Mt Buller is Victoria’s most accessible alpine resort, offering adventure, excitement and relaxation just a few short hours from Melbourne.
Wintertime brings spectacular views and amazing ski runs while the summer’s clear skies, mild temperatures and fun-filled events will have you returning to the mountain in the off-season.
A premier ski destination for snow enthusiasts, Mt Buller boasts Victoria’s largest lift network, offering skiers and snowboarders access to over 300 hectares of terrain covered by 22 lifts. Courses range from beginner slopes to challenging black runs, plus three terrain parks and an ultra-cross course. And come break time, you can try tobogganing and snowshoeing, or slow it down with a movie or visit to a day spa.
Explore every inch of Mount Buller’s stunning scenery via the excellent hiking paths, mountain biking trails, four wheel-drive tracks and horse riding tours.
Ride from summit to summit and take in spectacular views on a mountain bike. Cruise through gentle terrain or experience the thrill of a downhill run. Bring your road bike and take the 7 Peaks Challenge or try Copperhead, a new mountain bike trail that mixes beginner downhill and cross-country.
Download the free Mt Buller Walks app and access a range of audio tours of Mt Buller’s iconic walks. Hike to historic Craig’s Hut, Bindaree Falls and Sheepyard Flat, or just admire the sweeping views from the 1,804-metre summit.
A great range of events are held throughout the snow season at Mt Buller, including ski and snowboard competitions, food and wine festivals, film festivals and much more. Highlights include whiteOUT!, July’s gay and lesbian snow event, while mountain biking is celebrated in the Bike Buller MTB Festival in March.
Mt Buller is around 230 kilometres from Melbourne, or three hours and 20 minutes by car along the Melba and Goulburn Valley highways.
Mount Buller is an Urban Location area within the local government area of Undefined in Victoria, it is located approximately 151kms from the capital Melbourne and extends over an area of 990.209 square kilometres. Mount Buller has a recorded population of 243 residents and is within the Australian Eastern Daylight Time zone Australia/Melbourne.
If you are planning a visit to Mount Buller we’ve put together some of the things you can see or do while you are here. These include, places to stay, tours and attractions, some upcoming events and places where you can grab a meal. Go ahead, try one of the buttons above. Every destination has something worth seeing so start exploring… If you know Mount Buller and think we’ve missed something, let us know and we’ll share it here.