Grevillea Gardens

Address: 2-4 Gavan Street (Great Alpine Rd), Bright, Victoria, 3741, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2-4 Gavan Street (Great Alpine Rd), Bright.
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      Travel Blogs from Bright

      Into the Snomy mtns...

      A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Mar 15, 2015

      16 photos

      ... front of a bakery...seemed like the place to stop. Could not even get in the front door with everybody saying hi and asking me things. Seems like they were having a weekend ride. Everybody was uber nice and they all wanted to know about Canada. After saying gday...was time to hit the road again. I ended up in Beauty. Found a park to take a break and just sprawled out in the park on the grass....was awesome. Looked up and holy ...

      Terrified Strawberry Shortbread Eater

      A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Mar 15, 2015

      5 photos

      ... come again someday! It'll probably take a while to upgrade to a more difficult track but I'd be totally content just getting to grips with this, Level One Beginner route. Maybe I'll even be able to cycle the entire thing in a oner one day and not hop off at all the sharp turns and awkward clumps of rock!

      Perhaps I'm feeling like this because, for the entire trip, Matt was sending out a steady stream of encouragements and dozens of, "I'm so proud of you!"
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      Upriver

      A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Nov 11, 2014

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... mountains. The highest ranges have a hint of a treeline, but from this distance it looks like tree covered. To the east the views are of some low hills and then the endless plains of farmland into a hazy distance. Standing at 1728m the wind is quite chilly. Sweaters are still needed. We need the info on top to calculate the final coordinates of the elusive cache. It is 50m down from the top, and when at GZ (ground zero) it definitely looks familiar. We have ...

      The Great Alpine Road

      A travel blog entry by lambfry on May 14, 2014

      15 photos

      ... This time last year was a different story. The place is huge. There were so many motels and resorts all built along the hills. Once you get there you leave your car and only use the designated buses. They must pull in the cash when it's operating. We carried on to a town called Bright. Once again we were surrounded by beautiful autumn colours and trees lining the streets. We booked ourselves into a motel then walked to the local ...

      Week 1, 27 December - 2 January: Sydney to Bright

      A travel blog entry by cornelson8363 on Jan 02, 2014

      11 photos

      ... and a beer at the Huskie pub. Huskisson is nothing like the sleepy village it once was. I spent lazy summer holidays there as a child when my Granma Cec lived in the last house in Owen Street. The pub would not be out of place in Watsons Bay or Newport. An hour or so over a beer with my Uncle John and Aunt Anne in nearby St Georges Basin preceded the slow drive south to Bermagui.

      Neither Jane nor I remember ever stopping in ...