With the arrival of Spring, we have the best of both worlds. The weather is warming up and blooms are starting to appear, and there is still plenty of snow!
The Snow season has been extended to October 6, which is perfect, so you can still get some snow time in.
If you can make it to Bright for the school holidays, we’re hoping there will still be snow around like last year, giving you a chance to get the kids tobogganing, making snowmen or everyone up on their skis.
And we have plenty of accommodation options you can choose from.
As the weather warms up, and the flowers start to bloom, it’s really is one of those magical times to come and enjoy Bright.
Group special offer
If you are members of a caravan club and heading to Bright, we have a special offer for your group. Minimum stay 7 nights for $200 (per site) and we will also put on a "Happy Hour" for your group. Must be booked as a group of at least 6 vans, booked together. Conditions apply. Coming this way? Give us a call.
What’s on in Spring
September 20: The Bright Festival of Photography, perfect for photography buffs!
September 21: The Alfred Six Hour charity mountain bike race. A mountain bike race that challenges individuals, pairs and teams through flowing single track and logging roads in the Mystic MTB Park in Bright. All profits are donated to The Alfred Hospital
October 5: The Myrtleford Show n Shine is a display of classic and custom cars in conjunction with stalls selling motoring memorabilia, motoring merchandise, car spares and lots more.
October 6: Is the Harrietville Half Marathon which travels from Bright along a spectacularly scenic course to the iconic Mountain Village of Harrietville.
October 26 to November 5: Bright Spring Festival dates. (More on this next time.) Worth booking now as we do get busy over this time.
Or if you just want to just come to town and enjoy some time out, as you know, there is plenty to see and do.
We’d love to see you!
The Team at Bright Pine Valley Park