Availability

AVAILABILITY

 

Pricing

PRICING

2017 SKI SEASON
Low Season Tariff
10 June to 30 June and 1 September 2017 to Closing.

Weekend Rate per night Friday or Saturday night
2 single bunk beds sleeps 2 $165.00
4 single bunk beds sleeps 4 $330.00
6 single bunk beds sleeps 6 $495.00
2 double bunk beds sleeps 4 $330.00

Mid week rate per night Sunday to Thursday night incl.
2 single bunk beds sleeps 2 $140.00
4 single bunk beds sleeps 4 $280.00
6 single bunk beds sleeps 6 $420.00
2 double bunk beds sleeps 4 $280.00

Price includes a light continental breakfast each morning.

High Season Tariff
1 July to 31 August 2017.

Weekend Rate per night Friday or Saturday night
2 single bunk beds sleeps 2 $230.00
4 single bunk beds sleeps 4 $460.00
6 single bunk beds sleeps 6 $690.00
2 double bunk beds sleeps 4 $460.00
Mid week rate per night Sunday to Thursday night incl.
2 single bunk beds sleeps 2 $160.00
4 single bunk beds sleeps 4 $320.00
6 single bunk beds sleeps 6 $480.00
2 double bunk beds sleeps 4 $320.00

Price includes a light continental breakfast each morning.

Tariffs are inclusive of GST. No discounts apply.

Bookings and Payment

WE PARTICIPATE IN "THE NO SNOW GUARENTEE".

Please contact our booking officer on 0411 821 688 or via email: by clicking here. alternatively you can navigate to our availability page for all the latest information.

We accept credit card payments

Hope to see you soon at TERAMA Ski Club Mt Buller

History

History

TERAMA SKI CLUB

Early History

The TERAMA story started back in the mid 1960’s.

It was a time when the Forest Commission controlled Mount Buller and the resort.  It was in the days when two tow companies competed for one’s business with offerings of a poma and a tee bar to service the Bourke Street run.  And of course, the sealed access road to the village became gravel at Mirimbah.

The Authorities decided that they would release the final three sites on the mountain and then cease further expansion of the village.  A group of Forest Commission employees and their friends chose to seek one of these sites and applied.  The application was accepted on the proviso that a development plan be submitted within 24 hours.  To satisfy that requirement, one of the group, a Mechanical Engineer from R.M.I.T., drew up a single page sketch of a plan and submitted it the following day.  That was accepted on the proviso that the development followed the plan.

And so we started.

Very early in this process, the decision was made to call our huge investment “TERAMA” which was based on an aborigine word meaning “Big Mountain”.

We had no funds.  A small loan was obtained from the Commonwealth Development Bank.

The Club made its first investment.  An old Bedford truck for the princely sum of 300 pounds. Each week, this vehicle was loaded with building supplies and other essential matters and then slowly (and noisily) driven on Friday night to the mountain.  To keep the plans developing in a logical manner, each week a meeting was organised in Melbourne to plan the next step in this process.

And for two years, other than during the actual ski season, every weekend, all of the members would attend the lodge and assist in the development.  They slept in accommodation made available at adjoining lodges or they camped in hike tents in the little valley behind the lodge.

As the work progressed, it became obvious that the Club would not be viable in its original form so we “extended” the building by cutting into the roof cavity and introducing another five bedrooms to the plan.

After two years, the lodge was structurally complete but much improving was still needed.

So we slowly repaired and rebuilt sections as we could fund each task.

In those early days, each snow season ended with a Carnival Weekend.  Skiers were encouraged to dress up in fancy dress and those who participated, won free day tickets.  There were also prizes for categories of floats and displays which completed two runs down Bourke Street.  Because of the friendships developed during these two years, TERAMA won many prizes because it could mount complex presentations.  Two of the memorable victories were:

- Viking Ship with about 20 oarsmen in the vessel, a bow (cannot remember) and stern (carried via a rucksack) and our largest skier carrying the mast (which persisted in wanting to sail out the side of the vessel).

- A Cobb & Co Stage Coach with passengers, drivers, horses (on skies) and even bushrangers.

These were delightful times.

All of this occurred over 50 years ago.

TERAMA is honoured to continue to have as current members, pioneers who were part of the crew who toiled unrelentingly for two years, seeking that common goal which we all now enjoy.

They are:

- Geoff Beilby,
- Bill Gibson,
- Ted Masur,
- Richard Papworth,
- Diane Zaviska.

Terama First Carnival Winner 1970Terama Stagecoach Carnival winner

  Terama Stagecoach Passengers & BushrangersTerama Viking ship on Bourke st

Terama

Ski Lodge

ABOUT

Terama Ski Club

Terama Ski Lodge is a private members lodge with a policy of accepting guests. We offer a warm and friendly atmosphere and families are most welcome.

Terama Ski Lodge is one of Mt. Buller's hidden treasures. A well appointed, spacious and friendly, club style lodge with views of nearby Mt. Stirling and the surrounding valley. Many guests return from a day’s skiing and only want to relax with the use of free Wi-Fi to update their social media status and comment on their day’s adventures. Others enjoy a quiet drink while playing pool and talking.

Terama is a short walk from the village and is located along the free bus shuttle route. Terama is an easy 3 hour drive from Melbourne via Mansfield.

Facilities 

Ground Floor: guest drying room, guest fridge (arriving early a place to store your items) full service drink machines, lockers to store any valuable ($2.00 fee) ladies and gents bathrooms, laundry, luggage room, ski and snow board storage along with the resident managers room

First Floor: large fully equipped self catering kitchen area, spacious lounge and dining areas with relaxing views, billiard table ($1.00) and accommodation rooms

Second Floor: Accommodation rooms and ladies and gents bathrooms.

Rooms available 

All linen is provided (mattress protector, bottom and top sheets, doona’s, pillows & pillow cases) the only thing you need to remember to bring is your toiletries and towel and a good time

3 rooms consisting 2 single bunk style beds

2 rooms consisting 4 single bunk style beds

1 room consisting 6 single bunk style beds

6 rooms consisting 2 double bunk style beds

All linen is provided (mattress protector, bottom and top sheets, doona’s and pillows) the only thing you need to remember to bring is your toiletries and towel and a good time  

Contact Us

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LODGE MANAGERS FOR THE 2017 SEASON

Chris and Amy

FOR ALL ENQUIRIES WITH REGARDS TO BOOKINGS

Booking Officers

Shane and Natasha 0411 821 688

Address

TERAMA SKI CLUB PTY LTD, Site 101, 10 Goal Post Road, Mt Buller, 3723, Victoria

Cell Phone

(03) 5777 6047

Email

info@terama.com.au

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