SUMMER AT MT BULLER
Summer Events and Activities
During the Summer months there are a wide range of activities & events available for you to enjoy on Mt Buller.
October 6th ~ Offical End of 2019 Winter Snow Season
November 8th- 10th ~ Targa High Country 10th Anniversary
November 15th-18th ~ Great Southern Endurance Run
January 18th-19th ~ Victorian Downhill Series
January 25th- 27th ~ Australia Day Weekend Celebrations
Febuary 14th-16th ~ Oscars 100 Hut 2 Hut
Febuary 15th-16th ~ Mind Body Bike Women’s Festival
March 7th-8th ~ Bike Buller Festival
March 7th ~ Merrijig Rodeo
March 8th ~ Picnic in the Park
April 5th ~ Mt Buller Sky Run
April 10th-13th ~ Easter Weekend Celerbrations
April 11th ~ Mountain High Fun Run
Activity information has been left in your apartment. Further information may be obtained by calling any of the following numbers or visiting their websites in the links above.
Mt Buller & Mt Stirling Resort Management (Resort Maps & General Information) Ph: 5777 6077
Mt Buller has had a fascinating history, being transformed from a cattleman’s run into Australia’s premier alpine resort. Learn about the mountain’s original characters and marvel at an eclectic collection of ski memorabilia at the National Alpine Museum.
Mt Buller Community & Sports Centre & Mt Buller Cinema Ph: (03) 5777 6000
With a wide range of sports & activities available drop in and see what is on offer. Latest Release Movies
Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Badminton, Archery Gymnasium, Indoor Climbing, Abseiling
Buller Grocer (03) 5777 6133
Altitude Sports Mt Buller – Cross Country & Downhill Mountain Bike Rental Ph: (03) 5777 7560
Take your riding to new heights and Bike Buller – up, down or sideways.
See the world flash by as you tackle the thrills of the downhill course. Feel your muscles burn as you cycle to the top of the uphill road challenge. Experience the sense of freedom as you ride across rugged mountain peaks. Whether you’re interested in road cycling, downhill mountain biking or cross-country mountain biking, Mt Buller has the terrain to suit your capabilities and take your riding to the next level.
McCormacks Mountain Valley Trail Rides Ph:0428573708
True Blue Trails Ph: 0409 019 412
Experience the high country via horse back, although you are unable to rise these majestic steeds in the Mt Buller Village the above company’s can take you on shorter or longer rides around the surrounding mountains. Walking your way through the mountain ash and Gum Tree’s is an experience you will never forget.
Magnificent views combine with clean air and a cool summer climate to provide the perfect setting to enjoy a wide range of mountain activities. From relaxing sunset picnics on the Summit to thrilling cross country mountain biking adventures, Mt Buller offers a unique way to enjoy the alpine environment. AMS Mt Buller’s extinctive range of Apartments across the Mt Buller Village are sure to make your trip to Mt Buller this summer just that little bit better.
- Romantic Getaway ~ We have the perfect apartments
- Quick Bike Trip ~ We have fully Bike freindly apartments equipt with bike racks and pumps (BIKE BULLER Accredited)
- Family Trip ~ Our apartments will have your children begging to come back!
A number of animals live within the alpine environment here at Mt Buller. Occasionally these animals venture inside lodges for warmth and in search of food. The most common animals that are found inside lodges are Dusky Antechinus (Antechinus swainsonii) and Bush Rats (Rattus fuscipes). Both are native to the area and are extremely common animals in the sub-alpine areas of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling. Mountain Pygmy-possums (Burramys parvus) have also been found in lodges in the past, but due to their rarity they are not commonly found within apartments or lodges on Mt Buller during Summer.
It is against the law to kill native animals. Live trapping is preferred; AMS Mt Buller have live traps. Please contact us if you require assistance or The Mt Buller and Mt Stirling Alpine Resort Management Board can assist you on 03 5777 6077.
During the Summer months at Mt Buller we experience migration of Bogong Moths to the region. They are a valuable food source for birds & native animals. It is quite common for these moths to find their way through small gaps, vents, windows and doors. To prevent this, please leave doors and windows closed in the evenings and if possible close blinds/drapes whilst interior lights are on.