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The small town of Bendigo, surprised visitors with its vibrant arts and food scene. But also the magnificent buildings and gardens, as well as a fascinating gold mining history to make Bendigo a popular travel destination.
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Start your stay in Bendigo with a ride on the “Talking Tram”. The historic tram twitches from the Central Deborah Gold Mine across downtown to the Joss House Temple on Finn Street. It passes most of the sights of the small town. Thanks to impressive gold finds in the 19th century, Bendigo’s facades are particularly impressive.
One of the most popular attractions, the Central Deborah gold mine, where you can book the deepest mine tour of the continent. 228 meters, or 9 floors, it goes down for brave adventurers in the small rattling cage. Here you will learn all about the conditions under which hundreds of miners once had to make a living. At the Golden Dragon Museum you will learn more about the Chinese gold miners who once tried their luck underground here.
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