• Mary Quant Fashion & Art Trail

To celebrate Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary Exhibition arriving in Bendigo, so many of our brilliant retailers have added a colorful, retro 60s vibes to their shelves and windows. 

The city of Bendigo has teamed up with the talented artists at Nacho Station to use our mutual love of street art to create some Mary Quant tributes, with splashes of vibrant colours and 60's inspired patterns taking to our streets. 

Here is a list of all Quant fashion and art we suggest you check out while in town for the exhibition!

  • Spring Gully Trail
Duration

1 day(s)

Tramways to Cafés

  • Gateway Park
Duration

1 day(s)

Cathedral to Crusoe Path

  • Bendigo Art Gallery
  • Wine Bank
  • Bendigo Tulips
Duration

2 day(s)

48 Hours in Bendigo Itinerary

Regions
  • Deck at Balgownie Estate
Duration

3 day(s)

Explore Bendigo - Three Days Two Night Accessibility Itinerary

Regions
  • Mother and child viewing art at Bendigo Art Gallery
  • Statue of Queen Victoria at Pall Mall
Duration

2 day(s)

Discover Bendigo's History and Arts - Two Days One Night Accessibility itinerary

Regions
  • Park bench in Bendigo's Rosalind Park
Duration

1 day(s)

Arts and Cultures Discovery - One Day Accessibility Itinerary

Regions
  • Chancery Lane

An eclectic mix of food, fashion and art has awakened one of Bendigo’s most endearing laneways.

This little charmer was once known as Dispensary Lane in recognition of the busy pharmacy that was once located on the laneway. From here remedies and medications were dispensed to locals for decades.

Nowadays, you can find some of Australia’s emerging brands in fashion and cosmetics as you delve into the salons and boutiques that set the pace. Ever changing street art and regular foodie events add to the buzz and Melbourne laneway feel.

  • Sacred Heart Cathedral

Sacred Heart Cathedral is one of Australia's largest churches and the second tallest after St Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne. 

It is an exceptionally large church for a provincial city cathedral in Australia and its construction was made possible chiefly through the estate of Henry Backhaus - 1811-1882, a German from Paderborn and the first Catholic priest on the Bendigo goldfields. 

  • Artist Walk
  • Bendigo Art Gallery External
  • Bendigo Pottery
  • Ulumbarra Theatre
Duration

2 day(s)

Two Day Arts and Culture Getaway

Regions
Subscribe to Arts & Culture