First Timers' Guide
Bars & Restaurants
08 August 2018
Updated 9 August: It's been DUMPING. 47cms+ of fresh and more landing. Plenty of deep goodness out there and big wide smiles. Spare a thought for the road clearers and lifties who are busy on shovels and diggers keeping everyone moving!
August is here with bells on and it is jam packed with events and entertainment, plus more snow in the forecast. The best time to visit is midweek if you can to dodge the weekend hustle and there are special lift ticket and accommodation offers including Thursday lift tickets for $90 if brought online in advance.
Coming up this weekend you can ride alongside some of Australia prominent female free-ride skiers with Chicks with Stix! Also across the weekend Mono-Loco will be here playing house, disco and funk to get those ski boots tapping, check out the locations and times here. All details are on the event calendar here.
Please note that the Slopestyle event originally scheduled for this Saturday 11 August has been postponed to SATURDAY 8 SEPTEMBER due to some frisky, snowy and windy conditions that aren't ideal for competition. More information on the event can be found here.
Don’t forget on Saturdays and Sundays you can ski, board or take a lesson on Bourke St run or go tobogganing in the Village Snowplay Park until 8.30pm, all under lights during Twilight Sessions, with return bus services to our day car parks until 9:00pm.
And remember our top tips for a smooth resort entry experience on weekends:
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.
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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.
Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management provides a range of services, permits and licenses to both resorts.
Buller Ski Lifts is proud to support numerous charities. Find out more about our focus on access to snowsports and at risk young people.
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.
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