Welcome to Beautiful Bendigo!
Bendigo is a vibrant contemporary regional centre, boasting beautiful streets created from one of the world’s greatest gold rushes. Every visit will reveal new surprises and experiences. With the gusto of a gold-seeking miner, the people who live here are creating fascinating products, services and stories that add to the richness of the region’s boom time past. It is an ever-changing feast to be explored. Nearby Heathcote has not missed the beat with artisans of food, wine and art flocking to be part of the action.
Meet Bendigo's Official Accommodation, Tour and Ticketing Specialists
The Bendigo Visitor Centre is the best place to start your Bendigo experience. It is a one-stop shop for accommodation bookings, event information and bookings, things to do information, historical details and for finding the perfect Bendigo memento.
Bendigo is a vibrant contemporary regional centre, boasting beautiful streets created from one of the world’s greatest gold rushes. Visit Bendigo Toursim website to discover more!
Bendigo Shopping - an Eclectic, Modern Range
While surrounded by the beauty and grandeur of another time, shopping in cosmopolitan Bendigo is firmly set in the now.
Explore gracious buildings, sweeping boulevards and a rich network of laneways – Bendigo has been re-invigorated with sheer innovation and flair to create a thriving dining and shopping scene! The city centre is renowned for its easy access and you’ll be sure to enjoy the vibrant ambience as you stroll at your own pace.
Dining in Bendigo - Foodies Heaven!
Local blended coffee wafts through the air from funky cafes that exude our relaxed way of life. Foodie haunts offer fresh local produce and gourmet finesse, and charming pubs are firmly steeped in the region’s essence. A new Food Fossicking pocket guide brings it all together for the gourmet traveller.
Gold rush architecture creates the backdrop for sidewalk dining with a European feel. In case you need to know that others have given their stamp of approval on eating establishments, there are six local restaurants in the The Age Good Food Guide 2013. There’s The Dispensary Enoteca, Wine Bank on View, GPO Bar & Grill, Bouchon, Whirrakee Restaurant and Masons of Bendigo.
There is always plently to do in Bendigo. Find out what's on at The Capital Theatre. The Capital, Bendigo's Performing Arts Centre, presents a year round program of arts activities with over 150 performances and many exhibitions held each year.