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).

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    Bendigo Talking Trams

    As soon as you step aboard a Vintage Talking Tram and see the craftsmanship that has gone into restoring each vehicle, you will appreciate why Bendigo’s trams are such an integral part of the city’s identity.

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    Bendigo Art Gallery

    Presenting a dynamic and varied temporary exhibition program including significant international exhibitions alongside national touring exhibitions, curated exhibitions and solo exhibitions by contemporary Australian artists.

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    Golden Dragon Museum

    The Golden Dragon Museum is decribed as the ‘Chinese Cultural Centre of Australia’. The museum opened in 1991 to document, interpret and preserve the Chinese heritage in Australia.

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Bendigo Pottery

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.

 

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    Ulumburra Theatre

    Ulumbarra – meaning gather together or meeting place in the language of the Dja Dja Wurrung people is the name given to this theatre.

    Representing not only the use of the site as a community theatre for all to gather and enjoy the performances of local and international talent, the name reflects the original indigenous use of the site as a lookout and meeting place.

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