Mt Buller announce pass sale dates and operations for 2021

Mt Buller. Photo credit: Mt Buller media

Mt Buller have today announced more of their 2021 operation and pass pricing. A limited number of Season Memberships will be offered from April 7, while one day lift tickets will be reviewed in May to ensure capacity management of the ski area.

The 2021 Adult Season Membership will be available for $1699 adults and $849 children and over 65 year olds. Season car park passes go on sale with an Early Bird price of $459 until April 30.

While multi day lift passes will be released for the entire 2021 ski season and will be rolled out online from midday on April 7 for specific travel dates. Initially multi-day (2 days +) lift passes will be rolled out to enable guests planning a winter stay at Mt Buller to book all of key elements for their stay.

Multi-day lessons for kids will also be available from the 7 April.  Adult lessons will be released from 21 April. Guests are encouraged to consider off-peak lesson options including afternoon classes where there will be more capacity.

The strict lift capacity limits of 2020 have eased, allowing greater inventory of passes for all days of the winter to be sold. Pricing will vary between peak and off-peak dates as usual, with savings for multi-day passes.

Season Memberships will come with 10% discounts on full retail prices for Ski and Snowboard School Private Lessons, retail and rental at Buller Sports Mansfield, Central, Horse Hill, Altitude and Freeride and ABOM Café and Bar, Moosehead Bistro & Bar, Tirol Café and Spurs.

The Season Membership also offers 50% off single day passes at Mountain Collective Resorts during the 2020/21 northern hemisphere seasons, and the 2021 southern hemisphere snow season.

The release of 1-day passes will be reviewed in May to ensure careful management of capacity in the ski area.

For the best prices and resort-wide experience, accommodation deals and best lesson availability Mt Buller is recommending guests look at mid-week stays and spring skiing.

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