Each of Victoria’s alpine resorts have a Stakeholder Consultative Committee (SCC), which provide advice relating to strategic and operational matters affecting the alpine resorts of Falls Creek, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, Mt Stirling, Lake Mountain and Mt Baw Baw.

Role and functions

Amendments to the Alpine Resorts (Management) Act 1997 state the function of the SCCs is to give ARV the opinions and response of the community of that resort about:

  1. Matters relating to the promotion, operation, management, development and use of the resort;
  2. Strategic matters affecting alpine resorts and surrounding communities (including First Nations people);
  3. The development of the alpine resorts strategic plan; and
  4. Matters relating to fees and contributions for the provision of services by ARV.

Following the formation of Alpine Resorts Victoria on 1 October 2022, the ARV board sought nominations from resort-based organisations to participate in the SCCs, with the aim of ensuring broad representation of stakeholders and key user groups. SCCs are required to meet regularly (at least six times per year).

Stakeholder queries not related to a specific resort can be directed to

For more information about each resort stakeholder consultative committee and how to contact them, please visit the pages below.

Page last updated: 21/08/23