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Historic Post Office Tour

The pride and tradition which surrounds the City of Greater Bendigo is best symbolised by the majestic and lovingly restored landmark which housed the Post Office from 1887 to 1997.

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Bendigo Community Farmers Market

The only accredited farmers market in Bendigo, our stallholders are the producers of what they sell. That means you're buying the best quality, freshest food from the people who make or grow it, in a traditional market square atmosphere.

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Wednesday Night Wine Tastings at Wine Bank on View

Wine Bank on View is your local wine bar, restaurant and wine merchants with a 64 page wine list including the largest range of local wines from Bendigo and Heathcote plus a select range of interstate and international wines.

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Morning Melodies - Monthly

Join us for Morning Melodies each month!
Doors open at 10:30am for the show to begin at 11am
Tickets cost $14 each and include a plate of morning tea and unlimited tea & coffee

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Connection Club - Enjoy a Coffee & Connect with Others

We want you to try new things, meet new people, look after yourself and have a great time.
The Connection Club is all about connecting with others through a series of FREE events and activities throughout the year.

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Code Breakers: Women in Games @ Discovery

Code Breakers: Women in Games will be at Discovery for a limited time.
October 15th, 2019 – April 9th, 2020.

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Drinks Tram

Kick back, relax and roll into the weekend aboard one of the most iconic attractions in Bendigo. Celebrate with your family, friends and colleagues in true Bendigo style!

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Irish Session @ Palling Bros Brewery

The monthly Irish Session is on again. Bring yourself and an instrument to join in the Irish session.

Musicians gather to play on the first Sunday of every month playing Irish tunes free for everyone to come enjoy. 

Free Entry, all welcome

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Going Solo: First Nations Artist - Josh Muir: What's on your mind?

The inaugural Going Solo: First Nations recipient Josh Muir will showcase a new body of work in his exhibition.  

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Summer in the Parks

The 2019/2020 Summer in the Parks Program features over 100 free or low cost events and activities during the months of December, January and February.

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