National Alpine Museum of Australia

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The National Alpine Museum of Australia is located at Mount Buller, Victoria, Australia at the Mt Buller Community Centre, formerly the campus of La Trobe University. It is "a non-profit; membership supported Museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting elements from the broad spectrum of ski history for the purpose of research, education, and entertainment".[1] It showcases a collection of ski memorabilia covering the evolution of alpine activities in Australia.


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Coordinates: 37°08′43″S 146°26′55″E / 37.145205°S 146.448525°E / -37.145205; 146.448525