42 View St, Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
Bendigo Art GalleryView on map
1-11 Bridge St, Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
Golden Dragon MuseumView on map
1 Williamson St, Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
Rosalind ParkView on map
13 View Point, Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
View Point Handmade GalleryView on map
37-39 Pall Mall, Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
Soldiers Memorial Institute Military Museum BendigoView on map
51-67 Pall Mall, Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
Post Office GalleryView on map
West Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
Bendigo StadiumView on map
Ascot VIC 3551, Australia
Bendigo RacecourseView on map
1 Gildea Ln, East Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
The Zone Fun ParkView on map
4 Lansell St, East Bendigo VIC 3550
Bendigo Woollen Mills
Bendigo Woollen Mills is located in the historic gold mining town of Bendigo in Central Victoria - north of Melbourne. The company was started by two local families in Kangaroo Flat and moved to its current location back in 1988. We currently employ approximately 30 staff members full-time, running three shifts in the factory. This means our machinery is working 24 hours a day 5 days a week to keep up with customer demand.
We are Australia's largest hand knitting & crafting yarn mail order manufacturer, with a huge variety of different yarns and colours to choose from. We do several mailings via Australia Post each year to keep in touch with our customers, letting them know about new yarns and patterns available. We also keep in touch with our customers electronically using emails and social media (Facebook & Instagram).
We use only the most luxurious natural fibres available. Our method of hank dyeing results in a softer, fuller end product. The wool produced is from Australian grown wool from the NSW Highlands region. We also produce yarns with other fibres including Alpaca, Mohair, Silk, Milk fiber, Bamboo and Cotton.
146 Midland Hwy, Epsom VIC 3551
For over 150 years Bendigo Pottery has been famous for creating high quality ceramics. A major tourist attraction, the pottery offers visitors a unique combination of great shopping, hands on clay experiences and the opportunity to step back in time.
Bendigo Pottery features include:
- Extensive retail outlet
- Demonstrations of hand throwing by potters
- Hands on activities including making your own pot on a wheel and clay play
- Interpretive Museum featuring a theatrette inside an historic wood fired kiln
- Café for light meals and great coffee
- Galleries with works by other local potters, artists and sculptors
- Antique and Collectables Centre with over 40 sites
- Bespoke tableware for restaurants
Bendigo Pottery is open from 9.00am to 5.00pm every day of the week (closed Christmas Day).
The retail area and museum are wheelchair accessible and there is a wheelchair available for use on the site
1 Tramways Ave, Bendigo VIC 3550
Bendigo Tramways has been in operation since June 1890. From that time, the citizens of Bendigo have experienced battery, steam and electric traction as the principal modes of propulsion for their trams.
76 Violet St, Bendigo VIC 3550
Central Deborah Gold Mine
At Bendigo’s Central Deborah Gold Mine you can explore the hidden underground tunnels of a real gold mine that operated during the gold rush boom of the 1900s. Descending to the depths of Bendigo, you are sure to catch gold fever on the famous Mine Experience Tour (61 metres underground), the exciting Underground Adventure Tour (85 metres underground) or Australia’s deepest underground mine tour, Nine Levels of Darkness (228 metres underground). Central Deborah Gold Mine was awarded Victoria’s Heritage and Cultural Attraction of the Year in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Napier St Bendigo
Lake Weeroona is the jewel in Bendigo’s crown. This beautiful ornamental lake and reserve, set on 18 hectares, was transformed from a dusty mining area in the 1870s. Take a walk around the picturesque lake, enjoy a coffee, a heart warming meal or a delicious homemade gelato. The kids will love the amazing playground and the wide open space to burn off some energy. To make the visit even more exciting, catch a vintage tram from the city centre to the lake.