Alexandra Fountain is regarded as one of Bendigo, Victoria, Australia's most prominent landmarks and monuments. The fountain is located in Bendigo's "Charing Cross", the intersection of View Street and Pall Mall. Charing Cross effectively stands at the centre of the city and is one of Bendigo's busiest and most prominent intersections.
Annis is a somewhat popular first name for women (#2550 out of 4276, Top 60%) and an even more popular surname for both adults and children (#6824 out of 150436, Top 5%). (2000 u.s. demographics) Annis reached its peak position of #682 in the U.S. in the 1890s, but is not listed currently.
Post Office Gallery Situated in the former post office building, Bendigo’s Post Office Gallery is a satellite gallery of Bendigo Art Gallery. Post Office Gallery offers a changing exhibition program that explores the region’s long and proud history.
Bendigo Botanic Gardens is one of regional Victoria's earliest (1857) botanic gardens and was the first public garden in Bendigo. Bendigo Botanic Gardens is one of regional Victoria's earliest (1857) botanic gardens and was the first public garden in Bendigo.
The Bendigo Trust now operates as Bendigo Heritage Attractions and continues to run the Central Deborah Gold Mine, while overseeing some of Bendigo’s other cherished historic attractions, including Bendigo Tramways, the Bendigo Joss House Temple, Bendigo Gasworks and Victoria Hill.
The first trams in Bendigo were battery operated, but only lasted three months before being withdrawn due to their unreliability. A steam tram system commenced operation in 1892 operated by the Bendigo Tramways Company Limited, and lasted until 1902.
Big Bendi Water Slide. Bendigo Water World is only 7 minutes from central Bendigo, set in the midst of a natural Ironbark Forest with a tropical touch. There are free BBQs to use, ample tables and chairs, kiosk and parking for both cars and coaches.
Bendigo is also home to the largest junior soccer club in Victoria, the Strathdale Soccer Club. Their home ground is Beischer Park. Bendigo along with Swan Hill, Echuca and Mildura have a team in Football Federation Victoria's summer league. The team is the Loddon Mallee FC.
Located: Located within Rosalind Park at the corner of Pall Mall and Bull Street, Bendigo. Buildings: Conservatory - Statues and Monuments Opening Times: Never Closed Entry Fees: Free entry Authority Municipal: Greater City Bendigo Special Collections: Depending on Seasons A stroll across the open lawn of these beautiful gardens is well worth the trip.
Cooinda Park is popular for its multiple slide hill and extensive play equipment. The park is equipped with BBQ and picnic facilities available for community use. The playground equipment cannot be booked, but the surrounds of the park can be reserved for events and activities.
The Crusoe Reservoir and No 7 Park Precinct is popular for cycling, walking, jogging and fishing. The 210-hectare area is surrounded by the Greater Bendigo National Park. It is known for its beauty, rich cultural heritage and various recreational features.
"Discovery science" (also known as discovery-based science) is a scientific methodology which emphasizes analysis of large volumes of experimental data with the goal of finding new patterns or correlations, leading to hypothesis formation and other scientific methodologies.
Dudley House Dudley House - 60 view St Bendigo Dudley House at 60 View Street, Bendigo is an affordable community exhibition space consisting of two gallery spaces with a professional hanging system with stainless steel hangers and steel hooks.
List of heritage railways in Australia topic. This is a list of heritage railways in Australia , some of which can also be considered tourist railways . For convenience, heritage tramways have also been included. New South Wales Tully Sugar Mill No.6 at Illawarra Light Railway Museum 4 ft 8 ⁄ in ( 1,435 mm ) gauge unless otherwise stated.
In 1988 the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia determined, as a Bicentennial project, the geographical centre of Australia. A monument was erected to mark the location and named in honour of Dr. Bruce P Lambert, a former Director of the Division of National Mapping, for his achievements in the national survey, levelling and mapping of the continent.
Born of the long association with the people of the region, the Bendigo Chinese Association is proud to present the Golden Dragon Museum – a living history of the Chinese people of Bendigo from the goldrush of the 1850’s to the present day.
The Great Extended Hustlers Mine Disaster Memorial commemorates the seven miners who lost their lives in the explosion at the mine on the 2nd May 1914. On 2 May 1914, an explosion occured at the Great Extended Hustler’s Mine in Bendigo, Victoria.
Harcourt Dog Park is a 3.7-hectare site that provides a good natural environment for dog play and exercise. The site is fenced with several public entry points, and has a bitumen walking track, 4 small dams, a creek with steel bridges and good shade trees.
Jumpz Trampoline Park located in Kangaroo Flat, 3555, Victoria is known around central Victoria as one of the largest and best Entertainment areas. Jumpz Trampoline Park located in Kangaroo Flat, 3555, Victoria is known around central Victoria as one of the largest and best Entertainment areas.
Lake Weeroona is a green space in the north of Bendigo that is a popular location for picnics, a walk, bike ride or row, and for its children’s playground. View the Lake Weeroona Master Plan. Adventure Playground. The children's adventure playground is one of Bendigo's favourite child friendly places.
Bendigo Workshops is a railway workshop located in the provincial city of Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. They are located in the north of the city and occupies 10.3 hectare of land beside the junction of the Piangil and Deniliquin lines. History. The workshops were opened in November 1917 by the main rail operator in Victoria, the Victorian Railways.
The lookout, situated at the top of Camp Hill, was originally a poppet head from the Garden Gully United mine (one of Bendigo's richest mines) and was installed in its current location in 1931. During goldrush times, prior to the poppet head's installation, a flag was flown at the top of Camp Hill to signal that the mail had arrived in town.
Located in the centre of town, Rosalind Park is a significant site for its historic trees, buildings and structures. Retreat to its cool green lawns and fernery, walk its avenues, discover historic relics and structures and the displays in the unique conservatory.
The City of Greater Bendigo invites the community to the unveiling of the restored Vahland Drinking Fountain. A celebration will be held at the intersection of Bull Street and Pall Mall at 10.30am on Sunday October 2, the birthday of fountain architect William Charles Vahland.
The Long Gully Splash Park is a free, zero depth water splash park with dry play area. It is a family-friendly park, with shaded seating, BBQs and play areas. The ‘gold rush’ themed park is a solar heated park with treated water checked by Belgravia staff daily.