Organising your next group sleepover is no longer a nightmare!
After you descend underground at Central Deborah Gold Mine why not inspire your students’ scientific curiosity and spend a night amongst the fascinating exhibits at the Discovery Science & Technology Centre?
A sleepover at Discovery is the perfect way to compliment any school excursion to Bendigo. Discovery provides dinner, activities to keep everyone entertained, plenty of time to explore the exhibits, somewhere unique to sleep and, of course, breakfast!
Discovery is currently hosting Whodunit? Murder Mystery at Menagerie Park, an exciting hands-on, minds-on forensic science exhibition that appeals to the detective in everyone! A rare baby white rhino is missing, a murder has taken place and suspicions are running high! Find out more about Whodunit?
At only $43.00 per person, per night, and conveniently located only 10 minutes from the Central Deborah Gold Mine, you can't beat Discovery for your next group sleepover!
A minimum of 20 people is required for a Discovery Sleepover and a max of 70.
How to find us
Getting to Bendigo has never been easier!
Located in the heart of the Goldfields region, Bendigo is easily accessible.
You will find us at:
Coming to Bendigo by bus?
Melbourne - Calder Highway (A79)
Travel Times Distance Bus/Train
Catching the train to Bendigo?
With reduced fares and increased services, it's easy to get to Bendigo by train - the express service is just under 90 minutes from Melbourne!
From Melbourne there are 20 services a day midweek, 15 on Saturdays and 12 on Sundays.
With connecting services from Mildura, Echuca, Swan Hill, Maryborough and Daylesford, Bendigo really is the centre of Victoria. The V/Line Daylink service between Adelaide and Melbourne also stops in Bendigo daily.
Your V/Line ticket also provides free travel on the Bendigo bus network for the same day that you caught the train.