Join a friendly team of Siberian Huskies and their dedicated owners for a once in a lifetime adventure, making your Mt Buller holiday truly unforgettable. Tours include a meet and greet with the huskies, and photo session and a sled tour from 1 - 3 hours.
For a truly unique and memorable experience at Mt Buller, take a self-guided tour of the mystical gnome world of the mountain village and if you're lucky, catch a glimpse of resident Mt Buller gnomes. Learn about their favourite places to stay, some interesting facts about gnome way of life and even download the free Mt Buller Walks app and and enjoy an audio tour of the roam along with a copy of the Gnome Roam keepsake booklet (qhich you can collect at the Clock Tower).
The fun doesn’t have to stop when the sun goes down at Mt Buller. On Saturdays and Sundays for most of the season, you ca ski, board and even take a lesson on Bourke St ski run until 8:30pm under lights! On these nights, the village shuttle will run until 9pm.
Donning a pair of snowshoes is the perfect way to explore the winter wonderland that is Mt Buller. Suitable for all ages, snowshoeing is as easy as walking. Whether you want to trek to the summit to watch a glorious sunset or explore the Mt Buller backcountry playground with deep snow among the trees, you’ll discover a side of the mountain you haven't seen before. Snowshoes can be hired from one of the many on-mountain rental outlets - grab a pair and take yourself on a walk, or take a guided tour to really experience the mountain's hidden secrets.
Snowtubing is fabulous fun for the whole family and is a perfect activity if you don’t quite feel like taking to the slopes on a ski or board. Sit or lie in an over-sized inflated rubber tube and feel the adrenaline rush as you spin you way down the channels of the snowtubing park! Located near Spur’s Cafe, snowtubing is FREE with a valid sightseeing pass. Take the Horse Hill Chairlift from the Horse Hill Carpark or walk across from the top of Blue Bullet Chairlift and you’ll find the snowtubing lanes near the Spurs T-bar.
Families with kids of all ages love the exhilarating experience of tobogganing!
Mt Buller has two designated toboggan areas - one located in the day car park next to Celia's Kiosk and the other next to Alpine Central in the Village. *Please note that tobogganing is only permitted on the two designated areas. Toboggans are available for hire from most on-mountain rental outlets.
Twilight Sessions - extended Snowplay!
Weekends are longer at Mt Buller with our Twilight Sessions in July and August. On Saturdays and Sundays you can toboggan until 8:30pm in the Village Snowplay Park, underneath the lights!
Mt Buller has had a fascinating history, being transformed from a cattleman’s run into Australia’s premier alpine resort. Learn about the mountain's original characters and marvel at an eclectic collection of ski memorabilia at the National Alpine Museum. The Museum not only details Buller’s journey but the development of Australia’s entire alpine history, with hundreds of fascinating artifacts telling the story of evolution of the Victorian ski fields. The museum showcases wooden skis & sleds, leather boots, through to snowboards from the late 80s. It also features a variety of photographs, snowmobiles, clothing, badges, publications, maps and lift equipment. Museum displays are constantly changing with special exhibitions held during winter season.
The latest releases are screened every evening throughout the season in Mt Buller's 180 seat cinema - the highest movie cinema in Australia. Usually two movies a night are screened. The Mt Buller Cinema is a great place to cosy up and relax. There's a great little kiosk stocked with chocolates and snacks to get you through your movie and Cinema Club membership is available which allows you into any movie, any time, all season. The cinema is located within the Buller Community Centre - look out for the sign on street level right next to the post office and head down the stairs.
Cross-country skiing provides a great physical workout and is suitable for people of all ages and abilities. While Mt Buller is renowned for its downhill slopes, we also have 9km of cross-country trails that circle around the back of the Village.
The trails are easy to access and offer spectacular views of Mt Stirling and the Bluff. Cross-country skis are available for hire from on-mountain outlets including Buller Sports and George's Ski Hire.