Get back to nature and revel in the outdoor life on Mount Buffalo, an all-adventure playground boasting unique rock formations, sheer cliffs and unforgettable alpine scenery on the lands of the Taungurung People. Take your pick from a broad range of mountainside fun, from fly fishing, cycling and hiking to hang gliding, abseiling and rock climbing.
Pitch a tent by the banks of Lake Catani in summer and enjoy cool mountain air, canoeing or a spot of fly-fishing, if you're so inclined. With the new seasons come new possibilities. Watch snow cascade into waterfalls in spring, set out on bushwalks on crisp autumn mornings, and bring the family for snowplay on the plateau in winter.
Join families and adventurers out on the slopes, which are a hive of activity during the winter months. Sign up for lessons at the ski school and scoot downhill on toboggans. Explore 10 kilometres of marked cross-country trails on skis or snow-shoes and camp out on the mountain with a cup of billy tea.
Keep the challenges coming with a rock climbing or abseiling adventure on the towering cliffs and imposing granite tors. Looking for even bigger thrills? Embark upon the ride of your life in a powered hang glider or a microlight over the mountain.
Take the road cycle challenge to the top of Mount Buffalo, one of the oldest national parks in Australia. Make your way to the top and be rewarded with panoramic views of the Victorian Alps.
While your heart rate rests, explore your surrounds. Join the rangers for free summer activities and learn the secrets of the mountain's formation.
View breathtaking landscapes from 'Bents Lookout', 'The Horn' or from Mount Buffalo Chalet, built in 1910 on a 1,400-metre cliff face.