Large park in the centre of Bendigo. Climb the poppet head for sweeping views of Bendigo and surrounds. Historic rotunda and paved walking parks. Children's playground. Conservatory. Historic statues. Great picnic spot.
In the middle of Bendigo's CBD take a walk through Rosalind Park, it's serene, usually green and it's a perfect retreat on a hot day.
Wow where to start. This park Is a must. Wonder to the Fountain then enter the park and choose to Sit Walk or rollerskat the paths. If you are brave walk to the top then climb the poppett Head and look over the top of the town.
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. Conveniently located on the edge of the CBD – perfect for a break from shopping. …
“Bendigo Marketplace is anchored by Woolworths and Big W and supported by over 95 specialty stores. The centre is located in the heart of Bendigo along Mitchell Street. The retail mix of the centre includes everyday fashion, lifestyle, services, home wares, general retail, fresh food and takeaway food, with a solid blend of national and local operators.”
“Check out the website while you are in town. Many local, interstate and international concerts, comedians and performances can be found in a state of the art theatre Also a fabulous rebuild of the old Bendigo Jail. Worth checking out the old and the new”
“Bendigo’s Performing Arts Centre. An iconic landmark of Bendigo. Something for all age groups. www.thecapital.com.au for upcoming shows or Facebook and Instagram ”
“No other Australian city which closed its tramway system left track, trams and a depot behind in the manner that Bendigo did and this enables us to create a picture of the past for our visitors. Whether enjoying a Vintage Talking Tram Tour or taking our guided Depot and Workshop tour, a visit to Bendigo Tramways drives home the significance of how Bendigo has developed as a city, and the role Bendigo Tramways has played in that development. Over the years, we have even attracted such dignitaries as HRH Prince Charles, who visited Bendigo in 1974 and took Bendigo Birney Tram No. 30 for a drive. Today, Bendigo Tramways is Australasia's largest tourist tramway and welcomes over 40,000 visitor”
“Take an underground tour of the gold mine. Regular tours available, booking is recommended. www.central-deborah.com or follow on Facebook and Instagram ”