The Alpine Visitor Information Centre is situated in Bright; the heart of the North East, just three and a half hours from Melbourne travelling along the Hume Highway.
The surrounding townships include Porepunkah, Harrietville, Wandiligong, Myrtleford, Mount Buffalo, Mount Beauty and Mount Hotham. They provide an extraordinary array of experiences for any visitor ranging from serene activities such as bush walking, wining and dining through to more extreme activities including mountain biking, hang gliding and ski touring. Victoria's Alpine High Country offers opportunities for young and old, especially families.
Bright provides a broad selection of accommodation including motels, hotels, bed and breakfasts, caravan parks, self-contained properties and rural cottages. Bookings can be made online on the website.
The variety of restaurants, cafes, bakeries and wineries offer an endless array of fine food, superb wine, and an atmosphere to suit any mood.
The Alpine Visitor Information Centre is a welcoming and inspiring place highly regarded by visitors. It is an accredited centre, open seven days a week. The friendly staff will be more than happy to help you with all of your enquiries and assist with planning your holiday to make the most of your visit to Victoria's Alpine High Country, within the Alpine Shire and surrounding regions.
The Alpine Visitor Information Centre also stocks an interesting range of maps, books, local produce, souvenirs and gifts, as well as information on the whole of Victoria.
Call into the Alpine Visitor Information Centre in Bright today for more information to ensure you to make the most out of your stay in Bright and surrounds.
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