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The Bendigo Experience

Location: 76 Violet St, Bendigo

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Your pass to discover our city's treasures!

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The Bendigo Experience is a convenient multi-attraction pass that offers visitors 15-20% off admission at four of Bendigo’s treasured tourist attractions.

Tickets valid for six months from date of purchase.

It is the best way to experience Bendigo's highlights and includes:

Bendigo Pottery Interpretive Museum: Bendigo Pottery is Australia's oldest working pottery. It was established in 1858 and features the most significant collection of heritage-listed, wood-fired kilns in the world.

Central Deborah Gold Mine: Mine Experience Tour. Don a hard hat and miner's lamp to descend 61 metres underground and walk in the footsteps of miners who discovered almost one tonne of the world’s most precious metal, gold. Children need to be at least 3 years of age to descend underground.

Golden Dragon Museum: Experience a living history of the Chinese people of Bendigo from the gold rush to the present at the Golden Dragon Museum – Victoria’s first accredited museum.

Vintage ‘Talking’ Tram Tours: Be delighted by the historic wide streets and remarkable architecture that serve as a reminder of the city founded on Australia’s richest goldfield. Your tram will recount Bendigo's golden past, famous people and unparalleled wealth of this grand backdrop.

Like the sound of the Bendigo Experience Pass but would like more hands on activities? Try the Bendigo Explorer Pass. The Bendigo Explorer Pass includes: Central Deborah Gold Mine: Underground Adventure Tour, 2.5 hours, 85 metres underground. Bendigo Pottery: Wheel Throwing Lesson. Bendigo Tramways: Vintage 'Talking' Tram Tour. Golden Dragon Museum: Entry and Chinese Walking Tour. Find out more: http://www.bendigotourism.com/tours/bendigo-cbd/bendigo-explorer-pass

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received at any time will incur an administration fee from the Bendigo Visitor Centre of $27.50.
A full refund is available prior to tickets being collected from the Visitor Information Centre.