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Resort Management maintains the integrity and value of our organisation through sound governance and financial management by:

Building strong and positive relationships with key stakeholders.

Planning for our future through robust strategic, business and resort master planning

Driving fiscal responsibility throughout our business and finding ways to become more efficient

Identifying and mitigating risks impacting the Resorts

Meeting our regulatory requirements.

Cooperation and respect are essential in managing and developing Mt Buller & Mt Stirling for all Victorians. This includes the wide range of on-mountain stakeholders as well as Traditional Owners, off-mountain communities & businesses, and local & state government departments.

Building Partnerships

Building Partnerships

  • Apartment owners

  • Buller Ski Lifts

  • Business & commercial operators

  • District communities

  • Educational authorities & organisations

  • Emergency services including Ski Patrol

  • Environmental interest groups

  • Industry groups

  • Land and property developers

  • Mansfield Shire Council

  • Mt Buller Chamber of Commerce

  • Mt Buller Ratepayers Association

  • Mt Buller Stakeholder Consultative Committee

  • Mt Stirling Stakeholder Consultative Committee

  • Neighbouring land management authorities

  • North East Victorian Regional Waste Management Group

  • Olympic Winter Institute of Australia

  • Other Victorian alpine resorts

  • Recreational groups

  • Regional Roads Victoria

  • Residents

  • Ski clubs

  • State Government of Victoria - in particular the Minister for Environment and the Minister for Finance and the Minister for Planning

  • Stirling Experience

  • The Taungurung Land and Water Council

  • Tourism North East Regional Tourism Board

  • Victorian National Parks Association

  • Visitors & guests

Local & Regional Authorities

Alpine Resorts Victoria continues to consult with a range of industry experts and authorities in the development of new policies, procedures and initiatives. In particular, neighbouring Crown Land managers (Parks Victoria, DEECA and Mansfield Shire Council) and fellow Alpine Resorts are consulted to ensure best practice land management.

Indigenous People

The Resort Management abides by Aboriginal Affairs Victoria reporting requirements where any specific indigenous initiatives or projects will be reported in accordance with the necessary guidelines. No special initiatives were needed by the Resort Management to meet these obligations.

Read more about our Traditional Owners:

authorites & indigenous
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