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Mansfield Visitor Information Centre

03 5775 7000

Mansfield Visitor Information Centre can help you discover the best of Mansfield and Mount Buller.

There's something about heading for the High Country, excitement builds as the mountains come into view and you breathe in the fresh country air. Whether you are seeking adventure or relaxation, Mansfield and surrounds always has something on offer.

An easy two and a half hour drive from Melbourne via the Yarra Valley or the Hume to find the land where legends ride. Rugged mountains, rolling plains, rushing rivers and gentle lakes all make for an ever changing, ever lovely backdrop.

You may want to go bushwalking, ride a chair lift, go fishing, mountain biking, horse riding, four-wheel driving, skiing, have a romantic getaway or a family holiday, the High Country has it all.

Life is good here. Festivals fill the air with music and colour. There are local wines to taste, gourmet produce to enjoy and local beers brewed from pristine mountain waters.

Whether you come for a weekend, a week or forever, in the High Country you will leave the stresses and pressures of everyday life behind.

The Mansfield Visitor Information and Booking Centre is a Level one Accredited centre providing a free accommodation and activity booking service for the area. The centre stocks a large range of local produce, maps, postcards and posters and souvenirs.

Whether you wish to camp under the stars, indulge in five star accommodation or anything in between, the Mansfield Visitor Information and booking service is there to assist you with all you need to know to help you plan your stay and create an unforgettable and enjoyable experience.

So, give them a call and let one of the knowledgeable and friendly team make your visit to Mansfield and surrounds truly memorable.

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From the Mansfield roundabout travel 200 metres west along the Maroondah Highway. Look for the Old Railway Station on your left and the Yellow 'i' sign.

  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Kiosk
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
Tourism awards:
  • 2012 - Victorian Tourism Awards
  • Tourism Alliance Victoria
  • Visitor Information Centre