Delve into local history and culture from Bendigo accommodation

Bendigo is certainly a city that is deep and rich with history and culture, but it's also more than that. This city has an exciting and vibrant nightlife with trendy clubs and bars, outstanding upscale restaurants, boutique and name brand shopping and quaint sidewalk cafes. It's just steps from museums, galleries, temples and even outdoor adventures. When you book a Bendigo accommodation for your holiday travel, it's the gateway to memories that will last a lifetime, whether you're a couple, a family, or an individual seeing the world.

Romance and excitement await from Bendigo holiday rentals

For couples who are looking to celebrate a honeymoon, a landmark anniversary, a birthday or who just deserve an intimate weekend away from the hustle and bustle of daily life in the world at large, local accommodation can be a great option. Here, you can party the night away in clubs and bars, or you can enjoy serene walks through spiritual gardens after enjoying an afternoon in a traditional Chinese teahouse. A romantic trip to this city is everything you need to reconnect and recharge.

Enjoy a studio apartment near the Botanic Gardens

There are few more romantic activities than strolling hand-in-hand down the walking paths of an immaculate, colourful and well-tended garden. The Bendigo Botanic Gardens are among the region's earliest, established in 1857, and offer an eclectic mix of trees, green space, picnic grounds and heritage flower gardens. A studio apartment for 2 just minutes away from this gorgeous location makes for an ideal weekend getaway. You can enjoy cosy, comfortable and modern lodgings that place you central to everything the city has to offer so you can enjoy the gardens, restaurants, shopping and other attractions at your leisure.

Experience family fun from Bendigo holiday homes

Bendigo also has a great deal to offer families on a holiday trip. Larger homes offer all the space and amenities you need while placing you right at the centre of the many family-friendly attractions in the area. When you book a 2-bedroom cottage that sleeps 6 and is just a half-kilometre from Bendigo City Centre, you will be in perfect proximity to fun boutique shops, museums, restaurants and all the different educational and exciting experiences the city has for families to enjoy.

Try a visit to the Bendigo Fun Factory

If you want to give the kids an adventure they'll remember for years to come, book your accommodation near the Bendigo Fun Factory. This indoor play centre is open all year long and features padded play structures with ball pools, giant slides, tunnels and even a jumping castle. Kids can race cars on a miniature track or enjoy any number of toys to play with. For the grown-ups, there's a fully equipped cafe with food, coffee and free WiFi access so that while the kids are having fun, you can kick back and relax.

Experience a world of culture near Bendigo accommodation

Bendigo is a cultural hub of the Victoria region. Those who are interested in history and the heritage of the region can find more than enough to keep them entertained and educated the whole time. Just walking through the city centre, you'll notice many of the banks, restaurants, cafes and shops you pass will be converted historic buildings. There are also a number of museums and sites to explore like the Central Deborah Gold Mine and the Alexandra Fountain. Your holiday house, cabin, apartment or villa is a gateway to the storied past of this region.

The Bendigo Art Gallery is among the oldest and largest regional art galleries in Australia. It was first founded in 1887 and hosts the Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize. The collection is strongly focused on 19th-century European Continental and British paintings and features artists such as Ernest Waterlow and Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. Australian art from the 19th century through today is also presented. Your holiday accommodation near the art gallery will put you just minutes away from one of the finest classical art collections in Australia.

See Chinese heritage at the Golden Dragon Museum

Bendigo also has a deep cultural heritage that includes European and Far Eastern influences. The Golden Dragon Museum celebrates the Chinese cultural heritage of Victoria and Australia with exhibits tracing the shared history of China and Australia including dragon banners, an 1898 charity carnival and historic lion dances. You can also stroll the grounds which feature a traditional Chinese garden filled with colourful flowers, or relax in a tearoom. Before you leave, you can visit the museum's gift shop to search for the perfect souvenir of your time in Bendigo.