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Just three hours' drive from Melbourne, Mt Buller is close enough for a day’s escape yet far enough away for a holiday. Mt Buller has everything you need for the perfect winter snow experience.
With over 300 hectares of skiable terrain, there is something to appeal to all levels of ability. Our runs range from the wide beginner’s slopes of Bourke St and Burnt Hut Spur, to the challenge of our black runs like Chamois.
With 21 lifts, Mt Buller has the largest lift network in Victoria, including thirteen chairlifts (three of which are high speed detachables) three T-bars, two rope tows (counted as one) and four magic carpets. The resort features three Terrain Parks designed for all skill levels, with a dedicated snow grooming team to maintain their condition.
For plenty of snow play fun, Mt Buller has two toboggan parks, complete with their own snowmaking machines to keep the kids happy all winter long.
The Mt Buller Village is situated picturesquely at the heart of the mountain, offering ski in, ski out accommodation and a huge range of bars and restaurants. With a wide range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, there is something to cater for all needs. Over 30 bars and restaurants provide a range of delectable treats, from quick snacks to fine dining anda choice of nightlife options.
Mt Buller is also home to Breathtaker on High Alpine Spa Retreat, Australia’s highest day spa and a range of off-piste activities from cinema, to retail therapy and rock climbing.
Mt Buller prides itself on being environmentally friendly, with a wide range of environmental initiatives in place.
View Mt Buller during sunrise here.
Taungurung Clans - First people of the rivers and mountains
Mt Buller lies in the traditional territory of the Daung wurrung (also spelt Taungarung) language group, which spread across much of the central region of Victoria. Ethnographic sources suggest that this group was composed of nine clans, occupying the Broken, Delatite, Goulburn, Coliban and Campaspe watersheds. The lands around Mount Buller and Mount Stirling appear to have been occupied by the Yowung-illam balug clan of the Daung wurrung.
This clan was known to have occupied land near the Howqua River quarry (Youang-illum stone quarry), Mount Battery, Alexandra, the Upper Goulburn River at Mansfield, sources of the Goulburn River and Hunter and Watson’s ‘Wappan’ Run. The clan estates, including historical and archaeological sites, of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling are currently the responsibility of the Camp Jungai Aboriginal Co-operative Limited. However, there are also a number of people who claim to be traditional descendants of the Daung wurrung.
To find out more about the Cultural Heritage of the region you can visit the Taungurung Clans website.
The following documents provide interesting information on the life of Aboriginal people in the High Country.
Taungarung general info
Living in the High Country
The Mt Buller and Mt Stirling Alpine Resort Management Board (ARMB) acts in a council-like capacity within the resorts of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling, providing essential services to the local community and overseeing public assets and infrastructure.
The ARMB is committed to:
Find out more about Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management: Resort Management .
Buller Ski Lifts (BSL) is a private company that owns and operates Victoria's largest lifting network of 21 lifts, a thriving Ski & Snowboard School and childcare facility, the 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 a property development and maintenance business unit.
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.
To find out more about working for Buller Ski Lifts visit bullerjobs.com.au.
You'll feel on top of the world at Mt Buller and right at home in our picturesque mountain Village, where there's everything you could need during your stay and more. The Mt Buller Village is nestled into the mountain at 1600m above sea level, and is complete with everything you could possibly need for your snow holiday. Choose from over 30 bars, cafes and restaurants, 7000 on-mountain beds (the most of any Victorian resort), and a wide range of facilities and services including a day spa, cinema, alpine chapel, museum, a supermarket, post office, child care, physio and much more. Click on the tiles below to find out more:
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Mt Buller welcomes media visits all year round, and has a helpful and knowledgeable team on standby to assist you with your media requests.
There are plenty of ways to stay safe when you're on the slopes, to keep yourself safe and those around you. Follow the below tips to get the most out of your snow trip - safely.
Buller Ski Lifts is proud to support numerous charities across the course of the season. Find out more about which charities and individuals we are supporting and how to get in touch here.
Alpine areas, which are those above the natural treelineand are covered by snow for roughly four months of the year, account for 0.15% of Australia’s total land mass. Alpine environments are therefore geographically rare and should be treated as special and unique places. Read about our environmental policies below.
K2, Bollé, Channel Seven, Mercedes-Benz and Fox FM are Mt Buller's Resort partners.
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Our collection of sister resorts is just another reason to become a Mt Buller Season Member.
This gallery honours the rich array of people who contribute to our unique alpine community. It cannot include everyone but seeks to highlight a cross section of our population and acknowledge people who have made, or continue to make, a significant contribution to the life of Mt Buller. There are some faces in here you may know – or may meet when you spend time on the mountain.
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