Don’t miss out on these fun activities when visiting Mount Buller.

Whether you’re taking a break from skiing and snowboarding or just exploring, there is plenty to enjoy at the Mount Buller alpine village. Visit the village for an extended weekend or take a day trip to see what Mount Buller is all about

Eat and drink

From pubs to cafes and specialty restaurants, the Mount Buller alpine village offers something for any craving. Visit the local Mexican restaurants for a tasty burrito or some nachos to share. Stop by one of the charming coffee shops for something warm to drink. Or visit the Italian restaurant for some pasta, pizza and toasty garlic bread.

Go shopping

Did you forget some winter gear or do you just feel like shopping? Take a wander around one of the many alpine village stores. You can find warm clothing, gear for snow sports, and much more.

Visit the National Alpine Museum

The National Alpine Museum is dedicated to sharing the history of the Australian ski fields. Here, you’ll find fascinating stories about the alpine community. There are also heaps of artifacts, photographs and exhibits on display. Learn all about the Mount Buller alpine village at this exciting and educational museum!

Go on a history hunt

The Mount Buller History Hunt is a great activity for families. The activity takes around one to two hours to complete, and includes a map and clues to help with the history hunt. You’ll learn all about the characters of Mount Buller and uncover the history of the buildings. What’s even better is that the history hunt will lead you on a scenic walk through the village.

Take a sculpture park walk

Mount Buller has been acquiring sculptures for many years. These sculptures have been acquired through donations and the Buller Arts Association. As you stroll around the alpine village, you’ll see heaps of impressive sculptures. Take a walk through the village and try to spot them all!

Catch a movie at the cinema

Mount Buller Cinema is Australia’s highest altitude cinema. The cinema screens all the latest releases, so you won’t miss out on any epic films while staying in the mountains. Spend some time warming up in this cosy cinema and relax with a snack as you catch an exciting film. If you find yourself visiting the alpine village often, you can sign up for a Cinema Club membership and receive perks all season.

Check out Buller Air Zone

This indoor park is equipped with five trampolines, a large air bag and indoor rock climbing. Whether you’re a kid or an adult, this place offers loads of fun for everyone. There are different entry passes you can purchase, from one hour to two hours. Then it’s time to jump around to your heart’s content.

As you now know, there is plenty to enjoy at the Mount Buller alpine village. Now it’s time to head to the Mount Buller alpine village and check out all the fun activities for yourself!

Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward
Managing Director at Sightseeing Tours Australia

Cameron Ward began with a passion for travel and turned it into a thriving tourism business. He co-founded Sightseeing Tours Australia after starting out as a tour guide in Melbourne. Cameron delights in helping visitors get the most from their trip to Australia. Whether he's leading tours or writing about his favourite places, Cameron loves sharing his local insight with fellow travellers.

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