• Spring Gully Trail
Duration

1day(s)

Tramways to Cafés

  • 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.

  • Bendigo Winegrowers

“People enjoy visiting the cellar doors to learn the stories and meet the personalities behind the products they love. We love to meet them too.” Wes Vine – Bendigo Winegrowers

With historical records noting the planting of vines as far back as 1856, Bendigo has always had a reputation for making great wine. Whilst Shiraz is perhaps the most popular grape grown and produced in the area, other wine varieties are proving to be just as successful. An exceptional climate, rich soil and fruit-driven flavour make Bendigo the perfect place to create unforgettable wine.

  • Wine Festivals and Events

If you've been to one of our great wine events before you are missing out. Plan your next Bendigo stay around one of these amazing wine experiences.

Regional World’s Longest Lunch - Bendigo

Dine at the gorgeous long table under the canopy of heritage trees and enjoy award-winning wines and six courses of locally produced food as part of Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Tickets from Wine Bank on View 03 5444 4655.
When: March
Where: Rosalind Park, Bendigo

Strategem Bendigo Winemakers Festival

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