• Parks to Pottery Path


Rosalind Park


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Experience some of Bendigo’s beautiful green spaces, fascinating history, rich Chinese culture and world-class attractions via our cycling and walking trails. Suitable for all ages and abilities, you can cover this 10km section of the Bendigo Creek Trail in roughly 30 minutes on a bicycle or 2 hours on foot (one-way), but with all there is to see you could spend a whole day exploring!

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Day : Parks to Pottery Path

Follow the Bendigo Creek Trail north through beautiful green spaces such as Rosalind Park, Lake Weeroona and the Bendigo Botanic Gardens, before ending at Australia’s oldest working pottery.


  • Rosalind Park
Stop : Rosalind Park
30 Gaol Rd, Bendigo VIC 3550

The whole family will adore beautiful Rosalind Park – 60 acres of grassy open spaces, lush leafy trees, a fabulous playground, ornate statues, an historic conservatory, a fernery and beautiful old gardens to explore, located on the edge of the Bendigo CBD...

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  • Bendigo Visitor Centre
Stop : Bendigo Visitor Centre
51 - 67 Pall Mall, Bendigo VIC 3550

Explore Bendigo's grandest Visitor Centre! Discover hidden treasures inside one of Bendigo’s most beautiful historic buildings, originally the Post Office, opened in 1887. This classic example of Renaissance Revival style architecture now operates as the Bendigo Visitor Centre. It is now also home to the Living Arts Space, showcasing the best of local artisans, and the Post Office Gallery, showcasing the region's heritage...

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  • Golden Dragon Museum Gardens
Stop : Golden Dragon Museum
5-11 Bridge Street, Bendigo VIC 3550

Chinese heritage is an integral part of Bendigo. From the goldrush to the present day, the Bendigo Chinese community has influenced the proud history of Bendigo – from its traditions of charitable works for local hospitals to its spectacular displays in the Bendigo Easter Fair...

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  • Lake Weeroona
Stop : Lake Weeroona
Lake Weeroona, Bendigo VIC 3550

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...

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  • PepperGreen Farm Garden Kitchen
Stop : PepperGreen Farm
40-44 Thunder Street, North Bendigo VIC 3550

As a not-for-profit, social enterprise of Access Australia Group, PepperGreen Farm offers hospitality, tourism, horticulture, micro business skills training, educational demonstrations, well-being programs and a retail outlet and cafe for local makers and producers. PepperGreen Farm aims to create opportunities for people of all abilities whilst forging strong relationships with the wider community...

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  • Bendigo Joss House
Stop : Bendigo Joss House
Finn Street, Bendigo VIC 3550

At the heritage-listed Bendigo Joss House Temple, a Chinese place of worship which was opened in 1871, you will discover more about Chinese beliefs and the story of the Chinese who came to Bendigo in search of gold. During your visit the dedicated guides at the temple will regale you with fascinating stories about the lives of Chinese migrants on the Bendigo goldfields back in the mid-1800s and explain some of the intriguing beliefs and rituals that were practiced at the temple during this time...

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  • White Hills Cemetery Gates
Stop : White Hills Cemetery
White Hills Cemetery, White Hills VIC 3550

Officially opened in 1854, The White Hills Cemetery became a necessity after the enormous population boom after gold was discovered in the area. It is a particularly significant graveyard as it was designated by Bendigo's Chinese population as a remembrance park to bury their dead. The initial burials took place without registration, therefore the first person buried at the White Hills Remembrance Park is not known. The earliest recognised grave at present is that of Gustave Alphonse Eugere Vazie who died in November 1853, aged 19 months. ..

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Stop : Bendigo Botanic Gardens
557-559 Napier St, White Hills VIC 3550

Enjoy the wide open spaces, the beautiful gardens, the playground and the natural wetlands. There are various picnic facilities dotted throughout the park. Barbeques and toilets are available. The Bendigo Botanic Garden was planned during the early days of the gold rush, with land alongside the Bendigo Creek officially set aside in 1857. Many plants for the 15 acre area were supplied by Ferdinand von Mueller, Melbourne Botanic Gardens director, some of which still survive today...

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  • Bendigo Pottery Wheel throwing
Stop : Bendigo Pottery
146 Midland Highway, Epsom VIC 3551

Experience the history and craft of Australia's oldest working pottery with demonstrations, hands on activities with clay and interpretive displays. Visit the Interpretive museum, step back in time and learn about the production processes, machinery, working conditions and traditional skills of the Bendigo Pottery from its beginning in 1858 to the present day...

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