Fun for all at Bright Spring Fes­ti­val

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PHO­TOS: Gra­ham Gales

BRIGHT was again the place to be this pre- Mel­bourne Cup week­end and there was plenty for hol­i­day­mak­ers to see and do dur­ing what, for many, was a four­day break.

Bright Spring Fes­ti­val Fire­works Spec­tac­u­lar quite lit­er­ally went off with a bang on Satur­day with many call­ing the py­rotech­nic dis­play the best ever.

Ear­lier on Satur­day pun­ters flocked to Centenary Park for Oktoberfest while the crowds re­turned just as strongly on Sun­day af­ter­noon.

De­spite in­clement early morn­ing weather on Mon­day the mas­sive Ro­tary Spring Mar­ket went ahead in the heart of town while a lit­tle rain failed to de­ter run­ners who de­scended on Bright for the Four Peaks Chal­lenge.

TOP DAY: Bendigo cou­ple Re­becca and Lukas No­vak loved Satur­day af­ter­noon’s fes­tiv­i­ties.

FAM­ILY AF­FAIR: Finn, Sam and Ni­amh Dev­ereux en­joy an ice-cream with their mum Cass.

PLENTY TO SEE: Tom and Justin Craw­ley and Ric Wil­liamson en­joyed the night’s en­ter­tain­ment.

NIGHT OUT: Libby and Rudi Kat­terl made sure not to miss out on this year’s ‘Spec­tac­u­lar’.

FUN: Clau­dia Cal­ing jumped at the chance to take a pony ride.

TRA­DI­TIONAL MU­SIC: Bruno Spiller added to the Oktoberfest at­mos­phere on his ac­cor­dion.

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