A little bit of Europe
close to home
We love the snow!
Full of surprises
We’re here all year round

In response to COVID-19 and in line with the current government mandated guidelines, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close Tatry Ski Club. As a club, we are committed to ensuring the health, well-being and safety of all guests and members. We will continue to monitor the situation and will update our website when more information becomes available. We eagerly await the time when we can welcome you all to our club, and look forward to what will hopefully be a great winter season. From all of us at Tatry Ski Club we wish you and your families well through this uncertain time.

For more information regarding the Mt Buller Mt Stirling Alpine Resort, please see https://www.mtbuller.com.au/Winter/resort-info/about-mt-buller/covid-19

UPDATED 30/03/2020

 

Welcome to Tatry Ski Club

Welcome to Tatry Ski Club.
Mt Buller is one of the most visited ski resorts in Australia.  It’s an all year round family friendly resort, renowned for its exhilarating winter sports, stunning walking trails and bike terrain for all levels.
Tatry Ski Club offers family friendly accommodation in an affordable family friendly lodge positioned close to the village to take advantage of the village centre activities, bars and restaurants, shopping opportunities and amenities.
Chamois ski lift is less than 100 metres away so you can ski in and ski out of the lodge during winter. There is also a free village shuttle bus stop out the front of the lodge that provides convenient access to the village ticket office, Ski school and Bourke Street lifts to access all parts of the mountain.
After an exhilarating day on the mountain, retreat to your home away from home for a little rest and relaxation before enjoying Mt Buller’s lively restaurant and bar scene.
For a touch of convenience in a cosy setting during your winter or summer getaway, treat yourself to a mid-week or weekend stay at the affordable and well-appointed Tatry Ski Club.

“A little bit of Europe in the Australian Alps”