Travel Bulletin

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Seasonal snow pass operator, Ikon, has welcomed Victoria’s Mt Buller into its portfolio, just in time for the 2019 winter season.

The Ikon Pass, introduced to skiers and riders in January 2018, unlocks adventure with access to 39 iconic winter destinatio­ns across the Americas, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Mt Buller joins Thredbo in New South Wales, Coronet Peak, The Remarkable­s, and Mt Hutt in New Zealand, and Valle Nevado in Chile in the southern hemisphere.

“Mt Buller is delighted to join the Ikon Pass for the 19/20 season, we are in great company with such an impressive line-up of incredible mountain destinatio­ns,” said Laurie Blampied, General Manager, Mt Buller. “We look forward to introducin­g more people from around the globe to the pleasures of skiing and boarding through the snowgums, spotting wombats along the trail, and the unique experience of staying high in the snowline in our unique Australian alpine village.”

Mt Buller offers 741 acres and 80 trails for all abilities, with ski-in/skiout accommodat­ion, dining, spas, and activities. To celebrate the region’s inaugural Ikon pass season, pass holders with 19/20 access will receive bonus early access from this month, along with regular access to the 2020 season.

The Ikon pass offers seven-day access to the ski fields per season, with no blackout dates, with the Ikon Base Pass offering five-day access per season with no blackout dates. Visit for more informatio­n.

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