NATIONAL ALPINE MUSEUM
The National Alpine Museum of Australia is located within the village at Mt Buller, Australia’s most popular mountain. The museum invites visitors to explore Australia’s alpine regions, from the fast and colourful action of snow sports to the fascinating early history of cattle, mining and timber. The museum has a comprehensive collection of objects from across Australia’s alps, with many are on display for visitors to enjoy. The museum is volunteer run and operated. We are always ready to welcome people interested in Australia’s alpine environments and their histories to join us.
NAMA has over 15000 artefacts, charting the development of Australia's alpine regions, the history of winter sport in Australia and telling the stories and achievements of both famous and infamous alpine personalities...
NAMA is located within the village at Mount Buller
Due to the Coronavirus situation
NAMA is closed
until further notice
Admission is FREE
includes a tour guide
(by appointment only)