Mt Buller offers up the biggest lifting capacity of any Victorian alpine resort with the capacity to transport 40,000 skiers per hour. A famous spot for international tourists, Mt Buller is the base of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia.
Mt Buller is located about 250 kilometers northeast of Melbourne. Mt Buller is approximately 772 kilometers from Sydney (10 hours drive), 900 kilometers from Adelaide (also a ten hours drive) and a five hour drive or flight from Brisbane.
Mt Buller makes use of an up-to-date snow-making technology which has the capacity to cover 70 hectares of snow and 10.5 kilometers of resort trails. Slopes found at Mt Buller varies from easy and groomed to difficult and steep. Mt Buller has a 263 hectares of ski area, not to mention the well-planned and well-kept Terrain Park, and a dedicated rail park. The longest ski run at Mt Buller is 2.5 kilometers with a snowfall of 1.5 meters averagely.