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

    Cheshunt in the King Valley.

    A travel blog entry by davenjules on Jun 12, 2015

    41 photos

    Because our house sit in Rutherglen ended abruptly we were rescued from our dilemma by our wonderful friends Lyn & Graham out in the wonderful little village of Cheshunt in the King Valley Wine Region.

    On our way we stopped at Wangaratta for a cuppa and a bite to eat and got to enjoy the wonderful changing landscape of winter, all the colours of the autumn leaves and the chill of what was to come in winter...yay...lol.

    Myrtleford had their annual Italian festival ...

    A two-wheeled week

    A travel blog entry by alan.bolitho on May 22, 2015

    4 comments, 49 photos

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    We spent our last night in our own beds so I could unload all my 'credit card camping’ gear.

    One the last day we rode through more motorcycling heaven including the St Andrews – Kinglake Road. It was eerie riding ...

    Historic Beechworth

    A travel blog entry by bryonandlucinda on Dec 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... Historic Park with its spectacular views of the granite valleys ended the day's sightseeing. Again on the Ned Kelly theme, it's suggested that the view to the west contains the lookout used by Ned and his gang.

    Incidentally this scenic drive starts at the Golden Horseshoes Monument, which commemorates an event where a candidate for parliament allegedly rode a horse which was shod with shoes made of gold provided by local miners.



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    Scotland. 29th May 2014

    A travel blog entry by barry_lywood on May 29, 2014

    8 comments, 8 photos

    ... Railway etc. We returned to Broughty Ferry for a bit of rest and relaxation from constant travelling and have been staying fairly close to home however yesterday we did go to Loch Tay about 50 miles away. The Loch makes up part of the route of the River Tay which is 120miles long ( the longest river in Scotland). The mouth of this river is two blocks from Kate and Graham's when it goes out to the North Sea. Hope you are all well. I will try and be more regular with my blog ...

    High country Victoria - Buckland Valley to Dargo

    A travel blog entry by egans on Apr 16, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... reason dad was allowed to get diff lockers a few years back to give you an idea of how steep it is from mums point of view.
    In Dargo we went our seperate ways saying our goodbyes to the last of the family. Still feels a bit surreal to not see them for so long but maybe they can come visit us along the way **hint hint!

    Next stop is Lakes Entrance to power up, top up and shower up!


    Until next time,


    Riss and Aaron
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