In 2011 Mt Buller completed a detailed Resort Master Plan, which maps out the future direction, operation and vision of the Resort for the next 20 years. The Resort Master Plan was developed through extensive community and stakeholder engagement to represent a vision that is owned and supported by the stakeholders and wider community of Mt Buller.

The Plan contains a number of staged developments that will improve access to and around Mt Buller, grow the Resort's commercial and activity offering, and enhance the interface between the Mt Buller Village and other key areas of the Resort. It also identifies the infrastructure investments that need to be made to attract visitation on a year-round basis and ensure the ongoing economic viability and prosperity of the Resort.

The Resort Master Plan focus on four major areas:

  • Improving visitor access and amenity
  • rowing the Resort's commercial and activity offering
  • Enhancing the interface between the Village and other key areas of the Resort; and
  • Developing the required activity infrastructure to support the sustainable prosperity of the Resort.

Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management has completed several key projects out of Stage 1 of the Resort Master Plan, including:

  • Resort Reception and Interpretive Centre at Alpine Central
  • Upgrades to Black Forest Walk and Athletes' Walk including heated pathways and landscaping.

The plan was released for public review in 2010, and in 2011 the Resort Master Plan received in-principle support from the Minister for Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Ryan Smith.

To view the complete Mt Buller Resort Master Plan - please click here to download (10MB PDF file).

For further information, please contact Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management on 03 5777 6077 or

Please click the links below for the recent Resort Master Plan updates:

Resort Master Plan update 9 April 2019 

Resort Master Plan update 12 April 2019