The Bendigo Visitor Information Centre is in the historic Post Office, one of Bendigo’s most beautiful historic buildings.
The building was opened in 1887 and is an example of Renaissance Revival style of architecture.
Bendigo Visitor Centre can help with information on accommodation, shopping, dining, booking attractions and tours. They can provide visitor information, maps and guide books. They have gifts and souvenirs.
Address: 51-67 Pall Mall in Bendigo, Victoria.
Phone: 1800 813 153, 03 5434 6060
Nearby Brown Signs
Talking Tram Tour – The Talking Tram Tour is part of the Bendigo Tramways attraction, based in Australia’s oldest operating tram depot dating back to 1903
Central Deborah Gold Mine – Descend into the depths of the Central Deborah Gold Mine in Bendigo which operated during the gold rush boom in the 1900s
Bendigo Pottery – Australia’s oldest working pottery, Bendigo Pottery was established in 1858
To get there:
From the south of Bendigo on the Midland Hwy, follow the highway into Bendigo. The Bendigo Visitor Centre is on the left-hand side.
From the north-east of Bendigo on the Midland Hwy (from Echuca/Elmore), follow the highway into Bendigo. Passing Lake Weeroona Park (on your right), continue straight ahead crossing at the lights of Nolan St. The Bendigo Visitor Centre is 1.3km on the right.
From the north-west of Bendigo on the Calder Hwy (from Mildura), follow the highway into Bendigo to the end. Turn right onto Eaglehawk Rd towards the City Centre. Follow Eaglehawk to the end, veering left onto Barnard St. After 300m turn right into View St. Follow View St for 600m and turn left into Pall Mall (Midland Hwy). The Bendigo Visitor Centre is 200m on the left.
From the west of Bendigo on the McIvor Hwy (from Heathcote), follow the highway into Bendigo. Reaching a roundabout at Chapel St, head in the direction of the Information Centre and Hospital. After 400m turn left at the lights onto the Midland Hwy. The Bendigo Visitor Centre is 400m on the right.