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- Private room
- Mount Buller
This is one of 7 bedrooms available in cozy Corio Ski Club situated in the snow in Mt Bullers Alpine village. The other 6 bedrooms also listed. Although you get your own private bedroom, Corio offers shared kitchen, bathrooms, lounge, dining and drying room. A smaller lodge compared to others, guests say they love the small family friendly aspect. 1 x Single and 1 x Queen bed. For an extra $50 p/night we can do 1 x single trundle bed once you book. Early arrival & late leave can be arranged.
- Entire rental unit
- Mount Buller
Further Availability may open up midweek as season progresses Central Mt Buller Village, ski in/ski out. Moose 2 is a stunning, 3 bedroom completely renovated modern apartment located in the heart of Mt Buller village. Only 50 metres from the new 6 seater Bourke St. Express Chairlift. With genuine ski in/ski out facilitates and magnificent mountain and south side bluff views. Moose 2 is the perfect choice for your alpine experience.
- Private room
- Mount Buller
Mt Buller Bike Lodge. Blue Dirt offers affordable, bike friendly, lodge style accommodation in the heart of Mt Buller village. We have four lodge buildings all located in the central village, a short walk from everything. This room comprises two single beds with its own ensuite. The lodge is designed for social interaction with like-minded people, but also provides the ability to do your own thing. NOTE: Bring your own bedding, linen, towel, etc. Most people bring a sleeping bag.
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All about Mount Buller
Australia’s most accessible major snow resort, Mount Buller (5,922 feet) draws winter-sports enthusiasts in droves over the season (early June through early October). With 740 acres of terrain, the mountain offers gentle slopes alongside challenging back runs, not to mention dozens of activities such as night skiing, scenic chairlift rides, and festivals. The après culture is strong here. Choose from more than 30 bars and restaurants, or indulge in a relaxation package at the day spa. When the snow melts, the resort village is transformed into a hub for hiking, biking, and 4-wheel driving, with epic alpine trails that weave through fields of wildflowers and across fragrant valleys of native forest.
How do I get around Mount Buller?
The closest airport is Melbourne Tullamarine (MEL), Victoria’s primary international hub. It offers car rental options from both domestic and international terminals. From here, it’s a three-hour (150-mile) drive northeast to Mount Buller. If you choose this option during the ski season, it’s mandatory to take out a snow package, which allows you to drive above the snow line; also know that snow chains are mandatory for those traveling above the snow line in Australia. Once you reach Buller in ski season, leave your car in one of the dedicated car parks, and use shuttles (day visitors) or rideshare facilities (overnight visitors) to reach the resort. During off-season, entry to the resort is free, and you can drive all the way to the village. No fuel is available on the mountain, so fill up when you pass through Mansfield, the closest major town (30 miles).
You don’t need a car to get around here, so you might decide to catch a coach from the airport or Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station to get you to your accommodation. Most routes end in Mansfield, where you’ll have to take a bus to the resort village. If you’re feeling fancy, helicopter transfers are available, departing central Melbourne or Essendon Airport (MEB).
When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Mount Buller?
Peak season is July and August, when steady snowfall transforms the slopes into a winter wonderland. Ski season runs early June through October, but often too little snow falls at the beginning or end to provide coverage for all of the trails. Thankfully, snow-making facilities top up the powder. At this time of year, days are generally sunny, and the only time temperatures fall below 28 degrees Fahrenheit is at night from June through August. The rest of the year, the resort village becomes a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with daytime temperatures between 45 and 65 degrees, making the destination extremely comfortable for you to spend time amid nature, working up a sweat.
What are the top things to do in Mount Buller?
Skiing, snowboarding, and tobogganing opportunities abound on Buller’s snow-dusted slopes. Some 22 lifts zip you to more than 80 runs, as well as to three terrain parks (replete with half-pipes), an UltraCross course, and two toboggan parks. While about half of the terrain is dedicated to intermediate skiers, there’s plenty of powder for beginners and experts to explore.
Whatever the season, alpine hiking around Mt Buller (and neighboring Mt Stirling) doesn’t disappoint. Trails offer options for all experience and fitness levels; you can navigate these using maps from the tourist office, also a good source for information on guided tours of the countryside and local art installations you shouldn’t miss.
The Mt Buller Bike Park is paradise for those exploring the countryside on two wheels. More than 60 miles of cross-country trails beckon, including four downhill tracks with shuttle services to take you back up to the top.