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Carter's Mill Picnic and Camping Area

Carter's Mill Picnic and Camping Area

Carter's Mill Picnic and Camping Area is less than 30 minutes from Mansfield on the way to Mount Buller. The picturesque reserve is on the banks of the Delatite River and is perfect for picnicing and enjoying the outdoors. It is also the start of the Plain Creek Loop walking track and camping facilities are located in the adjacent camping area. Activities including fly fishing, bushwalking, picnicking, horseriding and trailbike riding are all popular in this area of State Forest. Popular walks include Plain Creek Loop Walk, Tramway Bridge Walk, Plain Creek Waterfall and Tomahawk Hut. Carter and Co. built…
Buttercup Creek Camping Area

Buttercup Creek Camping Area

The tumbling water in Buttercup Creek provides a peaceful background sound within these small, shady sites. It offers good access for bushwalking, horse riding, mountain bike riding and four wheel driving. Two wheel drive access is via Carter’s Road off the Mt Buller Road. Four wheel drives can use Buttercup Road to access the campsites, involving two creek crossings.
Howqua Hills Historic Area

Howqua Hills Historic Area

This old gold mining area on the Howqua River is set in a beautiful, secluded valley, once busy with gold miners but now popular for picnics, horse riding, bushwalking and four-wheel driving. Camping along the Howqua River is one of the best ways to enjoy this historic area and offers a great base for bushwalking, fishing and other activities. Aboriginal Traditional Owners Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Taungurung identify the Howqua Hills Historic Area as their Traditional Country. Before you go Conditions can change in…
Mirimbah Park

Mirimbah Park

Unfurl a picnic rug on the grass under the shady trees and escape the summer heat at Mirimbah Park. An idyllic riverside setting, the park is bordered by the shallow flowing waters of Delatite River. The kids (big and little) will love splashing amongst the rock pools in the river. A playground, barbecues, seating and toilets are also available on site, along with plenty of space to spread out. For mountain-bikers, Mirimbah Park is also the endpoint to the exhilarating Delatite River Trail. Access to the park is free in summer, however alpine resorts gate entry fees apply during the…
Fry's Hut

Fry's Hut

Master Bushman, Fred Fry, built his home in the late 1930s. Using split timber and his own personal style of workmanship he erected many huts in the region including Jamieson Hut, Ritchie's Hut, Gardiner's Hut and Noonan's. Fred lived a solitary existence for many years in the Howqua Hills area, prospecting and packing supplies for government agencies and fishermen. His life in the Howqua Valley was the basis of Neville Shute’s 1950 novel ‘The Far Country’. Overnight camping is not permitted in Fry’s Hut. Take the 1.5 hour return Howqua Hills Historic Walk from Sheepyard Flat to Fry's Flat all…
Ritchie's Hut

Ritchie's Hut

Nestled amongst the mountains and on the banks of the Howqua River, you will find Ritchie’s Hut. Originally built by local craftsman Fred Fry, the hut was a genuine Heritage slab construction, built as a fishing hut for the Ritchie family of Mansfield. The construction of the new hut, located on the same site as the old one, utilised recycled materials and original building techniques wherever possible. Ritchie's Hut is a six kilometre trek from the eight Mile Flat camping area off Brocks Road, which is accessed from Sheepyard Flat via the Howqua Track from Merrijig. Please note access by…
Pickering's Hut and Camping Area

Pickering's Hut and Camping Area

Pickering's Hut is situated on the banks of the Howqua River nestled amongst mountains such as Mount Timbertop, Red Hill, Little Buller and Mount Buller. The log cabin was built in the late 1950's by Norm Pickering, who did not use any nails, just a system of grooves to slot the materials into place. Note: Pickering's Hut is privately owned, though there is camping available nearby in the Pickering's Flat campground.
Mt Buller Sculpture Park Walk

Mt Buller Sculpture Park Walk

Over the years Mt Buller has acquired numerous sculptures through a range of avenues, including pieces owned by the Grollo Family, donations from benefactors, acquisitions through the former Mt Buller Easter Art Show, as well as the Resort’s latest artistic event, the Mt Buller Sculpture Award, which will see new pieces acquired every two years. A diverse collection of sculptural pieces are dotted throughout the Mt Buller Village, and are on display year-round, providing an opportunity to view these sculptures in vastly different alpine conditions depending on the seasons. Drop into level six of Alpine Central to collect your copy…
Gnome House and Gnome Roam

Gnome House and Gnome Roam

While travelling along the Mt Buller road look out for the ‘Gnomes Crossing’ sign just before you reach the famous Mt Buller Gnome House, where some of the local gnomes like to hang out. Leave a letter for the gnomes in their letterbox and you never know, you might just get a letter back. The Gnome House complements the popular Mt Buller Gnome Roam, a self-guided tour of the Mt Buller gnomes’ life on Mt Buller. Pickup a brochure from the Information Centre and take a walk with Mt Buller’s mystical little folk. The Gnome Roam takes visitors on a…
Buller Air Zone

Buller Air Zone

This awesome trampoline, airbag challenge and climbing facility welcomes everyone from kids to adults, elite athletes and the general public alike. Anyone who loves to launch themselves into the air can work on their skills, workout or just enjoy playtime in the ultimate alpine freestyle playground. Buller Air Zone provides yet another great year round attraction for families and a valuable training facility for elite skiers and our Olympic athletes. Located on Level two, Alpine Central.
Mt Buller Alpine Resort

Mt Buller Alpine Resort

Mt Buller is Australia’s most accessible snow resort and is an easy three-hour drive from Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport. With 22 lifts, Mt Buller has the largest lift network in Victoria. The resort features a world-class Ski and snowboard School, three terrain parks designed for all skill levels, two toboggan parks and a beautiful alpine village that is situated picturesquely at the heart of the mountain. There is a world of activities for everyone to try at Mt Buller. Experience everything from skiing and snowboarding, fine dining, snowshoeing to spa treatments and so much more. A popular destination for international visitors,…
7 Peaks Ride - Mt Buller

7 Peaks Ride - Mt Buller

Victoria’s 7 Peaks Ride is an at-your-own pace cycling challenge which runs from late October to April. Taking you up winding mountain roads, around steep turns and past spectacular views right to the top of seven Victorian Alpine Resorts. Mirimbah to Mt Buller is a 15.3 kilometre ride with a challenging 921 vertical metres of climb which tests you right from the start. This ride is a test of strength and endurance that only gets tougher in the final few kilometres in the Village, but the scenery is spectacular, so take a moment to take in the views of neighbouring…
Mt Stirling Alpine Resort

Mt Stirling Alpine Resort

Mt Stirling Alpine Resort is the only Victorian alpine resort with a largely undeveloped and unspoilt true alpine summit, offering a readily accessible semi-wilderness experience for visitors. This fact, combined with the resort's wealth and diversity of environmental characteristics and its close proximity to Melbourne, only 230 kilometres, makes Mt Stirling unique in the Australian alps. The summit at Mt Stirling is located at 1749 metres and offers a 360 degree panoramic view of surrounding mountain ranges. The breathtaking high country landscape features sub-alpine Alpine Ash forests, Snow Gum woodlands and wide expanses of alpine meadows that are simply stunning…
Australian Alpine Epic Mountain Bike Trail

Australian Alpine Epic Mountain Bike Trail

The Australian Alpine Epic Trail is the jewel in the crown of Mt Buller’s mountain bike trails. It is the first IMBA accredited Epic trail in the Southern Hemisphere, offering a 40 kilometre ride that descends over 1,000 vertical metres from the top of Mt Buller down into the surrounding valley. This is the first long-distance mountain bike trail to be built within the Australian Alps landscape; an incredibly rare environment as it constitutes less than 0.1% of the continent. Tough and exhilarating, it takes riders on a truly unique journey travelling through snow gum woodlands that exist nowhere else…
Razorback Hut

Razorback Hut

Until recent times, local mountain country cattlemen used Razorback Hut during annual stock drives. Today, the site is a popular overnight stop for horse-riders, four wheel drivers and hikers. There is plenty of camping space around the large hut and the site also includes a public hut for overnight accommodation. To reach Razorback Hut follow the Circuit Road north (keep left) for four kilometres past King Saddle. Turn left just before the Mt. No. 3 Road intersection – the camping area is 500 metres along this road. Please note access by vehicle is not possible from June to November due…
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