Bright Pictorial Heritage 1850 to 2011

Old Tobacco Sheds and Gold Museum

About this Project
Brief History of Bright
Historical Timeline
Old Tobacco Sheds and Gold Museum
Boys' Camp
Bright Cemetery
Courthouse and Lockup
Beautiful Trees in Bright
Memorial Arboretum
Gold Mining
Canyon Gold Sluicing Site
Freeburgh and Germantown
Baker's Gully Reserve
Bright Railway 1890 to 1983
Early Horseraces
Early Miniature Car Races
Huggin's Lookout
Clear Spot, Apex, Tower Hill Lookouts
Walking Tracks
References and Bibliography

2011 Sheds

Located on the Great Alpine Road, the Old Tobacco Sheds are on the left about 500 metres before you enter Bright when coming from Porepunkah.

The Sheds represent an important element of the Heritage of Bright, the Region and Australia..

The sheds tastefully display the art of mixing the old with the new - Antiques and bric-a-brac,Collectables,Books, Records, Retro room, Art Gallery, Motor Sport, China, Kitchen ware and unusual giftware.

On three landscaped acres you may also enjoy a play area for children and shady picnic spots There are drinks available for sale.

Visit the Gold Museum and the Tobacco Museum, for which a small admission fee is charged, highlighting 100 years of history of gold mining and the tobacco industry in Australia.

2011 Sheds

2011 Sheds

2011 Sheds

Comments welcome, to  Bob Padula