The 1960s is remembered as a dynamic decade; a time of great social and political change. This exhibition features the insights and memorabilia of a selection of local people who grew up, lived and worked in Bendigo during that decade.Read More
The Post Office Gallery interprets the Bendigo’s rich and dynamic history. It hosts a changing annual exhibition program of collections, artefacts and material that explores the history of the region.
The Gallery is housed in the grand former Post Office building, in the heart of town on Pall Mall.
We are open every day (except Christmas Day) 9am-5pm.
The Sandhurst Public Offices on Pall Mall were built during the city’s prosperous gold era and officially opened on 30 September 1887. This grand Renaissance Revival-style building operated as the city’s post office for over a century, until Australia Post moved into their new city facility at the corner of Williamson and Hargreaves streets in 1996.
The former Post Office building is also home to Bendigo’s tourist information centre.
Bendigo is known for its heritage and culture. The city’s attractions include the Capital Theatre, the Golden Dragon Museum, the Central Deborah Mine and Bendigo Tramway’s Talking Trams.
Pall Mall, Bendigo
Tel: +61 3 5434 6088
Bendigo Art Gallery, established in 1887, has played, and continues to play an important role in the local Bendigo community.Read more
Mapping great change: the landscape of central Victoria explored significant historical and cultural changes occurring upon and within theRead more
Celebrating 150 years: rail in Bendigo and the Bendigo Brass Band explored the long and proud history of the rail industry in Bendigo andRead more
Hidden Worlds offered a peek into recent archaeological excavations undertaken in Bendigo with a focus on the 2009 dig at 10–16 Forest StrRead more
Pride of Place celebrated the City of Greater Bendigo’s impressive early growth – the commitment of our towns to become self-sustaining coRead more
Beginning in Bendigo celebrated the achievements of the city’s innovators, from the Myer department store to the infamous showground favouRead more
The first exhibition launched at Post Office Gallery, Naming Bendigo examined the first 55 years of Bendigo’s settlement, through the nomeRead more
The City of Greater Bendigo acknowledges the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands across Bendigo.
We acknowledge and pay respect to their Elders past present and emerging.