Things to do at Bike Buller

Aside from the special activities on race weekend, Mt Buller and Mt Stirling in summer is full of cool things to do that don’t necessarily revolve around bikes, so make sure you bring your friends and family members as well so they can get into the variety of other activities on the mountain.


The centrally located Village Square will be the centre of the event with Sponsors’ Expo and event information set up during the event. The Square is a great place to hang out with a massive bronze statue of the Man from Snowy River riding his beast overlooking the scene, the iconic clock tower, park benches and paths all amidst an outcrop of Snow Gums right in the centre of it all. Details here.


Bike Buller Festival is THE ONLY weekend when the lifts will spin this summer, so take advantage and grab a lift ticket! Lift tickets (Saturday and Sunday ONLY) are available for purchase on the mountain from Horse Hill and Dam Station (Spurs).

  • Adult MTB day pass $70
  • Child MTB day pass $55 (child is U18 yo)
  • Adult sightseeing pass $25
  • Child sightseeing pass $20
  • Over 70yo and under 5yo free of charge

If you are entering the ABOM Downhill or Gravity Enduro, a lift ticket is included in your entry fee. 

The lift will operate from 0830 – 1630 on both days.


There is a broad range of places to eat and drink on the mountain during the summer months. Details here.


Mt Buller has plenty to offer families that are keen to try mountain biking and enjoy the activities on offer. Take to the beginner trails or improve your technique on the Pump Track. With bike hire conveniently available in the heart of the Mt Buller Village, you’ll have the whole family ready to ride in no time! Details here.


As well as the actual riding, here’s heaps of social events happening as part of the Bike Buller Festival, such as a get-together at the Apres Bar, watch the Slopestyle, watch the Dual Slalom, Picnic in the Park…

Social event details here


Visit the Mt Buller website for plenty mor einformation about what to do on the mountain all summer (and winter)