Mt Buller


Bourke St Mt Buller Live Cam at Mt Buller Ski Run, Victoria, Australia.Ā 

Mt. Buller, located in the heart of Victoria's High Country, is a top destination for snow sports enthusiasts. With diverse terrain, reliable snow cover, and a range of amenities, it's a popular choice for both day trips and longer stays.

The Slopes


Mt. Buller boasts 300 hectares of skiable terrain, catering to all levels. Beginners can find gentle slopes and dedicated learning areas, while intermediates and advanced skiers can tackle steeper runs and challenging mogul fields.


22 lifts, including high-speed quads and a gondola, efficiently transport skiers across the mountain.

Popular Runs

Bourke Street

A long, wide green run perfect for beginners.


A classic blue run for intermediates.

Baldy Face

A challenging black run for experienced skiers.


Lift Tickets

Prices vary depending on the season and duration of your pass. Expect to pay around $140-$160 for a full day adult lift ticket. Multi-day and family passes are also available.

Equipment Rental

You can rent skis, snowboards, boots, and other gear at the resort. Prices vary, but a basic package (skis, boots, poles) might cost around $70-$90 per day.


If you're new to snow sports or want to improve your skills, consider taking a lesson. Group and private lessons are available.

Getting There

From Melbourne to Mt. Buller is approximately 208 kilometres (129 miles) from Melbourne, a 3 hour drive northeast via the Hume Freeway.

Public Transport

While no direct public transport options exist, several private bus companies offer services from Melbourne to Mt. Buller. These usually include transportation and lift tickets.


If you're driving, note that during the snow season, you'll need snow chains and a valid resort entry pass. Chains can be hired at various locations along the way.


Mt. Buller Village offers a range of accommodation, from budget friendly lodges to luxury hotels. It's advisable to book well in advance, especially during peak season.

Additional Tips

Check the Conditions

Before heading up, check the Mt. Buller website for the latest snow report, lift status, and weather forecast.

Dress Warmly

Wear layers of clothing to adjust to changing conditions. Waterproof outer layers are essential.

Arrive Early

To maximize your time on the slopes, aim to arrive early, especially on weekends and holidays.

Stay Hydrated

Altitude can dehydrate you faster, so drink plenty of water.

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