Sunset Dinner on Mount Buffalo

A Night to Remember

Close to Bright in north east Victoria, the granite mountain known as Mount Buffalo was one of the first National Parks in the region. It was established in 1898, and today covers over 30,000 hectares, encompassing the entire granite plateau and the majority of the forested foothills below. This extraordinary mountain is home to a number of unique plants found in no other part of Australia or the rest of the world and gives shelter to lyrebirds, wombats and possums amongst many other species.  

The highest point on Mount Buffalo is known as The Horn which sits at 1,723 metres above sea level.  It offers a cool haven in summer with phenomenal views over the surrounding landscape.  Our Sunset Dinners on The Horn are unforgettable experiences, bringing together the unique beauty, environment and history of this magical mountain.  

The event starts with an afternoon transfer at 2.30 pm from the centre of Bright up to the mountain.  We will walk on well-maintained mountain trails before arriving at The Horn as the sun is setting.  Dinner includes canapés and three courses prepared by us using the best locally-sourced fresh produce, matched with fabulous local wines from the area.  At the end of the evening you will be transferred back to Bright, around 9.30 pm.

Cost: AUD$225 per person inclusive of GST 
Single Supplement n/a

What's Included?

  • Two professional guides to look after your every need
  • Fully guided hike
  • Free transfers to and from Bright
  • Canapés and a 3 course dinner matched with excellent wines
  • Comprehensive pre-trip information

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Tour Highlights

Explore the cool climes of beautiful Mount Buffalo 
Dine as the sun is setting on this magical landscape
Taste delicious wines from the Ovens and King Valleys



Good trails, some short ups and downs, approx 9 km.




Bright has a wonderful selection of places to stay here we have more details of all the accommodations we are recommending in the area. 

Why not take a little longer and spend some time exploring north east Victoria?  We have more ideas on what to see and do in our beautiful and historic part of Australia.


Tour Dates

25 February 2023