Pump Track

Bike Buller is excited to announce the arrival of Australia's first modular bike pump track!

Designed and constructed by award winning Czech company Bikeparkitect, the pump track is a man-made closed circuit, which differs from traditional pump tracks made of dirt in that it can be easily moved and remodelled to create endless course options for riders. Featuring numerous bumps, jumps, and berms, the track is the newest addition to Mt Buller’s continually evolving world class bike park.

The track is made up of 88 parts, is interchangeable and has 102 liner metres of rideable surface. It is designed to allow mountain bikers to ride the course continuously without pedalling, by using weight shifts (pumping) and gravity to drive momentum.

The pump track is located at the base of the Blue Bullet chairlift in the Village, is perfect for beginners practicing balance, learning skills and improving confidence on a bike before heading out onto the trails as well as also being perfectly suited to advanced downhill riders looking for a new challenge. Fun for everyone, the pump track is suitable for use by all ages and abilities including kids and can be ridden on any size or type of bike.

Check out the demo clip:


Opening Hours & Safety Information

Where? The base Bourke Street ski run opposite the Blue Bullet chairlift 

When? Open during daylight hours, December - April



  • The pump track is to be used by bike riders, skateboarders, in-line skaters and scooter riders in accordance with the following rules:
  • Protective clothing must be worn at all times
  • Children under 10 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian (16 years of age or older) at all times
  • No motorbikes permitted
  • No alcohol or drugs to be consumed at this facility
  • Persons under the influence of alcohol or any other drugs are not to use this facility
  • This pump track is to be used during daylight hours only
  • All rubbish and debris to be placed in bins
  • Please skate and ride safely and show consideration for others.


The use of bikes, skateboards, in-line skates and scooters is inherently dangerous. Persons using this pump track or standing in the vicinity of the track, do so at their own risk. Mt Buller will not be held liable for any injury, loss, death or damage connected with its use however caused.


Quote the following address when dealing with emergency services: the pump track is located at the base of the Blue Bullet Chairlift, above the Buller Grocer, just off the Mt Buller Village Square.