A beautiful house in the Australian Alps in a wonderful location on
Mt. Buller, right on ‘Shaky Knees’ run. This is one of the few ski chalets where you can ski to and from your front door.   The house faces north and enjoys the full winter sun, with a large balcony and the most amazing views of the mountains you’ll ever see.

Designed by award winning architect Peter McIntyre, with furnishings from Graham Geddes, Hermon and Hermon and Kazari, Burnt Hut is conceived for luxury casual living. 

Large armchairs with feather filled cushions and northerly sun, have views forever over the Victorian high county.  Lots of big soft cushions are perfect to lean against in front of the stone fireplace.  The window box with all its’ cushions and full sun is a snuggery waiting for someone to read or fall asleep.  All the mod cons, WiFi , Airplay music streaming, Foxtel, Apple TV, a phone for local calls and great mobile reception from all carriers.

Bring only what you need to relax, your iPod, a good book, and of course your ski gear and food.  The linen is 100% damask cotton, the towels are huge Country Road Egyptian cotton and we have L’Occitane Verbena products for you in the bathrooms.

The kitchen has a commercial Gaggia espresso coffee machine, there’s a large ilvie oven with 6 burners, dishwasher, microwave, double door fridge, Magimix and all the pots, pans and gadgets a gourmet could need.  The little things like nutmeg, coriander seeds, salt and pepper or cumin are in the cupboard above the stove.

Most importantly get excited, because you’re set for a very special holiday…



  1. 4 Bedrooms, plus loft

  2. Ideal for 8 guests

  3. 3 Bathrooms

Ground floor is a ski room, drying room and laundry, two bedrooms with king beds that can split into two singles, and open TV area.

The first floor is open plan kitchen, dining and living room with open fire.

The second floor has a steam sauna a third bedroom with en-suite, fourth bedroom with large en-suite and spa and there’s a ladder from the fourth bedroom up to a loft with two small single beds.

Burnthut - Mt Buller