This Chinese Temple was built on a hill at Emu Point in the 1860’s of hand-made bricks and red-painted timber. It is dedicated to Kuan Gung, a military hero of the third century who restored peace and prosperity to China after the collapse of the Han Dynasty.
It is the oldest Australian joss house still in use.
Confectionery Capers is an extremely novel presentation with appeal to people of all ages and backgrounds. Walk into a world of moving colourful wheels and interactive displays.
Ironbark has a large range of horses, from Sally the old faithful who is great for kids and beginners to Max which will keep the experienced riders on there toes. Riding helmets are provided.
Mini Golf, Go-Karts, Arcade Amusements and Zone3. Lots of fun for every one.
Memorial Military Museum Description: The Memorial Hall stands as a monument to the everlasting glory of Bendigo soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice for justice and freedom, and expresses the gratitude and homage of their fellow citizens.
See the Angora goats and kids that produce mohair. Follow the production cycle of mohair from “padock to pullover” or browse in the showroom. See at close hand a wide selection of alternative farm animals and a ‘hands on animal nursery for the children’
Don your hard hat and experience the activity of a real gold mine. You can travel 61 metres underground on a fully guided tour and see early mining equipment, buildings and machinery on the surface displays.
Ride a fully restored vintage tram through the sights of Bendigo . Listen as your tram recounts Bendigo ‘s golden history and enjoy a stop at Australia ‘s oldest working tram depot
Experience over 100 exhibits, drop down Australia ‘s tallest vertical slide and be dazzled by the stars in daily shows at the brand new Bendigo Planetarium. Check out Kaleidoscope – Specially designed area for infants to eight years.
Construction of this cathedral began in 1896 and continued until 1908 before lapsing through lack of funds until 1954 when work recommenced. It was completed in 1977. Dominating the Bendigo skyline, it is built of Geelong sandstone and the tallest spire is 86.6 metres with the bronze cross at its apex weighing 3 tonnes and standing 7 metres.