? Get to know the pioneers & innovators who helped it transform from an alpine cattleman's run into a leading Australian alpine community & resort that it is today.

Location: 1st floor of Alpine Central

Cost: Entry is free – we welcome donations!

WInter Hours: Daily 12:30pm – 5pm during the winter season. 

Exhibition: Green & Gold, Ice & Snow: Australia at the Winter Olympics and Paralympics

Film: One Man Alone – The story of Malcom Milne’s 1969 World Cup Win

Kids: Colouring In. 

Outside opening hours contact NAMA on 0418 976 338 or to arrange a group tour or event.


Mt Buller Book

Mt Buller - The Story of a Mountain is a gorgeous coffee table book that relives the history of Victoria's very own Mt Buller.

Written by Jim Darby and with over 700 photographs edited by Mark Ashkanasy, the Mt Buller Book is a fascinating insight into the ski lift companies, ski patrol, ski schools, clubs and mountain identities that have made Mt Buller the thriving destination that it is today.

Buy your copy at NAMA for $40. All proceeds from the sale of the book go directly to NAMA to help grow and manage the collection.