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Mount Buller Snowfield Private Tour

350 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Tour operated by: Acacia Luxury Private Tours

Standing just over 1,800 metres high, much-loved Snowfield destination, Mount Buller encompasses 300 hectares with the longest run stretching to two and a half kilometres.

A scenic three-hour drive from Melbourne, Acacia will transport you to the mountain via a short stop-over in Mansfield, part of the Ned Kelly trail huddled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range. The sheer scale of Mount Buller’s wondrous winter playground ensures there’s something to accommodate every level of experience and adventurousness, from speedy skier to steady tobogganer.

There is an extensive network of chair lifts to get you where you need to be in the shortest time possible too. Affording magnificent views of the Alpine National Park, the colours captured on this great white canvas are truly magical. Slow down and soak them up during lunch at Buller’s hottest destination, the architecturally and gastronomically inspiring Black Cockatoo, showcasing craft beer and award-wining wines from the length and breadth of Victoria.

Acacia Luxury Private Tours offer exclusive private travel experiences in Melbourne and throughout regional Victoria.

Drawing upon extensive local knowledge and relationships with a vast network of providers, Acacia Luxury Private Tours have carefully fashioned unique itineraries designed to showcase the very best each region has to offer.

Through a process of consultation, Acacia Luxury Private Tours gain an understanding of the clients’ own personal tastes and interests and willingly tailor itineraries to meet your discerning needs. That is the beauty of bespoke private travel.

Acacia are all about unsurpassed service, safety and total commitment to making your visit to this beautiful state a memorable one.

It is the added touches, or magic moments that set Acacia apart.

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350 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

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