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.
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.
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