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The Mountains

The Alpine National Park & Mt Buffalo National Park awaits...

The Alpine National Park covers 646,000 hectares, with Mount Bogong, Mount Feathertop and the rolling high plains its best known features.

The park is home to more than 1100 native plant species, 12 of which are only found here. Among its fauna is the rare mountain pygmy-possum, the world’s only exclusively alpine marsupial, which stores food to last through the winter.

The eucalypt forests at the foothills of the Victorian Alps are rich in wildflowers and native birdlife includes King Parrots, Crimsons Rosellas, Satin Bowerbirds, Pied Currawongs, Scarlet Robins and Blue Wrens.

Bright is the perfect spot to stay and be nurtured while enjoying the surrounding National Parks. Collect a park note from reception for further park information.


Mt Buffalo

30 kilometres west of Bright All-seasons resor...

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Dinner Plain

Population approximately 90 60 kil...

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Mt Hotham

45 kilometres from Bright Situated above the s...

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Falls Creek

One of Australia’s premiere alpine resorts 55 ...

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