The house sits in a great location in the snow among the gum trees...and it gets even more interesting on the inside. The architectural and designer touches are obvious throughout the house, and they combine with modern technology to make this a beautiful, and functional ski house. I love all the large, unobstructed windows to take in the views. The feeling in this ski house is comfortable luxury with an exotic flair. Check out the comfy, fur covered places (which even include stuffed Persian camel sacks) to lounge in front of the wood-burning fireplace:
...and sleek breakfast bar seating (or apres-ski cocktail hour seating):
This very inviting dining room looks irresistible:
I love the comfy seating with a view:
This ski house has four bedrooms (plus sleeping loft)...
...and three bathrooms, like this sleek one (...more seating with a view):
This place has features that really make a house a ski house...downstairs is a ski room and drying room, and upstairs is a sauna:
The average annual snowfall at Mt. Buller is 2.42 m. It has a vertical drop of 4,511 ft., and has 22 lifts. Approximately half the mountain's trails are rated as intermediate....but there are chutes to be found as well; check out Aussieskier's Buller Chutes off-piste run.
From Burnt Hut there's a picutesque view of the mountains through the icicles:
...but speaking of being 'down-under'...I'm wondering what (or who) is 'down under' the snow on the roof just 'down under' this beautiful house!
I think Burnt Hut is a fantastic ski house...now if I can only get...down under.