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Mount Buller is one of Australia’s leading ski resort towns, set in the pristine Victorian Alps. Whether you visit Mount Buller in the summer or in the winter, you will have a wide range of activities at your disposal.
In the colder months, skiers, snowboarders and tobogganers take over the slopes. When things have warmed up a bit, hikers and mountain bikers hit the network of trails surrounding the alpine village. In town, travellers have access to all modern amenities, including the possibility of hire all equipment required for their stay.
Holiday rentals in Mount Buller cater to all budgets and crowds. There are luxurious apartments, traditional ski chalets and large family homes, among other offerings.
Mount Buller features some of the most elevated peaks in Australia, and boasts the largest ski resort in Victoria. Travellers will be able to choose from over 80 km of ski and snowboarding slopes, with trails for skiers of all skill levels. Ski schools are also happy to introduce total novices to the sport. As you are carried up to the summits on one of the 22 chairlifts, don’t forget to look out at the mountain scenery.
In addition to skiing and snowboarding, visitors can do some tobogganing. There are designated areas for families and children to play in the snow, with the option of renting sleds on site. Another family-friendly activity is to go on a Husky sled tour. The bravest travellers can go ice climbing with a qualified instructor. Once you reach the summit, you will be privy to views of Mount Buller that most visitors don’t see.
Mount Buller and the neighbouring Mount Sterling are laced with walking and hiking tracks. There are paths of all intensities, from family-friendly trails to those providing a good workout. Mount Buller’s trails are well documented by means of a free app, Mt Buller Walks. You can also sign up for a guided walking tour to gain extra insight into the history behind the resort town.
If you head over to Mount Sterling, you can undertake the short, 4.4 km Wombat Drop Loop or the longer, 12.3 km Summit Loop, both departing from King Saddle Shelter. These trails take you through untouched forest scenery. Along the way, information panels provide insight as to the plant and animal species that make this area their home.
Mount Buller is becoming an increasingly popular destination for cyclists and mountain bikers, with many new trails making up the landscape in the last few seasons. Each year, Mount Buller hosts several competitions, such as the Victorian Downhill State Series and the MTBA National Series.
Close to Mount Buller, there is also the option of doing some road cycling. A heart-pumping track runs from Mirimbah to Mount Buller Village, covering a total of 15 km. If you’d like to try out the alpine trails or do some road cycling, you can rent equipment at one of the shops in town.
Mount Buller is primarily a resort town, reminiscent of a village in the Swiss Alps. There are over 30 bars and restaurants, in addition to many shopping venues. Enjoy a movie night at the local cinema or wander around the Village Square Plaza, where you’ll have free wifi.
To delve deeper into Mount Buller’s history and heritage, spend some time at the National Alpine Museum, open to the public on Saturday. Find out how a cattle ranch became a highly sought after holiday destination. See a variety of vintage sleds and skis and get to know the people who shaped Mount Buller.
Mount Buller is located 240 km from Melbourne, or a 3 hour drive away. During the winter, a number of private coach services link the state capital and the snowy village.