Mt Buller
1 Summit Rd, Mt Buller, VIC

At a Glance

Trail Overview

Loop or Trail Network

Riding Styles

All-Mountain
Downhill
Jumps / Pump Track
XC / Trail

Grading

Green (Easy) Blue (More difficult) Black (Very difficult)

One of Australia’s best mountain bike destinations. High in the Victorian Alps, Mt Buller has just about every type of riding available across its huge trail network. From XC, to all-mountain and even chair-lifted downhill riding (and good road riding too!). For more info, head to¬†http://bike.mtbuller.com.au

Because Mt Buller is an alpine town, it’s not open for riding all year round – the mountain bike season tends to run from December to the end of April. Again, check with Buller for exact dates.

Finding the Trail Head

Flow Nation

Mt Buller is just 248kms north-east of Melbourne via Mansfield. In three hours you can be out of the city and high in the mountains! There are a few different routes you can take from Melbourne:
Plenty Rd via Whittlesea and Yea
Via the Hume Hwy to Tallarook and Yea
Via the Maroondah Hwy to Yarra Glen and Yea
Travelling from the north, follow the Hume Hwy south and take the Mansfield exit onto the Midland Hwy (B300). To get here via the most direct route using Google Maps and GPS, it is best to set your destination to Yea, then once you are in Yea set it for Mansfield, then Mt Buller from Mansfield.

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