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Overview

Mount Buller

Escape the hustle of city life and find adventure and relaxation just a few short hours from Melbourne at Mount Buller, Victoria's most accessible alpine resort.

From heart-stopping ski runs and toboggan fun in the winter to high-octane mountain biking and multi-day hikes in the warmer months, Mount Buller offers the best of every season. 

Snow days

With Mount Buller's proximity to Melbourne, it's perfect for both day-trippers and serious holidaymakers. And once you're on the slopes, make use of Victoria's most extensive lift network to get around and maximise your fun.

Explore Buller's 300 hectares of snowfields and the mountain's longest run at 2.5 kilometres, with an average snow cover of one to two metres. Hit the terrain parks to practise your flips, tricks and turns or try out the ultra cross course. There's plenty for the kids too, with snow play, tobogganing, twilight skiing and the magical Gnome Roam adventure.

Unwind after an action-packed day in the snow at Breathtaker on High, where you can choose from spa treatments, geisha tubs and steam rooms during winter.

Summer on the mountain

Relish clear skies and mild temperatures and take in soaring views from the 1,804-metre summit. Pack a picnic of local supplies and join in summer events and festivals. You can even stay on the mountain during summer.

Download the free Mt Buller Walks app and access a range of audio tours of Mt Buller's iconic walks. Learn about art on the Mt Buller Sculpture Park Walk, take the kids on the Gnome Roam, or enjoy an educational tour of the resort.

Walk, run and cycle

Explore every inch of Mount Buller and the surrounding region's stunning scenery. Take in panoramic views on Mt Buller's popular hiking trails, an inspiring way to get close to nature and stretch the legs at the same time. Alternatively, take things up a gear on a trip to Mt Stirling. Discover Craig's Hut and nearby Bindaree Falls along the marked 4WD tracks or join local horsemen on a tour through the mountains.

Ride from summit to summit and take in spectacular views on a mountain bike. With Mount Buller's wide range of tracks and trails you can cruise through gentle terrain or experience the thrill of a downhill trail. Take the 7 Peaks Challenge or try Copperhead, a new trail that mixes beginner downhill and cross-country riding.

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Things to do

Mount Buller

National parks & reserves

Alpine National Park

Lose yourself in spectacular mountain landscapes, wild rivers, impressive escarpments, snow gum forests and wide open grasslands known as high plains.

Mountain biking

Copperhead

Get the gang together, strap on your head gear and race down Copperhead, Australia's first flow down trail.

Outdoor activities

Skiing and snowboarding

Feel the excitement mount as you pack your skis and snowboards and make your way to the magnificent ski resorts of Victoria's High Country.

Skiing

Mt Buller Alpine Resort

Mt Buller is Australia’s most accessible snow resort and is an easy three-hour drive from Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport. With 22 lifts, Mt Buller...

Mountain biking

Australian Alpine Epic Trail

Test your mettle on the most epic mountain bike adventure in Australia, taking in spectacular High Country scenery and existing mountain bike trails.

Walking & hiking

Mount Buller to Mt Stirling Trail

Walk the scenic trail from Mt Buller to Mt Stirling taking in the glamour of a popular downhill resort and the quiet of a cross-country skiing Mecca.

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