Are you looking for the perfect tree change escape? An escape that will stay in your memory as one of the most beautiful for years to come? Then a trip to Bright should be at the top of your list and the gateway for everything Bright has to offer is the Discovery Parks Bright.
Bright is popular for travellers wanting to access the ski resorts of Mount Hotham and Falls Creek in the winter months and outdoor types who love hiking and biking in the summer months. There are a few caravan parks in Bright, Northern Victoria, some located in town some located on the outskirts of town but one that has it all is the Discovery Park.
5 things we loved about Discovery Parks Bright
Discovery Parks Bright is located 10 kilometres from Bright in an area called Freeburgh, which sits in a stunning valley surrounded by breathtaking forests that cover the hills on each side. The Ovens River weaves its way through the landscape at the side of the park, you can even pitch your tent just next to the bank of the river.
As I just touched on, the location is fantastic for those that like peace and quiet and a touch of nature. You can sit out front of your cabin, van or tent and hear the Ovens River flowing past. The River is good for fishing, goldpanning, swimming and getting wet on warm days.
The chirping of birds is a pleasant way to wake up in the morning. You may even get some inquisitive birds hopping around your site.
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The Discovery Parks Bright allows you to bring your dog with you as long as it is on a lead, and you clean up any mess the dog makes. The park has one of the special features you only seem to find at a Discovery Parks location. Discovery Parks Bright has a dog wash bath that can be used to keep your dog clean and tidy.
There is plenty of space near the park to take your dogs for a walk and let them off the leash.
Coffee at the Burgh
Discovery Parks Bright has its own coffee stand that is open on a weekend between 8-11 serving up some amazing Barista made coffee that will keep even the most ardent coffee snob happy.
Nothing is better than a latte, cappuccino or flat white to get you going before heading out and exploring the surrounding towns, rail trails of Bright or local wineries.
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All good holiday parks these days need a variety of kids facilities for visiting families. At Bright Discovery Park, you will find a swimming pool, half-court basketball and tennis court, playground and a giant jumping pillow.
Deck chairs surround the pool, so parents can get comfortable while monitoring their kids in the pool. At the front office, there is a games room for kids to use and play video games, just quietly. Maybe even the parents will enjoy this!
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There is a number of different cabin options to suit couples, families and groups accommodating up to 7 people. The cabins are comfortable with all the modern amenities you would expect such as a hotplate, flat-screen TV, couch, dining table and comfortable beds.
Discovery Parks Bright always has the cabin stocked with things you may not have thought of such as dishwashing detergent, tea towels, some milk, tea, coffee and hot chocolate to get you started. In the shower, you will find complimentary soap, body wash and shampoo for you to use.
We loved our time staying at Discovery Parks Bright property, it was peaceful, relaxing and comfortable. The park managers would stop for a chat and recommend surrounding sites and attractions for you to see which is invaluable to people who have never visited the area before. Bright Discovery Parks is the perfect location for your holiday to North East Victoria.
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We hope this article from us here at Explore Victoria has inspired you to embark on your adventure in Victoria, Australia, from popular caravan parks and pristine beaches to drives along the Great Ocean Road. Enjoy weekends away on the Mornington Peninsula and discover the cosmopolitan charm of Melbourne, Victoria, with a range of experiences for every traveller who wants to visit Victoria.
Whether you’re drawn to the rugged beauty of the Grampians, the cultural richness of Ballarat, or the autumn colours of Bright and Northern Victoria, there’s no shortage of hidden gems waiting to be discovered in Victoria.
Even if you love exploring Gippsland or driving the Great Alpine Road, Victoria has something special for you, and there is so much more for you to discover. If you are looking for more incredible and best places to visit in Melbourne or more travel in Victoria destinations, Explore Victoria has some more articles below for you to check out. Expand your horizons and get out and about in Victoria, Australia, for an unforgettable experience.
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Mark Wyld is a passionate writer and explorer, weaving tales inspired by a deep love for his home state of Victoria. With local knowledge, Mark seeks to share insights and experiences that captivate and inspire readers. When not immersed in writing, you can find him working in Disability Support or spending time with family and friends. Follow Mark for a journey through Victoria’s best sights, tastes and attractions.