Things To Do & Events
The best thing about staying at the Riverview Caravan Park is that you have an endless choice of things to see and do. Whatever your interests or preferred time of year, there is always something that will delight and excite. There is the most beautiful birdlife in the area as well as bike & walking trails, 4WD, trail biking, horse riding, Golf, waterfalls and wonderful restaurants and wineries.
Drive, walk, cycle, swim, climb, glide … explore the gorges, waterfalls, views across the Victorian Alps, and the historical Mt Buffalo Chalet. Entrance to Mt Buffalo National Park is free of charge!
Porepunkah and Bright are packed with things to see, taste, try and enjoy. And when they run out, there’s still Wandiligong and Harrietville to check out. Just follow the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail.
See the website for more info.
There is plenty of fishing you can do in our region from the banks of our river at the park to visiting Mountain Fresh Trout & Salmon Farm in Harrietville – please follow the website link to find out more about Mountain Fresh Trout & Salmon Farm.
The Brighter Days Festival is a 3 day family friendly fundraising event held annually on the Vic Labour Day weekend at Pioneer Park, in the beautiful north eastern Victorian township of Bright. Visit their website for tickets and further information.
Hotham Alpine Resort is a favourite destination for skiing and snowboarding, but did you know that it’s open all year round?
Summer is a great time to explore the range of Iconic Tracks & Trails of the Mt Hotham Alpine Resort and surrounding Alpine National Park. The Bushwalking Season lasts about 7 months and opens Melbourne Cup Weekend in November and closes mid-May.
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Every November, this iconic event showcases vehicles built before 1977. It is such a wonderful event for the area and for all involved. Don’t Miss Out on this exciting weekend.
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North Eastern Victoria and the Alpine Region is one of the most popular areas for the enthisiast bird watcher. Reported sighting around the park are Maned Duck · Pacific Black Duck · Australasian Grebe · Dusky Moorhen · Masked Lapwing · Black-fronted Dotterel · Pacific Heron · White-faced Heron.
The website link Ebird has sightings in the area and the location.
Enjoy chirp chirp