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Enjoy a day on the slopes of one of Australia’s leading alpine winter playgrounds, Mt Buller. Only a 4-hour drive from Melbourne, Mt Buller is an ideal location to learn to ski, and with a lesson by professional instructors, you will be snowboarding or skiing down the mountain in no time! For the more advanced skier or snowboarder, take advantage of the unlimited lift pass and test your skills on the challenging black-diamond runs. Whether you are a snow boarder or skier, expert or novice, there is something for everyone.
Ski the beginner or intermediate slopes, or, for the more adventurous skier or snowboarder, test your skills on the mountain with the black-diamond runs! Mt Buller has three terrain parks designed for all skill levels. Whether you like to ride the rails, race on the rider cross course or pull some air off one of the huge summit jumps, you are guaranteed to have fun! See itinerary for more information on the parks.
Choose the beginner’s package for a 2-hour group lesson with an expert instructor before hitting the beginner slopes for three hours to try out your new skills. For the more advanced skier or snowboarder, take advantage of the unlimited lift ticket that is valid for the entire day! Enjoy access to more than 741 acres (300 hectares) of skiable terrain and carve down the mountain all day long at your leisure!
Mt Buller Ski Fields
- Day trip to Mt Buller ski resort
- 2-hour beginner snowboard/ski lesson (if option selected)
- Unlimited lift ticket (if option selected)
- Complimentary use of ski gloves
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- Ski or snowboard equipment
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum age is 6 years
- You may bring your own ski equipment on the coach; if you need to rent equipment, you will be given directions to the rental shop
A range of beginner freestyle facilities are located at Koflers T-bar near the top of the Wombat Chair. With a range of rails that are ideal for those who are just starting out.
Intermediate rail riders and jump masters should head to the Skyline Park where rails, jumps and features have been primed for intermediate skiers and boarders.
Experienced riders should head to the Summit Terrain Park to try out the range of challenging jumps and terrain park features.
Intermediate and experienced riders should head to the Terrain Garden located at the top of the Bull Run chair lift. This park contains a variety of features including the new Wooly-butt logs.
Riders of all abilities can race friends head to head at the Rider Cross Course. Located at the top of the Bull Run chair containing berms, rollers and jumps of various shapes and sizes.