Mount Buller is a town located in the Shire of Mansfield in the Alpine region of the Australian state of Victoria. The town is located approximately 208 kilometres (129 mi) east of Melbourne on the slopes of Mount Buller. Mount Buller is primarily a resort town. It is popular with snowsports enthusiasts in winter due to its close proximity to Melbourne. At the 2016 census, Mount Buller had a population of 243.
The Mount Buller Alpine Resort is an unincorporated area of Victoria; the larger surrounding locality of Mount Buller is part of the Shire of Mansfield.
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Free Intra-Village Shuttles
Free Intra-Village shuttle buses operate daily to get you everywhere you need to go with your skis or board.
Three bus routes are available and take in all corners of the Village:
Ski School loop: The red bus route takes you from the Village Square, up past Breathtaker All Suite Hotel and Pension Grimus, to the ABOM Express Chairlift. This is the bus you need to catch to access Ski & Snowboard School.
Summit Road loop: The blue bus route starts in the Village Square and then travels past Alpine Central, Mt Buller Chalet, ABOM Hotel and then finishes at the Arlberg Hotel - the highest point on the mountain that you can drive to in a vehicle. This is the bus you catch if you need to go to the Medical Centre or Ski Patrol.
Stirling Road loop: The yellow bus route will take you around the residential area of the Village, including accommodation properties like the Duck Inn, Sugarbush, Enzian, Ajax and Ski Lib. It will also take you past the Chamois Chairlift and the site of the World Cup Aerials.
Free Car Park Shuttle
A free shuttle bus for day visitors operates daily between 8am and 6pm to ferry day visitors from the car parks to the Village and vice versa. Free shuttle buses are only accessible by passengers that do not have luggage (a set of skis or a snowboard is accepted).
Valet Taxi Services
Valet Taxis are available for transport between the car parks and the Mt Buller Village, which overnight visitors are required to take to transport themselves and their luggage to and from their accommodation. Tickets can be purchased from resort entry point, online or from the driver.