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07 July 2020
What a ride it has been. The ski area got open back on the 24 June and skiers and boarders have been getting their legs back on Bourke Street ever since.
Buller Ski Lifts is progressively releasing more lift passes as conditions allow striking the balance between a safe an enjoyable experience for guests and respecting the COVID-19 government guidelines to keep everyone safe.
Skiing and snowboarding is available on limited runs – check the lift and run report daily for the latest.
Sightseeing is now available on the Northside Express chairlift >>> more here
Sorry – still no toboganning in resort but there are lots of fun things to experience including sled dog experiences, snowshoe walks, Gnome Roam adventures, movies in the cinema and photo opportunities all around this beautiful mountain.
Planning a visit?
Sign up for email updates to stay up to date with the changes as we adapt to the Stage 3 restrictions implemented in Victoria earlier this week. Mt Buller will be confirming operations on Friday 10 July for the plan after 12 July.
Things are very different in resort this winter as we adapt to the COVID-19 requirements so be ready for more space on the chairlifts, pre-booking everything ahead, maintaining social distancing and doing all the things we’ve become used to doing as we tackle this challenge together.
Get all the details on our COVID-19 response here
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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