Raffle & Shop
Artists & Program
Artists from Previous Years
We are currently updating this page but will have more information on the following shortly.
In the meantime you can contact the very helpful staff at the Alpine Visitor Information Centre for information about the area. (03) 5755 0584 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that we have now have a lot of information on our Accommodation page.
Bright enjoys a mild climate. The average minimum for November is 7.5C, average maximum 23.8C, and can expect around 80mm of rain over an average of 10 days. It is 319m above sea level.
ParkingThere is plenty of car parking including disabled parking around the Bright Community Hall and the other smaller venues that we may be using. AlcoholPetsWe can't have pets, including dogs, inside any of our venues unless they are a guide dog or registered Service animal.
Disabled accessThe Bright Community Centre and Senior Citizens hall are both wheelchair accessible. We'll up date this once we know about wheelchair access to the other smaller venues that we may use.
Bright (and nearby Porepunkah) Bright and Porepunkah, about 5 minutes away, have between them a wide range of amenities for visitors. In addition to a Woolworths and an IGA there are shops selling clothing, antiques, homewares and hardware. There are hotels, a brewery, restaurants and cafes, a newsagent, a pharmacy, doctors’ surgeries, a vet, several petrol stations, and an op shop.See our Accommodation page for a list of the caravan parks and accommodation booking services for the region. For more information about Bright and surrounds see:https://www.visitbright.com.au/
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