The Bendigo Experience Pass is your pass to discover our city’s golden treasures …
This convenient multi-attraction pass offers you admission to four of Bendigo’s most treasured tourist attractions and offers savings of up to 20% off a family pass.
The Bendigo Experience Pass includes admission to:
Bendigo Experience Pass Prices
As an added bonus, Bendigo Experience Pass holders will also receive:
The Bendigo Experience Pass is available for purchase at any of the participating attractions and the Bendigo Visitor Information Centre.
Click here to download a copy of the Experience or Explore brochure.
Be delighted by the remarkable sights and sounds of Bendigo as your tram tells you about the golden past of the city founded on one of the world’s richest goldfields. This hop-on, hop-off tour stops throughout the city allowing you to explore many of the parks, attractions, shopping and dining facilities that Bendigo has to offer.
Don a hard hat and miner’s lamp, descend 61 metres beneath the surface and walk in the footsteps of past miners as you are guided through the honeycomb of tunnels where almost one ton of gold was discovered. Become enthralled by Bendigo’s underworld as you are guided through the honeycomb of underground tunnels with one of our friendly and knowledgeable guides. Find out more... back to top
Bendigo Pottery is Australia’s oldest working pottery. It was established in 1858 and features the most significant collection of heritage-listed, wood-fired kilns in the world. A fascinating museum has been built around the historic kilns, and offers an experience that takes you back in time to learn more about pottery production processes, machinery, working conditions and traditional skills.
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Experience a living history of the Chinese people of Bendigo from the gold rush to the present at the Golden Dragon Museum and Chinese gardens. The museum beautifully displays processional regalia, intricately craved furniture, delicately embroidered costumes and items from renowned artisans and craftsmen of China. The museum is also home to the world’s oldest imperial Chinese Dragon, Loong and the world’s longest imperial Chinese Dragon Sun Loong.