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Fresh snow and more on the way!
Sunday 9 July UPDATE: The snow has been falling persistently across the weekend with 11cms this weekend. Enjoy some fresh powdery stashes on the slopes today. Twilight skiing and snowplay is on again tonight keeping the village and Bourke Street buzzing until 8.30pm - so stay later and play longer!
7 July: Another 4cms of fresh dry snow dusted down at Mt Buller this morning, and snowmaking conditions were ideal overnight, to the delight of visitors enjoying the wintry school holidays this week enjoying a top up of snow across the resort! The fresh snow brought out the skiers for early morning turns and kept the road clearing teams busy.
More snow is falling and is expected to continue into the weekend, and early next week.
8 lifts are in operation at Mt Buller and the Koflers T-bar will be opening Saturday, for access to Koflers Restaurant - so if you’ve been hanging for some kransky goodness all season head that way tomorrow!
It’s a busy week in resort, with a tonne of activities on and off the snow:
TWILIGHT SESSIONS SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Twilight sessions kick off Saturday and Sunday with skiing on Bourke St and tobogganing in the Village Snowplay Park under lights until 8:30pm. Beginners can even grab a including Discover lessons under lights on Bourke Street! Live entertainment and fire pits will keep the village humming until late making for a perfect winter weekend and don’t miss the toasted marshmallows. Mmm…. Resort entry is reduced for twilight visitors arriving after 3pm, and car park shuttles will run until 9.30pm.
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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