Monday, July 06, 2020  
 
News & Updates
NO DOGS IN NATIONAL PARKS
06-07-2020 

 Many vehicles have been turned away from entering the Park due to dogs inside. Dogs are not allowed in national parks.


CHAINS MUST BE CARRIED
06-07-2020 

Chains must be carried until the next 4pm Change of Conditions email update. Please advise all visitors and friends that a sign at the park entry is displayed when chains are required.

Every vehicle, whether 2WD or 4WD entering the park past that point must carry chains if the sign is displayed. PARKS VICTORIA turned many vehicles away on the weekend as they were not carrying them.


SNOW SEASON 2020
25-05-2020 
There will be tobogganing, snowplay and cross country skiing available for winter 2020

For detailed information see the Parks Victoria Winter Overview in the drop down menu at the 2020 Snow Season

FREE ENTRY to Mount Buffalo during the snow season


Archive


     MOUNT BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK
NORTH EAST VICTORIA'S
"WINTERLAND PLAYGROUND"
MOUNT BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK
IS OPEN FOR VISITORS THIS WINTER

WE HAVE SNOW
MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE 10 PERSONS - SOCIAL DISTANCING 1.5 METRES - DRIVE SLOW
CARRY AND FIT CHAINS AS DIRECTED

Note that as with all snow resorts, that the Number of Cars allowed on the Mountain at the same time and at some popular locations may be limited and managed by Parks Victoria Staff manning a gate at the entrance to the National Park on busy days as a COVID 19 management procedure.

Please be patient and support our Mount Buffalo ranger and activity teams.

For photos and additional information
  Or Call David on 0419280614 or E Mail agati@netc.net.au to ask a question directly


PARKS VICTORIA COVID 19 INFORMATION

DHHS INFORMATION ON GATHERINGS JULY 2020


14 DAY AND LONG RANGE SNOW SEASON FORECASTS

For photos and additional information
  Or Call David on 0419280614 or E Mail agati@netc.net.au to ask a question directly



We acknowledge and respect Victorian Traditional Owners as the original custodians of Victoria’s land and waters, their unique ability to care for Country and deep spiritual connection to it. We honour Elders past and present whose knowledge and wisdom has ensured the continuation of culture and traditional practices.