Ovens Valley Motor Inn

Cnr Great Alpine Rd & Ashwood Ave, Bright, Victoria, 3741, Australia | Motel
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This motel is located on Cnr Great Alpine Rd & Ashwood Ave, Bright.
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    Travel Blogs from Bright

    Time in the Baltic

    A travel blog entry by barry_lywood on Jul 24, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... high Toompea Hill and was ruled by German Aristocrats while the Lower Town was a free merchant town. We enjoyed a lovely concert in the Cathedral with the artists using traditional instruments. St Petersburgh was our next port of call where we had two days to explore. I had visited St Petersburgh way back in 1972 when it was the old Leningrad and I must admit it has changed for the better. Noticeably there was much more colour on the streets, buildings were more ...

    Farmhouse Dederang

    A travel blog entry by mazzie on Jul 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... know for the pace Ned Kelly the bushranger who was tried in court, found guilty of several murders and sentenced to hanging. We visited the Burke museum and the strolled around the Court House which was brilliantly restored and we were greeted by a man in costume of the Ned Kelly period 1870s. We had lunch at the brewery in town and I ate the best pie I've had in years ! We motored onto Millawa close to the Hume highway and know for it's cheese factory and ...

    Farmhouse Dederang

    A travel blog entry by mazzie on Jul 02, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Job was to put out a bale of straw for the cows lifted by the tractor. We opened gates and as darkness fell we tracked down the cows and herded into the relevant fields due feeding - easier said than done ! Ella had a turn at the controls on the tractor and we finally returned to house for dinner. What a trouper Di is - hard working and clearly loves her work on the farm. Dinner was simple - omelettes ...

    Canberra to the Snowy Mountains

    A travel blog entry by eliznabertus on Jun 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... spectacular and we drive through Bright and historic Beechworth. I'd say hidden gems for sure and as if this hasn't been enough, Harrietsville itself its qaint AS!!!! I think we can stay here forever!!! Even the people at Cazbak Alphine cabins are so nice, which just makes it even nicer. We manage to get here early enough so we can still goto the ski shop (just 20m from where we stay) ...

    Wandering in Wandiligong (where?)

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 12, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    We took the train to Wandiligong along with Judy to visit friends of hers, Jurgen and Pam. Wandiligong is located about 3 hours northeast of Melbourne in the foothills of the Australian Alps. It is so small that most Australians we spoke to had never heard of it; so small that only 281 people live there according to the 2006 census. The fact that it even exists is due to the gold rush in the 1850s and the town structure is suitable for retirement which is what Jurgen and Pam have done ...