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Bendigo has an interesting history, with the area flourishing since its foundation in 1851. Gold mining drove the development of the town and while visiting the region you can still see many interesting sites, including the Central Deborah Gold Mine, Bendigo Stock Exchange, Golden Dragon Museum, Bendigo Tramways, Bendigo Art Gallery and the old Victorian architecture of the town. Tour a dark gold mine, see Grace Kelly’s fashion collection, ride a steam train or discover an ironbark forest. A campervan hire in Bendigo is the perfect way to explore the region.
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BIG4 Tasman Holiday Parks sits at 15 Heinz Street in Ascot, near several Bendigo attractions including the Golden Dragon Museum, Central Deborah Gold Mine and Vintage Talking Tram. The park offers a variety of cabins as well as ensuite and powered sites. Its park facilities include a barbecue, playground, swimming pool, camp kitchen and mini golf.
Big4 Bendigo Park Holiday Park is located at 761 Mclvor Highway, close to central Bendigo and many popular local attractions. The park offers a selection of cabins along with powered and unpowered sites. Its facilities include a swimming pool, playground, barbecue, outdoor fire pit, and a spa.
Bendigo Art Gallery sits at 42 View Street in Bendigo. Founded in 1887, the venue is one of Australia’s largest and oldest galleries, and it is well known for its exhibits, programs and events. The gallery is open daily from 10am to 5pm.
Bendigo Tramways can be found within the city of Bendigo. It is a popular tourist tramway that served the population of Bendigo as a prime public mode of transportation during the later part the 19th century.
Big Bendi Water Slide is located at 109 Watson Street. It is a water wonderland perfect for events and people of all ages wanting to have fun and cool off.
Central Deborah Gold Mine lies at 76 Violet Street. The site is a testament to Bendigo’s gold mining history, and tours offer a glimpse of what is was like for gold miners in the 19th century.
Victorian Goldfields Railway is a popular tourist train with history going back to 1884, with the single-track line stretching from Maldon to Castlemaine. Riding this historic steam train enables you to experience the past and the sights that it showcases along the way.