First Timers' Guide
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05 August 2021
All Alpine resort operations are changing to comply with the latest health restrictions announced this afternoon by the Premier, which are in place for seven days from 8pm on Thursday 5th August 2021.
The five reasons for leaving home apply to guests and workers within resorts:
Private gatherings are not permitted. Intimate partner visits/single bubble visits are permitted. Public gatherings are not permitted.
Face coverings (masks) must be carried at all times and must be worn indoors and outdoors except if at home, or when visiting an intimate partner’s place of residence or if an exemption applies.
No new bookings are permitted for the duration of the lockdown action. Guests already within resorts are permitted to shelter in place for the duration of the lockdown. Guests are able to return home during the lockdown period. If doing so, they must return straight home.
Lifting operations will cease.
Transport will be provided where it is essential to support authorised activities in the directions: e.g. supporting resort guests to leave the resort for the purpose of returning home. Tour transport will cease.
More information can be found at:
Seven Day Lockdown To Keep Victorians Safe | Premier of Victoria
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Victoria | Coronavirus Victoria
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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