Looking for accommodation in Porepunkah? At the foot of the majestic Mt Buffalo, in a stunning location, Porepunkah Bridge Holiday Park sits on the banks of the Ovens River. Filled with deciduous trees, there is plenty of shade in Summer and beautiful colours in Autumn.
The accommodation consists of a full range of Cabins equipped with all the modern cons. We can accommodate up to 6 people, powered and unpowered sites, with river frontage. A few of the attractions we have for you are
Nestled in the Victorian High Country, we have a beautiful natural Park that provides all the modern amenities you need. The Park is walking distance to the Punkah Pantry, the Punka Pub and the Rail Trail Café. It is only a short drive or cycle to Bright’s town centre.
Blessed with all four seasons, there is something to do all year round. The surrounding mountains host many outdoor activities such as:
Being in the Victorian Alps region, the Park is the perfect location for a weekend getaway to the snow. Be it for skiing or snowboarding at Mt Hotham and Falls Creek, or tobogganing and snow play on Mt Buffalo. A vibrant restaurant culture, including two wineries and a brewery provide the ideal atmosphere for those seeking to enjoy local fresh produce.
Address: 36 Mt Buffalo Road, Porepunkah VIC
Phone: (03) 5756 2380
More accommodation in Porepunkah can be found at the Porepunkah Pines Holiday Park. This colourful park is situated on the Ovens River at the foot of Mount Buffalo. It is only a 5 minute drive to Bright or a beautiful 25 minute ride along the scenic Rail Trail.
With a range of great accommodation options there is something to meet everyones needs. Should you be looking for a campsite, cabin or more spacious home we have a range of options available.
We believe our Holiday Park has something to appeal to all tourists. Take a leisurely stroll along the river track to Porepunkah. Or cross the swing bridge and take the walking track thru forgotten Chinese gold diggings to the Porepunkah golf course.
The region is well known for its stunning scenery and autumn colours. It’s also known for its wine, beef and a wide variety of other produce. These include berries, apples, chestnuts, hops, olives and walnuts just to name a few. Sample the local produce at the region’s wineries, breweries, restaurants and fresh food markets. The kids can even pick their own berries at Bright Berry Farm in summer.
For the more adventurous try: