Maintain the integrity and value of our organisation through sound governance and financial management, through:
  • Building strong and positive relationships with key stakeholders
  • Planning for our future through robust strategic, business and resort master planning
  • Driving fiscal responsibility throughout our business and finding ways to become more efficient
  • Identifying and mitigating risks impacting the Resorts
  • Meeting our regulatory requirements.
Stakeholder Consultation

The ARMB acknowledges an extensive range of stakeholders, which encompasses the people of Victoria, and individuals and organisations with a financial, legal or social interest in Mount Buller or Mount Stirling.

ARMB stakeholders include:

  • The Taungurong people, traditional custodians of the land;
  • State Government of Victoria, in particular the Minister for Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Finance and the Minister for Planning;
  • Mansfield Shire Council;
  • Neighbouring land management authorities;
  • Alpine Resorts Coordinating Council (ARCC) and associated entities;
  • Other Victorian alpine resorts;
  • ARMB staff, committees and associated entities;
  • Mount Buller Chamber of Commerce;
  • Mount Buller Ratepayers Association;
  • Buller Ski Lifts Pty Ltd (BSL);
  • Emergency services, including Ski Patrol;
  • Industry groups;
  • Environmental interest groups;
  • Recreational groups;
  • Educational authorities and organisations;
  • Land and property developers;
  • Business and commercial operators;
  • Tourism operators;
  • Ski clubs;
  • Apartment owners;
  • Contractors;
  • Residents;
  • Visitors and guests; and
  • District communities.
Marketing Coordination Group

The Buller Marketing Coordination Group (BMCG) includes representatives from BSL, High Country Reservations, Mount Buller Chamber of Commerce, Mount Buller Ratepayers Association and the ARMB. The BMCG works towards unified and coordinated marketing, and a single, clear Mount Buller brand in the market place. BMCG objectives include:

  • Generating input and advice from stakeholders in respect to marketing activity;
  • Communicating, monitoring and evaluating the ARMB Three-year Marketing Strategy; and
  • Creating sub-committees to provide direction and recommendations as required. Currently, the BMCG incorporates two sub-committees - the Sales and Promotions Committee and Winter Brochure Committee.
Local and Regional Authorities

The ARMB continues to consult with a range of industry experts and authorities in the development of new policies, procedures and initiatives. In particular,
neighbouring Crown Land managers (Parks Victoria, DSE and Mansfield Shire Council) are consulted to ensure best practice land management. The ARMB also consults with other Victorian alpine resorts through the ARCC and an informal network of chief executives, finance officers and environmental officers.

Indigenous People

The ARMB abides by Aboriginal Affairs Victoria reporting requirements where any specific indigenous initiatives or projects will be reported in accordance with the necessary guidelines. No special initiatives were needed by the ARMB to meet these obligations.