Hello Spring...we're so glad you're here!
Although winter is winding down, it doesn’t mean the snow season is over. We have had so much snow this year that the season has been extended to October 7, which is brilliant.
If you can make it up here for the coming school holidays, there will still be plenty of snow around. Time for the kids to get tobogganing, making snowmen or everyone up on their skis.
We have plenty of accommodation options you can choose from.
We can already see touches of Spring around Bright, and the weather this week, although a bit fresh in the mornings, the days have been spectacular.
So what’s on in Bright for September?
If you love your Beer then you might be interested in Brewer For A Day at Bright Brewery, September 7.
Love mountain bike riding and a good cause, then 5Zero might be for you! On September 8, you can enjoy a fun ride and at the same time help raise money for more mountain bike trails.
Fifty kilometres is the distance and 100 per cent of the profits will be donated to Alpine Community Plantation to continue their work in allowing access to great trails on HVP plantations around Bright and surrounds.
If you are into endurance racing then take a look at the Alfred Six Hour Charity Mountain Bike race, September 22. This race challenges individuals, pairs and teams to a three or six-hour mountain bike endurance race on a 6.5 kilometre course based around the Mystic MTB Park. 100% of profits from the event will be donated to the Alfred Hospital to support critical care services in the Emergency and Trauma Centre.
Want to just come to town and enjoy some time out, as you know, there is plenty to see and do.
If you love a market, September 15 there is the Bright Make it, Bake it, Grow it Market on at Howit park. Myrtleford has two markets coming up, the Myrtleford Flea market is starting up again September 8 and the Myrtleford Farmers Market is on September 29.
So whether it be a snow visit or a spring visit, we hope to see you soon.
The team at Bright Pine Valley