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Another Yarn Bombing Is Hitting The Tracks

Another Yarn Bombing Is Hitting The Tracks

Shhhh! Don’t tell anyone. I’ve been privy to one of the biggest secrets in town.

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Going inside Bendigo’s intimate foodie scene

Going inside Bendigo’s intimate foodie scene

What better way to discover a city than eating your way through its streets and learning about its history at the same time? The Food Fossicking Tour of Bendigo was everything I was expecting… a lively guided tour that’ll impress any foodie and reveals a slice of Bendigo’s finest food offerings.

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Striking Gold as a Miner for the Day

Did you know the deepest mine in Bendigo is so large, it could house Melbourne’s Eureka Tower with room to spare? Or that the method of blasting through rock walls in mines was invented in Bendigo, and that method was used in mines all over the world for many years?

48 Hours in Bendigo

48 Hours in Bendigo

We've found the best ways to make the most of your stay in Bendigo!

It's Almost Dragon Time

It's Almost Dragon Time

Story by a Bendigo mum - Forget the Easter bunny…Bendigo is counting down the sleeps until the Easter dragon comes.  We’re waiting for Sun Loong’s awakening, a traditional Chinese ceremony, when the Dance of the Lions will prise open his slumbering eyes.

Art on a Plate

Art on a Plate
​There are lots of reasons to love Masons of Bendigo.It could be because Nick and Sonia source all of their high quality produce, wine, beer and cider from local growers and makers. It could be because of their well-deserved accolades – including a One Chef's Hat from The Age Good Food Guide and a Gold at the recent Qantas Australian Tourism Awards...

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