Mount Buller is a town located in the Shire of Mansfield in the Alpine region of the Australian state of Victoria. The town is located approximately 208 kilometres east of Melbourne on the slopes of Mount Buller.
Mount Buller is in three-hour drive from Melbourne. It is the most accessible major snow resort in Australia and a premier ski destination for snow enthusiasts from across the nation and around the world. Comprising 300 hectares (740 acres), the Mount Buller Alpine Resort is a year-round facility with peak operation during winter months for alpine sports. In the summer months, the area is a popular location for alpine hiking.
Mount Buller's impressive lift network is the largest in Victoria, with 22 lifts capable of moving 40,000 people an hour. Skiers and snowboarders get access to over 300 hectares of terrain, with something to appeal to all levels of ability. Novice or pro, the resort's varied runs range from gentle slopes to challenging back runs, plus there are three terrain parks, an ultra-cross course and two toboggan parks.
Mount Buller is 3 hours’ drive from Melbourne international airport.
V/Line operates a coordinated coach service with Mansfield Mt Buller Buslines
Number of lifts: 22
Number of runs: 80+
Highest lifted altitude: 1780m
Skiable area: 300 ha
Snow making area: 78 ha
Beginner terrain: 20%
Intermediate terrain: 45%
Advanced terrain: 35%
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