Thursday, January 30, 2020  
 
News & Updates
TOTAL FIRE BANS
19-12-2019 
On days of severe or higher fire risk, emergency services may declare a Total Fire Ban where fires are banned. Check to ensure you are aware of the requirements for compliance on these days.

CODE RED FIRE DAYS
19-12-2019 
Note that Mount Buffalo (and all National Parks and Public Land will be closed on Code Red fire days and also may close at other times if the land managers and emergency services consider that the risk warrants this decision - be informed and check prior to leaving for the bush.

FIRE DANGER RATINGS
24-11-2019 
Ensure you keep informed of local heat and fire conditions and issues over summer- the ABC local radio is a good source of information and you should have the VIC Emergency App on your phone with updates for your area activated - take care in the outdoors or at home and check that your emergency plan is ready to go. Buffalo is 10 degrees cooler than in the valleys below.

DINGO DELL HOURS
4 -1 -2020 
The Dingo Dell Cafe is closed for the duration of the fire emergency - we will advise when reopening once the National Park is open again. 


Archive

  AMAZING VIEWS 

GORGE LOOKOUTS

Locations with great views include the Gorge Lookouts, Horn, Hump, Cathedral (you need to have ropes and climbing experience to get to the top), The Castle and others.

The Horn is accessed from the car park at the end of the gravel road past the Ski Fields. It is a steep trail but as it is the Highest point at Mount Buffalo it has 360 degree views. In particular it has excellent views towards the Alps and Mount Buller. There is a lookout with rails and interpretative signage at the top.

The Monolith is an easy to access pinnacle that you can walk to from the Gorge Visitors Car Park, or from the road adjacent to the ranger station.

Manfields Lookout is located on the Gorge  nature walk track and has great views. 

View Point is located off the Underground River / lake Catani Track and has views of the Buckland Valley




WATERFALLS



SNOW ON THE MAIN RANGE IN THE BACKGROUND