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5615 Calder Highway, Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo, Australia
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Travel Tips for Bendigo

The garden state

by iandsmith

Thus VIctoria advertised itself (and still does) and Bendigo is certainly one of the towns that reflects that image.
Splendid parks, well maintained, make it a pleasure just to stroll through the town and, if you poke around in little corners, there are lots of nice surprises.
This display happens to be in the glass house in the main park in the middle of town where the war memorial is located.

Bendigo Law Court

by eviltooth

Bendigo's Victorian streetscapes are considered unique in Australia: the unusual combination of grand gold-rush era public buildings, an intact 19th century commercial district and a centrury old park.

Check out the triangle formed by the Post Office and Law Court in Pall Mall, Rosalind Park and the commercial buildings of Charing Cross.

Bendigo Law Court, still a law court today. The Bendigo police had rammed the police car into a knife-wielding guy who threatened to strike if the police enter his house the day before I went there the second time. There was a flock of camera carrying people, probably journalists, and TV crew gathered outside the police station right next to the Court. I wonder whether it has anything to do with the incident.

Bicycling Touring Australia - Victoria

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"Bendigo"

Bendigo, approaching 100,000 people, is one of Australia's best preserved historic centres. While it is steadily growing and booming once more, great care has been made into maintaining the city's Victorian heritage. Old money lingers here, while new money is flowing with many new developments. Nonetheless the city's future survival, as a prosperous regional centre, is crucially dependant upon the town's water supply. By mid 2006 Bendigo had reached crisis levels when concerning the town's reservoir levels. The main storage area at Lake Epperlock was down to some 5% of capacity! Proposals have been made to pipe in water from the Goulburn River some 100KM away, it also harshly effected from Australia's worst drought in recorded history.

"Bendigo"

The people of Bendigo are proud of their city's great gold rush legacy of the 1850s.

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