Impressive Victorian buildings line the wide streets of Bendigo, as a reminder of the rich history built from one of the world’s most exciting gold rushes. Today there are new treasures to be discovered in this thriving city.

Bendigo is a place where art, culture, food, wine and heritage attractions are in the abundance, as was the gold of the late 1850’s.

Certainly most people rely on their cars to travel between our major cities and towns – especially if they plan to visit different towns and cities along their way!

Bendigo is however well served by public transport, by train, plane and bus. However you travel, you’ll be amazed at what you discover here!

By Car

You can come from Melbourne two ways, either on the Calder Highway or the McIvor Highway. It just all depends on where in Melbourne your coming from and what towns you would like to see along the way. Approx. traveling time is 1.¾ hours to 2 ½ hours.

By Train

This is really easy, just jump on the Bendigo train at Southern Cross Station in Melbourne and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way. Approx. traveling time is 1.¾ hours.
For passenger time table & fares visit VLine

By Plane

Well this is definitely the quickest way to travel. You can charter a plane for up to 5 people which can pick you up from The Tullamarine, Essendon or Moorabbin Airports. Approx. traveling time is 35 to 45 mins.
For more information phone: Bendigo Aviation Services on (03) 5443 1030

By Bus

Bendigo Airport Service run a bus to and from Bendigo and the Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne 3 times daily except on Christmas day. Approx. traveling time is 1 ½ hours.
Telephone Bookings Essential, phone Bendigo Airport Service on 03 5439 4044