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    Witness Bright's deciduous trees in their breathtaking autumnal splendour, and return throughout the year to take advantage of the village's proximity to Victoria's alps, national parks and home-grown food and wine.
    Outdoor adventure
    Two-wheel action is superb around Bright, whether you're a road cyclist or a mountain biker. Cruise the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail through the Ovens River Valley, or challenge yourself on the 7 Peaks Alpine Ascent.

    Base yourself in Bright for winter snow activities, and return in spring and summer for hiking, kayaking, and even ballooning over the Alpine National Park.
    Food and wine
    Visit boutique wineries, stock up on stunning produce and taste local ingredients in village cafés. Linger in the Wine and Cheese Bar at 5 Star Adventure Tours or finagle a reservation at Simone's, one of Victoria's most celebrated restaurants.
    Natural wonders
    View Bright's picturesque setting on the Ovens River from lookouts at Mount Buffalo. See scenery like nothing else on the 230-kilometre Bogong Alpine Way (part of the Great Alpine Road), which loops through Bright, Mount Beauty, Falls Creek and over Dinner Plain and Mount Hotham

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    The Bright Spring Festival showcases what the Great Alpine Valleys is all about; great cafes and restaurants, wineries, accommodation to suit all budgets, adventure sports, walking tracks and bike trails, street and river markets, art exhibitions and the natural beauty of the Ovens, Buckland and Kiewa Valleys not found elsewhere in Victoria.

    This annual festival features street and river markets, open gardens and workshops, food and wine events, decorative arts exhibition and sale, craft workshops, the famous Alpine Four Peaks Climb (for walkers and runners) and family fun days. The Grand Fireworks Spectacular and Concert is on the Saturday of the long weekend.

    Supporting events:
    - Mt Buffalo guided walks and Chalet tours
    - Traditional 'Make it, Bake It, Grow' it market by the river
    - Family fun days
    - Banquet lunches
    - Degustation dinners
    - High country, wine and historical tours
    - Open museum

    Regular attractions and activities:
    - Walk or cycle over 100kms of sealed bike and walking trails
    - Dine in the 14 cafes and 12 restaurants
    - Visit the Alpine Valleys wineries for wine tastings
    - Sample the wonderful food of this gourmet region
    - Experience the thrill of paragliding, abseiling, micro lighting, caving, rock climbing, white water rafting, canoeing, fly fishing, horse riding
    - Take a four wheel drive guided adventure tour to explore the national forests and wild flowers
    - Play golf on one of the three courses
    - Visit the High Plains Huts

    5 Nov 2012
    Monster rotary market
    3 Nov 2012
    Grand fireworks spectacular and concert
    29 Oct 2012
    Spring festival feast (need to book early)
    27 Oct 2012
    Stitch and quilt exhibition and gathering. Myrtleford agricultural and pastoral show.
    21 Oct - 5 Nov 2012
    Open gardens and workshops

    Local directions

    Bright is located on the Great Alpine Road (B500). Turn off the Hume Highway near Wangaratta onto the Great Alpine Road. Bright is 75 km from the Hume Highway. A three and half hour drive from Melbourne.

    Car park
    Child Activities
    Coach Parking
    Toilet facilities for the Disabled
    Public Telephone
    Opening hours

    The market runs all day with music and entertainment, the parade starts around 1pm and finishes around 3pm
    Saturday 4th May 2013
    Gala Day Market and Parade
    Last edited by Hannah-Mercedes; 6th August 2012 at 05:30 AM.

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