Built in 1910 by the Victorian Government, the Mount Buffalo Chalet – located in Mount Buffalo National Park – is listed in the Victorian Heritage Register for its architectural, historical and social significance.
Today the building is only open for occasional guided tours. However, you can appreciate the grandeur of the building from the outside and explore the terraced European garden which in spring time is a mass of stunning colour.
You can also enjoy stunning views of the Ovens and Buckland valleys as you wonder around the beautiful Chalet grounds.
There’s plenty of parking at the nearby Gorge day visitor area, along with picnic tables and toilets.