With a rich history dating back to the 1800’s, there’s plenty to see and do in this beautiful city. Take a tour of the gold mines, explore the city by hop-on-hop-off tram, experience the impressive art works at Bendigo Art Gallery and
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Vintage Talking Tram
Visit Greater Bendigo National Park with its unique box-ironbark forests, stunning wildflowers, native birds, bushwalking and cycling trails. Try recreational fossicking if you hold a current Miners Right.
Bendigo PotteryEmbrace your creativity at Australia’s oldest working pottery, founded in 1858. Try your hand at clay play, pottery painting or wheel throwing lessons. Shop for elegant handmade tableware and cookware. See one of the world’s most significant collections of wood fired kilns at the museum.
Wine and beer
Wine and beerScenic wine trails, vineyard tours, food and wine festivals, boutique bars with craft beers and ciders. You’re guaranteed to find something spectacular brewing in the Bendigo region. With more than 120 wineries and breweries to choose from, where do you start?
Bendigo Art Gallery
Bendigo Art GalleryFounded in 1887, the Bendigo Art Gallery Collection has grown to showcase the diverse history of Australian art and design. With more then 5,000 works, there’s plenty to see and do on your visit.
World-class food, beverages, artisans and musicians… the Bendigo region is renowned for its diverse cultural offerings. In 2019, Bendigo became the first Australian city to be recognised as a City of Gastronomy by the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.