Bendigo Art Gallery is a must visit. It’s art exhibitions benefited from the riches of the gold rush. From the old masters to modern art.
Bendigo Art Gallery was founded in 1887 - Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee Year. In the late 1880s, distinguished Bendigo architect WC Vahland supervised the conversion of the former Bendigo Volunteer Rifle’s orderly room in View Street into a new home for the Gallery’s collection. The revamped…
Bendigo Art Gallery in Bendigo, founded in 1887, is one of Australia’s oldest and largest regional art galleries.
The local art gallery has a fabulous collection and is home to many great installations.
Check out their website or Instagram page for current exhibitions www.bendigoartgallery.com.au
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