Mt Buller announce lift passes on sale tomorrow at 11.00am

Perfectly groomed run ready for skiers to enjoy first tracks. Photo credit: Mt Buller

Mt Buller has announced tonight they will be launching their lift pass sale tomorrow, at 11.00am.

They will be staging pass sales to ensure staff and technology are able to support the process.  From 11am guests wishing to purchase multi-day lift passes for the dates of 24-28 June only can do so. 
There is currently very limited snow and lift operations will be advised as snow conditions allow, so guests are, again, urged to consider these factors before purchase.

Lift passes are only being offered from 24 June due to lack of snow cover.  

Lift operations will be reviewed and confirmed before then. More passes for future dates will be rolled out in the coming weeks as the resort reviews inventory and the online store is working effectively. 

The priority will be initially given to multi-day passes (2-7 days) for those with existing accommodation bookings and further sales as capacity allows.

Buller is taking a cautious approach to releasing lift passes to match the resort capacity – which is limited not only by COVID-19 restrictions but all-important snow conditions and lifting capacity.  If restrictions are able to ease throughout the winter more lift passes may be offered.

How to Book

Head online from 11am.

Be aware initially only lift passes valid during the dates of 24-28 June are available, conditions permitting.  Although the season is scheduled to open from the 22 June there is currently insufficient snow cover to enable lift operations until 24 June.

Lift pass sales for July will be advised shortly, with multi-day (2-7 day) passes to be issued first. Day passes will only be released, pending capacity, at 48 hours notice.

Remember, this year Mt Buller is required to operate on a reduced capacity to adapt to the COVID-19 guidelines and this means reduced pass sales and lower numbers of guests in resort each day for the health and safety of all.  

Once you have secured lift passes it is recommended you immediately book resort entry and parking to complete your preparations. 

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