How to get to Lake Mountain Alpine Resort
From Melbourne CBD or Airport
Lake Mountain Alpine Resort is approximately a two hour drive from the Melbourne CBD. Travel out through the Eastern suburbs, through the picturesque Yarra Valley. Wind your way across the Black Spur to Narbethong and take the turn off to Marysville.
From Marysville, the gateway to Lake Mountain
Once you arrive at the quaint township of Marysville, it’s a scenic 30-minute drive to Lake Mountain Alpine Resort. Take care on the road up through winter, watching for icy conditions. Through the warmer months be on the look out for cyclists riding up the Lake Mountain Road.
On occasions, due to heavy snow fall it is necessary for two-wheel drive vehicles to carry and fit snow chains. Check out our home page for the daily snow report and driving conditions for chain requirements, or contact the resort directly on 03 5957 7201. Traffic advisory signs are also located at Marysville. Chains can be hired at Narbethong and Marysville.
Further information on chains and fitting chains here.
Public Transport (Only available through Winter)
Public transport from Melbourne is limited. Catch a metropolitan train out to LILYDALE on the LILYDALE LINE, which times in with the McKenzies Bus Service – runs once or twice daily to EILDON.
This option will require you to stay one or two nights in the township of MARYSVILLE, in order to catch the Lake Mountain Bus organised by Country Touch Tours up to Lake Mountain from Marysville.
Please contact them directly on 0417 633 753 or email@example.com for prices, bus timetables or to organise a place on their tour bus.
Visit the website lakemountainsnowbus.com
Check out some great accommodation options available in Marysville and Surrounds
Wildlife Tours 1 Day Melbourne Snow Trip, Waterfalls and Chocolate Tour
Catch the Wildlife Tours coach right from your hotel in Melbourne and enjoy your day out in the snow – no hassles! Plus check out the beautiful Steavenson Falls and Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice-Creamery all in one day! For further infomation and bookings see their website – wildlifetours.com.au