You can find us at:
76 Violet Street, Bendigo
(600m south of Alexandra Fountain)
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Need a Map?
Download and print out a copy of these maps to help making your way to, from and around Bendigo a lot easier.
- Bendigo CBD Map: Detailed map of the city centre with key attractions, parking, toilets and other points of interest
- Bendigo District Map: From Melbourne to Rochester and Heathcote to Halls Gap this map includes the great touring routes that radiate out from Bendigo.
Coming to Bendigo from Southern Cross Station in Melbourne?
Planning your journey to Central Deborah Gold Mine is easy with the PTV Journey Planner https://www.ptv.vic.gov.au/journey
It's easy to get to Bendigo by train - the express service is just under 90 minutes! Train Timetables available here.
From Melbourne there are 20 train services a day midweek, 15 on Saturdays and 12 on Sundays. You'll pass through Gisborne, Macedon, Woodend, Kyneton, Malmsbury and Castlemaine, so you might just need to plan a longer trip!
For additional information on trains, coaches, fares and maps phone V/Line on 1800 800 007.
Driving to Bendigo?
A number of major highways radiate from Bendigo. The following is a guide as to which highway you need to be travelling on to reach Bendigo from your destination:
Melbourne - Calder Highway (A79)
Sydney via Shepparton - Hume Highway (31)
Mildura - Calder Highway (A79) from
Horsham - Wimmera Highway (B240)
Central NSW via Echuca - Midland Highway (A300)
|Melbourne to Bendigo||147km||1.5 hours||2 hours|
|Ballarat to Bendigo||122km||1.5 hours||2 hours|
|Geelong to Bendigo||178km||2 hours||2.5 hours|
|Echuca to Bendigo||92km||1 hour||1.15 hours|
Need to get around Bendigo by Bus?
Check out christiansbus.com.au for fares, timetables and bus routes.
Discover Heritage and Culture on the Sydney-Melbourne Heritage Drive.
Take the inland route between Sydney and Melbourne and discover the Australian spirit through the stories of settlers, gold, river trade and the making of a nation. Meander through historic streets to see impressive buildings and monuments of the mid to late 19th century gold rush. The treasures are the arts and crafts, museums, galleries and historical sites along the way.
Never been to Bendigo before? Click here to find out a little bit more about our beautiful city.