Welcome to Bendigo, explore the seasons in our beautiful city… Spring is in the air, and with it comes a spring in our step as we get out and about and explore Bendigo. Tip toe through the tulips from mid September to mid October and imerse yourself in our vibrant and colourful city.
As the weather changes again it’s a wonderful time to visit and explore our grand city and surroundings on foot or by bike, or car. Pack your sunnies and camera to wander our great city. Book a guided tour and find out the local insights, or wander and experience all that Bendigo has to offer for yourself. Enjoy the ever-changing tree lines along our streets and parklands, it’s such a playful time to explore our city.
Bendigo is a city that shines with historic beauty, with a vibrant contemporary regional centre, boasting beautiful streets created from one of the world’s greatest gold rushes. Unravel new surprises and experiences each time you visit and explore Bendigo.
Some of our favourite attractions may be offering limited activities and/or restricting guest numbers. We strongly encourage to you book well ahead to avoid disappointment.
What’s on in Bendigo!
In Bendigo, we love our arts, festivals, celebrations, expos, markets, and parties, along with our regional food and wine events, sport, and cultural celebrations. Bendigo’s action-packed events calendar each year is a mix of tradition, sporting events, food and wine, car rallies, and a great sense of fun for all. Book your next stay at the Julie-Anna and explore Bendigo and all it has to offer.
On now and coming soon …
Outdoor Cinema in the Park: Penguin Bloom – 8th October
Bendigo Heritage Uncorked – 9th October
The Annual City of Bendigo Tulip display – through until mid October
Bendigo Cup – Wednesday 27th October
The Dispensary Gin or Whiskey experience – various Saturdays in October
Brett Whiteley: Drawing is Everything Exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery – on now until 31st October
Unveiling of the Djaara Lights – 6th November onwards
The Dispensary Gin or Whiskey experience – various Saturdays in November
More events to be listed, subject to capacity allowance in line with government restrictions
We acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taugurung Peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands across Bendigo and surrounding regions, as well as other Traditional Owner groups who are not yet formally recognised.
We acknowledge and pay respect to their Elders’ past present and emerging.
Images courtesy of Bendigo Tourism.