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National Alpine Museum of Australia

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National Alpine Museum of Australia

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Summit Rd Level 1, Alpine Central, Mount Buller, Victoria 3723 Australia
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Mt Buller Private Snow Tour (Up to 11 Persons)
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Mt Buller Private Snow Tour (Up to 11 Persons)

The winter time tour to Mt Buller provides plenty of options and activities for skiers and visitors of all ages and abilities. Explore Mt Buller's alpine village, tobogganing and snowshoeing.
USD 942.86 per adult
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vickic16 wrote a review Aug. 2019
Perth, Australia151 contributions41 helpful votes
Great service by the volunteers, good information and an interesting display of older skis and equipment as well as early ski outfits and fashion
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Date of experience: August 2019
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orth2016 wrote a review Aug. 2016
Brighton, Australia22 contributions5 helpful votes
A great place to visit with your kids or grandchildren how it all started at Mt Buller. Interesting ski boots and ski and fashion display.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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AdelaideTraveller888 wrote a review Jul. 2016
Adelaide, Australia439 contributions338 helpful votes
This is a well laid out, yet small, exhibition. At the rear you can walk out to a huge open balcony area and take some amazing photos. We stumbled upon the museum when we needed a break from the weather and appreciated the warm seating and videos.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Paul S wrote a review Jul. 2015
Melbourne, Australia327 contributions201 helpful votes
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This museum is hidden away at the bottom of the main Alpine Central. A great shame as this is one of the gems of the resort. Something for people to do on a wet day or if they are not going skiing and had enough tobogganing. There is no charge for this venue, however there is a donation box and I believe any contributions are most welcome as it runs on volunteers to man. They have a video running which shows many of the personalities of Mt Buller doing their stuff. All in all a great hideaway and well worth a visit if you are looking for something to entertain the family
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Date of experience: July 2015
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