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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 Town Hall Tour

Immerse yourself in the rich stories of a golden past, explore stunning heritage architecture fashioned in a time when Bendigo was the richest city in the world!

Bendigo Town Hall Tours operate regularly on Wednesdays at 2pm and Sundays at 11am.

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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

We’re inviting you to join us for a fun filled morning of great music and entertainment, guaranteed to have you kicking up your heels and rocking along to Peggy Sue, That'll Be The Day, Not Fade Away & many more!
$13 p/p includes Morning Tea & Show

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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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John Brierley: A Pilgrim's Guide to the Camino De Santiago

Irish author and Camino de Santiago expert, John Brierley, is including Bendigo in his four-stop tour of Australia!

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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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Exhibition - Colin Colahan: His Art and Life during the Second World War

The Bendigo District RSL through the Soldiers Memorial Institute Military Museum (SMIMM) with the support of the Eldon Hogan Trust and the Australian War Memorial, is pleased to publicly launch the exhibition, Colin Colahan: His Art and Life during the Second World War which opens on Friday, 18th

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Arsenic and Old Lace

Cathouse Players & Director Bette Sartore and her cast of eleven guarantee that there will be laughs a-plenty when they present this fast-moving, wacky play, "Arsenic and Old Lace" by Joseph Kesselring.

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St. Paul's Art Prize

In this the 26th year, the annual St Paul’s Art Prize and exhibition again takes place in the beautiful surrounds of St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral and once again there is a special photography section for secondary school students.

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