Highlights of Bright

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Coral Lee

8 Barnard Street, Bright

Come in and be served by the gorgeous Sam and Leonie who run the cute country kitsch café Coral Lee, they provide seasonal and delicious breakfast and lunch. Best coffee in Bright!


Star Road, Bright  www.poplars.co.au

Charming and quaint restaurant, set in a side street of Bright, Poplars was the perfect setting to celebrate our anniversary. We kicked started the night off with some absinthe and had a wonderful array of French dishes, finishing with Chocolate Souffle.



Rok salt 

Camp Street, Bright

You can’t go past the hand cut chips and fluffy tempura batter here at the local fish and chip shop.


Bright Herbs & Organics

Meet Kerrie and Rodney Allemand, owners of the Bright Herbs and Organics. Pick a few things from their shop or straight from the garden out back. Have a taste of some healthy leaves and herbs before you buy.

6382 Great Alpine Road, Eurobin www.brightorganics.com.au

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3 Responses to Highlights of Bright

  1. Kenny says:

    Wow – those tempura F&C look super fine!

  2. Lady Rice Lady Rice says:

    They were as good as they look

  3. Tracey says:

    Good looking fish and chips!!

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