Sunday, May 19, 2019  
News & Updates
Please be advised a new bus drop off / pick up point has been constructed at the Mount Buffalo Chalet for improved pedestrian safety

This is located out the front of the Chalet garden, opposite the entry to the Gorge Car Park. Please note there is now NO BUS PARKING in the Gorge Car Park. (Larger than 12 seater vehicles)

Access to the new bus drop off / pick up point can be reached by driving directly up towards the Chalet and utilising the Chalet Car Park as a turn-around point before dropping off or picking up guests.

For stops longer than 5 minutes, buses can park at the large space opposite the Parks Office on Mount Buffalo road (near the entry to the Monolith walking track).

Safety is paramount to Parks Victoria and thanks all licensees for their understanding.

For further information or clarification, please contact Adam Kerry on 0499 018 384 or call 13 1963 or visit



Bogong Moths are well known in south-eastern Australia for their mass migration in spring to over summer in alpine regions such as Mount Buffalo

The Bogong Moth is native to Australia. The common name comes from Bogong High Plains region in the Victorian Alps. They are a small moth about 5 cm long but congregate in huge masses in caves and cracks at locations such as the horn where they can be viewed after dark as they swarm out into the night air in their millions

During winter, Bogongs feed inland as black cutworms on seedlings of wide-leafed plants in Northern locations ranging from southern Queensland to South Australia. During spring, they fly south to south-eastwards, to high altitude regions such as Buffalo. They then migrate north to breed as their larvae can't tolerate cold conditions.

A good video on the life cycle of this Insect can be found at


Moths in huge mass in crevesse in boulder jumbles