Mt Buller announces five day closure due to lockdown

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Mt Buller have announced that lift operations will cease for the next five days due to the Victorian Government snap lockdown.

The ski area will be closed and unpatrolled, retail and rental stores will also be closed while food and beverage venues are able to offer take-away service only.

The travel limit of 5kms from place of primary residence applies. From 11.59pm Thursday 15 July new guests will not be permitted entry to the resorts. Existing guests in resort are permitted extend their stay or to return home.

Mt Buller Mt Stirling resorts and businesses intend to resume services and welcome back guests as soon as permitted.

If you have an existing booking during the lockdown period you can request to reschedule your arrangements or request a refund under the COVID-19 Refund Policy.

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