McIvor Motor Inn & Lotus Convention Centre

45 McIvor Road, Bendigo, Victoria, 3550, Australia

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  • Worst place ever....

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    It was a bad experiance the room smelt i had 3 young children i was maybe going to stay 2 nights for my sisters wedding but was told at 8 when i went to see what time check out was{which was 10} that i had to tell him then and there if i was staying another night due to housecleaning...The so called owner was ver VERY rud to me and as i was checking out and i said to him no need to be rude i was just asking what time check out was he said i dont care i own this place i can speak to you how i want ....I guess you can tell we didnt stay another night and recoment the best western in bendgo as iv stayed there 5 times they have been lovely and Never rude a Much nicer place to stay.....As for Mcivor i recomend never staying there! OH and as i got there i asked if there was a toilet i could use the owner said yes once u py for th room use that one mind u id been traveling for 3 hours.....

    Unique Quality: The people were rude the rooms smelt like dampness and they have a dog in there pool area so it cant be used for patrons...

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Travel Tips for Bendigo

Hanging Rock

by lesaandbill

If you're near bendigo...and you can go thru hanging rock...it's worth the stop.

It doesn't take long to check out in the information centre to find out the legend of the hanging rock...and then it's a quick walk up and around the rock (30 minutes return). So it's a great place to get out and stretch the legs if you're road tripping.

They have a lot of films, festivals and a winery...so if you have longer...check it out.

Bendigo Joss House

by Kate-Me

Bendigo Joss House is an important historic Chinese temple, left over from the Gold Rush years (built in the 1860's) and one of very few still existing in Australia.
It has had some restoration, but much of it is original.
I found it quite fascinating and well worth the visit (entry fee is very reasonable too).
The building is classified by the National Trust.
Opening Hours:
11:00am 4:00pm, Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
(Closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Christmas Day. )

View Point

by eviltooth

This is a small promontory overlooking the Bendigo Creek. If you look across to the City Family Hotel from here you'll find that the expanse of road is actually a bridge. Some would say this is Australia's widest bridge.

If you look across to Rosalind Park, you can see the diggings. Today the water flows beneath our feet through the bluestone-lined channels in Rosalind Park.

Sweetberry's Bendigo Page.

by Sweetberry1

Bendigo

Bendigo is located in the geographic center of Victoria... 150kl. north west of Melbourne.
This city is a very popular destination for visitors to regional Victoria.
Located on the northern fringe of the Great Dividing Range, means Bendigo enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate, avoiding extremes in weather...
Population... 83,000

Much of Victoria was opened up with the discovery of gold in its Western and Northern areas in the 1850's, and Bendigo is one example of the magnificent cities which sprang up around the mines.
From 1851 to 1954, when the last gold was extracted from the underground mines, Bendigo produced 25 million ounces of the precious substance.
When the gold ran out they established market gardens, tailor shops, gambling houses, hotels and shops and stayed on.

The cosmopolitan mix which the goldfields attracted has left Bendigo with a rich heritage. Irish, Germans, Chinese, Cornish and Canadians all contributed to the culture of the city and were responsible for many of the city's fine buildings and impressive statues.

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