In and around Bright Holiday & Caravan Park
This Family Friendly walk suits all ages and abilities. No bushwalking experience is required as it is on a formed track but there are a few obstacles, short steep hills and occasional steps. It is clearly sign posted.
Time: 1.5 hours, return
Distance from park: 40km
Victoria's largest National Park is a place to experience the great Australian outdoors in all its magnificent guises.
Mountain peaks covered in snow during Winter become in Spring, Summer and Autumn amazing places to hike and trek and camp, watch birds, explore history, cycle down, fly over, tour around, swim and fish in and observe unique flora and fauna.
Distance from park: 13.7km
Situated at the foothills of the Victorian Alps, the Bright Country Golf Club is a unique 18 hole golf course designed by Tony Cashmore. A par 72, 6097 metre course with manicured grass greens and beautifully developed tree lined fairways.
Distance from park: 10km
The Bright Splash Park in Centenary Park, alongside Morses Creek, is the perfect space for families visiting Bright and surrounds over the warmer months. With design centered on the region’s mining heritage and natural environment, there are four splash pads, each designed to suit different age groups from toddlers through to teenagers. The surface of the splash pads is textured concrete.
The Alpine region is a cycling hotspot that draws the mountain, road and both serious and hobby cyclists from around Australia. Bright and surrounds boasts over 100kms of off-road rail trail that is the perfect way to explore the spectacular scenery of North East Victoria. The rail trail passes alongside many towns, and some amazing country pubs and wineries.
If mountain biking is your thing, there are hundreds of mountain bike trails in and around Bright and they’re a great way to explore the area.
A variety of bicycles can be hired in Bright including electric and tandem bikes for your cycling adventure.
Distance from park: 45km
Mount Buffalo is as impressive up close as it is from afar, its granite cliffs and rocky outcrops rising up from the Ovens Valley floor commanding attention, begging to be explored...
In winter it’s a great place to take the family for a fun day’s tobogganing or cross country skiing. Any other time of the year it is a nature lover’s paradise, offering more than 90km of walking tracks, waterfalls, beautiful wildflowers, forests of snow gums, mossy plains, abundant wildlife and picnic places.