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Exploring Bendigo

Situated around 150 kilometres northwest of Melbourne and surrounded by a picturesque valley, Bendigo is a major centre for heritage and cultural tourists. It is filled with beautiful Victorian-era architecture, many examples of which are on the Victorian Heritage Register, including the Bendigo Town Hall, Fortuna Villa and the Shamrock Hotel, which is still open today. All of these historical buildings were built by architect William Charles Vahland, along with plenty of others, transforming the city into the grand city that it is today.


Bendigo is also home to the lovely Rosalind Park, a Victorian-style garden found right in the city centre. Walk up the adjacent Camp Hill to Poppet Head Lookout for some scenic views of the region. Lake Weeroona makes up the northeast corner of the city and is next to the Bendigo Botanical Gardens. The lake and gardens are home to ducks, purple swamp hens, owls and lizards as well as numerous other native animal species, and a visit here makes for a pleasant afternoon.

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Bendigo is the On the McIvor, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Stay Social in Bendigo as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sights nearby

There are numerous attractions easily accessible from Bendigo that make for great day trips. The city also boasts a great selection of hotels that range from budget to high-end luxury.


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Located on the edge of the city, this former gold mine allows visitors to experience a true mining experience through underground tunnels. Climb up and down ladders and explore deep down into the mines, seeing various types of drilling rigs and demonstrations to learn about the gold rush era that allowed the city to grow into what it is today. Tours include lunch or a snack and last from 75 minutes to four hours, depending on the tour chosen, with the most extensive tour dropping 228 metres underground.


- Bendigo Wine Region


Famous for its shiraz, the Bendigo Wine Region has been thriving since the late 1800s thanks to Jacques Bladier, who planted the region’s first vine in 1855. Wine from the region has been internationally acclaimed since 1873 and today there are over 30 wineries in the area. Wine lovers can easily go on a self-guided tour of the region and enjoy a day of fabulous wine accompanied by a gourmet lunch. The Quality Resort All Seasons is a great hotel to use as a base for enjoying the Bendigo Wine Region.


- Greater Bendigo National Park


Part of the Bendigo Box-Ironbark Region, this protected park is classified as an Important Bird Area due to its endangered swift parrots, diamond firetails and flame robins, among other woodland birds. It is a haven for bird lovers as well as outdoor lovers who wish to go hiking, horseback riding or camping. Spend a night camping at Mulga Dam, Notley, Rush Dam or Loeser to truly enjoy the natural beauty of the park.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Bendigo has a fantastic selection of fine dining restaurants that have extensive wine menus, or visitors can stroll along Bull Street for a great selection of casual restaurants. Many of the nearby wineries also have excellent gourmet restaurants, perfect for a romantic evening out, while View Street has some great bars in which to sip on wine or beer in a relaxed atmosphere. The City Centre Motel is within walking distance of many great restaurants and bars in Bendigo.

Public transport

Most visitors arrive via Melbourne, either by car along the Calder Freeway or by train from Melbourne's Southern Cross Station. Local buses travel around Bendigo and a tourist hop-on/hop-off tram runs along the city’s main street. Most local buses start in the central business district and radiate out into Bendigo’s suburbs.

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