Mount Buller offers a completely different perspective on Australia. Elsewhere, lush rainforests sprawl out and pristine beaches offer summer fun. But in the winter, a Mount Buller tour will open your eyes to a different side of the country, where snow-capped mountains cast a magical silhouette against the skyline and skiing is the name of the game.
This beautiful white wonderland is tucked away on the ski fields and is peppered with quaint lodges, cosy restaurants and cafes, and a collection of luxury hotels to warm up in.
For ski and snowboard enthusiasts of all levels, there are more than 300 hectares of runs, as well as a whopping 25 different lifts so you can explore all crevices of the mountain. But it is not just a playground for skiers and snowboards. In fact, there is plenty to do away from the runs, including tobogganing, exploring the village, and soaking up the amazing views that can be found in every direction.
This snow-focused tour starts by taking you through the picturesque scenery of the Yarra Valley before heading into the high country where the landscape begins to turn white. On
When we arrive, you’ll have plenty of free time to discover everything there is on offer, whether you want to hit the slopes for hours or wander around the shops and sip a hot drink in one of the numerous cafes.
Victorian High Country
Along the way you can marvel at the stunning views in Victorian High Country, where snow-peaked mountains aid post-card perfect sights.
Explore the Alpine Region
You’ll have at least six hours to explore Mount Buller’s village and its surrounding scenery.
Expert Advice on Snow Activities
This trip isn’t reserved for keen skiers and snowboarders. It caters for every level, whether you’re just starting out or are a pro. You’ll get expert advice regardless of your experiences, and will come away knowing more than you did when you arrived.
Hours of Snow Fun
Winter is a beautiful time in Australia, and this tour gives you the chance to enjoy the snow in one of the country’s most picturesque hotspots.