When it comes to the best place in Victoria for a holiday or a weekend away, Bendigo has it all. Only 2 hours drive from Melbourne, Bendigo is a vibrant regional city with fun festivals, arts and culture, exquisite heritage buildings and picturesque gardens. With a stamp of approval as a UNICEF and UNESCO Australian child-friendly city, there’s plenty of attractions, tours, festivals and school holiday fun to interest children of all ages. 

Bendigo rivals any capital city in Australia for its strong food and wine scene. This has been recognised with, “the United Nations officially declaring Bendigo to be a City of Gastronomy”*.

For staying in the area, Bendigo’s accommodation options includes hotels, motels, self-contained apartments, bed and breakfasts and caravan holiday parks.

Accommodation in Bendigo

There is a wide range of Bendigo accommodation to suit everybody - from solo travellers and couples, to families and caravan enthusiasts. 

The hotels and motels in Bendigo range from 3.5 to 4.5 stars and offer affordable, first class accommodation. Visitors to Bendigo who enjoy staying in apartments have a wide range to choose from. From heritage style buildings to modern apartments with lock up garages and free Wi-Fi.

Accommodation can also include bed and breakfasts. With picturesque gardens and beautifully decorated rooms, Bendigo’s bed and breakfasts offer great value.

Bendigo Bed and Breakfast

The Best Bendigo Tourism Accommodation

When it comes to Bendigo family accommodation, our caravan parks include three Big 4 holiday parks, A-Line holiday park, Avondel caravan park and the Gold Nugget Tourist park. From powered sites and self-contained budget cabins, to deluxe 2 or 3-bedroom villas, holidaying with your family in Bendigo will create memories that will last a lifetime. View our accommodation specials and book your Bendigo accom today.

Bendigo Caravan Park

*Bendigo Advertiser (2019), Bendigo announced as a UNESCO 'City of Gastronomy', https://www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au/story/6467465/bendigo-officially-a-city-of-gastronomy/