The Right Way To Hit the Ski Slopes in Mount Buller, Australia's Winter Playground
Travelers to Australia tend to stick to the major cities, perhaps the Great Barrier Reef and then a wine region or two before
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A classic Alpine ski in/ski out lunch for Mt. Buller insiders, this favorite is similar to what you might find in the European Alps. Fuel up on the mouthwatering lasagna or spaghetti bolognese, and maybe take a slice of apricot mogul cake to go so you can enjoy it on the lifts later on.
Nothing pairs better with a long day on the slopes than a rich, authentic Austrian dinner by the fire. Come for the wiener schnitzel — stay for some fireside schnapps.
Often hailed as some of the best
With an interior that boasts vintage photographs, antlers and a menu full of Australian classics (think potato wedges with sour cream and sweet chili sauce), Tirol's is the spot you come early for lunch and end up staying for hours.
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If you have an hour to kill or just need a break from the action, swing by this quirky and charming museum to learn a bit about the history of winter sports in Australia. Located in the middle of town, its collection includes over 15,000 items, ranging from vintage films and
Nestled perfectly between town and the lifts, this local favorite is a must-stop in between runs, especially for happy hour. It stays busy all day from breakfast through dinner, so make sure you stop in for a flat white or a beer—and maybe meet a new friend or two in the process.
It wouldn’t be an Aussie ski trip without a late night or two at the pub and this iconic dive is
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Complete with spa, steam room
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