So Much to See and Do
Centenary Park, Bright VIC 3741, Australia
Bright Waterslide and Splash Park
At the eastern end of Centenary Park is an open plastic waterslide with some curves which leads from the top of the river bank into the river upstream from the swimming area and the natural themed splash park also in Centenary Park, alongside Morses Creek, promises to be a draw card for families over the warmer months.
North Eastern Victoria, Australia
Murray to Mountains Rail Trail
The Murray to Mountains Rail Trail is the perfect way to discover the diverse landscape of North East Victoria - from natural bushland to abundant farmland, delightful hidden valleys and some of the Australia's most spectacular mountain ranges. Along the ride you'll savour some of Australia's finest gourmet produce, renowned wines, and handcrafted beer. Over 100 kilometres of sealed off road trails provides you with the perfect link between the already popular tourist villages of Wangaratta, Milawa, Beechworth, Rutherglen, Bright and Wandiligong.
121 Gavan St, Bright VIC 3741, Australia
Bright Brewery's Tour-and-Tasting experience is an opportunity to discover how they use craft brewing techniques to create award-winning beer. Tours run Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays at 3pm. Other times available by arrangement, you can also book in for a "Brewer for a Day" workshop.
You will also find live music on many occasions, more often than not on a Sunday afternoon.
Gapsted Wines, Great Alpine Road, Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia
Gapsted Wines, located near Myrtleford is an award-winning winery producing premium cool climate wines.Our a la carte restaurant and cellar door – with stunning views across the Ovens Valley - is open every day and showcases food and wine sourced from the surrounding gourmet regions.
Howitt Park, Riverside Avenue, Bright, Victoria, Australia
Visit Bright's Make it. Bake it. Grow it. Market is shopping heaven if you’re looking for something original, something handmade, something special… something organic, something recycled, something ethical... you’ll find original artworks, wood work, homewares and skincare, as well as gorgeous kids fashion and jewellery by local designers, all guided by our philosophy of “make it, bake it, grow it”.
If you’re a foodie or wine buff, you’ll especially love our market …Bright is situated in the heart of the Great Alpine Valleys ... our own little food bowl! We have a wealth of fresh produce – including fresh nuts, fruit and vegetables, freshly baked breads, olive oil & pasta, verjuice, wine & ales, locally made cheeses, trout and meats
Wandiligong, Victoria, Australia
Wandiligong Maze & Cafe
Wandiligong Maze is Australia's largest living hedge maze with 2km of pathways, surrounded by gardens. Explore the maze. Smell the heritage roses. Eat in our Licensed Cafe with juices, luscious salads, delectable pies, tantalising cakes, coffee, tea and scones and lots more
6300 Great Alpine Road, Eurobin, Victoria, Australia
Bright Berry Farm
Bright Berry Farms is a locally owned and operated business producing North East Victoria’s finest berries and berry products. This is a must stop destination.
Home-made ice-creams & sorbets
Real fruit milkshakes
Open – 7 days 9am – 5pm Excluding Xmas day & Easter Sunday
10 Stony Creek Rd, Harrietville
Mountain Fresh Trout and Salmon Farm
A lovely little place to visit with many ponds and the gardens are spectacular. If you can't catch a fish here then give up! So much fun for the kids.
324 Hughes Lane, Eurobin
Red Stag Deer and Emu Farm
Situated on a 60 acre property, bordering the Mt Buffalo National Park, in Victoria’s beautiful High Country this unique Tourist Farm offers the visitor a grand opportunity to feed, touch and learn about these majestic animals with their unique characters and instinctive behaviour. Included is an informative historical speech covering the Deer Farm, local farming in the valley and deer farming operations.
The Red Stag Restaurant has become a favourite with full lunches available or try the legendary Devonshire Teas.
Mt Hotham Resort
Snow Play Mt. Hotham
Snow Play Park
The Zipfy: is a compact mini luge toboggan made out of moulded plastic. Ideal for kids and safer than a standard toboggan because you can steer them! The Zipfy will be available to hire.
Snowmobiles: Yes, you read it right! Specially designed for kids over the age of 5 and up to 50kg, kids snowmobiles are petrol powered and heaps of fun.
Snow Play: Snowman moulds, snowball throwers, shields and cool snow castle moulds!
Snow Scooters: are the awesome powered snowboard (DTV Shredder)
Snow BBQ: Selected weekends throughout school holidays. Classic sausage's in bread and course who could forget the onions!
Old School House
Former Myrtleford State School 1870 – 1938.
Displays include old school room, 1930's kitchen & living room, gold mining equipment, barber shop & tobacconist cabinets, newspaper printing machinery, horse-drawn agricultural machinery, farming equipment, bottle collection, military photographs & memorabilia, and sporting trophies. Genealogical research is also available with many photographs and records of historical significance including district scenery, local industries, people and events.
OPENING HOURS: Open Sundays 2pm-5pm September through to May.
Peels Cruises, Metung
Peels Cruises -Treat yourself to a Cruise of the Gippsland Lakes in comfort.
Fully enclosed seating, with large upper viewing decks. A fully stocked bar and snack bar is onboard for your convenience
Metung Luncheon Cruise -Take a cruise on the Gippsland Lakes aboard the ML Stormbird. Four hour Cruise into Lake King, then around the shores of Metung to the Metung Hotel for Lunch.
Stay in Metung for a couple of hours, eating and exploring, then back aboard for a trip around Rigby Island and Chinamans Creek
Penguin Parade, Phillip Island
Experience one of Australia’s most popular attractions. Each night at sunset you’ll be amazed by Little Penguins returning ashore after a day’s fishing.
See the world’s smallest penguin in its natural habitat from viewing stands and boardwalks. Enjoy interactive and educational displays in the visitor centre and the spectacular coastal scenery from the Penguin Parade. This experience is sure to be the highlight of your visit. As the sun fades in the sky, Little Penguins waddle up the beach to the safety of their homes in the sand dunes. Witness this magical procession – it is a treat never forgotten.
Summer @ Mt Hotham
Summer is a great time to explore Mt Hotham Alpine Resort and the surrounding Alpine National Park, with a range of truly iconic tracks & trails to choose from. A variety of tracks & trails access some of Australia’s best views, unique flora and fauna and some of the region's richest history. The Hotham region has something suited to all fitness levels, age groups and interests for everyone to discover. During the green season, the Resort Management Board puts on FREE guided tours which explores the history of gold mining era.