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Bendigo Pottery

Established in 1858, Bendigo Pottery offers a unique visitor experience of both historic and modern ceramic production.

Bendigo Pottery has quality ceramic tableware at factory prices, antiques and collectables centre with over 40 stalls, heritage listed wood fired kilns as well as an Interpretive Museum.

The Interpretive Museum features a theatrette inside a heritage wood fired kiln and displays of kilns, production equipment and pottery produced over the last 150 years. The museum has videos, soundscapes and views into the factory to provide an insight into the production process.

You can watch a potter hand throwing product and have a wheel throwing lesson. There are also activities younger children can participate in called 'Clay Play'.

There are six artist studios including painting, prints, glass beads, photos and textiles.

Potiche Gallery has ceramics by Central Victorian Potters on display for the public to purchase.

Bendigo Pottery has ample parking for cars, coaches and caravans on site as well as a caf? and a magnificent rose garden.

For further information please visit the website or contact Bendigo Pottery.

146 Midland Highway,
PO Box 30
Epsom, VIC, 3551

Located 19.9K from Goornong

Bendigo Pottery Antiques and Collectables Centre

With over 40 individual sites, the Bendigo Pottery Antiques and Collectables Centre is the best place to go to find that unique piece that no one else will have. The range at Bendigo Pottery Antiques and Collectables Centre includes pottery, paintings, glassware, jewellery, vintage clothing, furniture, silverware, kitchen equipment and utensils as well as collectables of all sizes.

The stock changes regularly at the Antiques and Collectables centre so there will always be something for collectors and buyers, who enjoy all types of antiques.

While at Bendigo Pottery you can get involved with the hands on activities which include wheel throwing and clap play. You can observe the many artist studios that are on site as well as the interpretive museum that showcases one of the most significant collections of historic wood fired kilns in the world

And do not forget the Caf? where you can relax with a cappuccino and cake or take time out for a light lunch or snack. Try their fantastic sausage rolls and delicious scones.

Please contact Bendigo Pottery Antiques and Collectables Centre for more information.

146 Midland Highway
Bendigo, VIC, 3550

Located 19.9K from Goornong

Bendigo Tramways Vintage Talking Tram

There is still no better way to see the sights of Bendigo than aboard Bendigo Tramways Vintage Talking Tram Tour.

Sit back, relax and let the tram do all of the talking as you journey through the past 150 years aboard a majestic Vintage Talking Tram. You will be delighted by the grand architecture of Bendigo as your tram tells you entertaining stories about the city founded on one of the world's richest goldfields.

This hop-on, hop-off tour stops throughout the city giving you the opportunity to explore many of the parks, attractions, shopping and dining facilities that Bendigo has to offer. Tickets are valid for two consecutive days. Visit the website for the current timetable.

Your Vintage Talking Tram Tour ticket also includes the Anzac Centenary Tram which shares the story of Bendigo as it was during WW1. Through stories of bravery, resilience and courage in the face of adversity, the Anzac Centenary Tram explores the impact of WW1 on the local Bendigo community. The Anzac Centenary Tram departs at 10:00am daily from Central Deborah Gold Mine.

1 Tramways Avenue
Bendigo, VIC, 3550

Located 24.8K from Goornong

Greater Bendigo National Park

This park protects some of the highest quality Box-Ironbark forest in north-central Victoria, along with mallee and grassy woodlands.

This is an ideal spot for nature study, birdwatching, bushwalking, picnics, horse riding and camping. The best time to visit is between August and October when colourful wildflowers are abundant.

The 60 kilometre Bendigo Bushland Trail goes through part of the park, and the Great Dividing Trail begins here, linking Bendigo, Castlemaine and Ballarat.

Things to do
- Recreational fossicking is allowed in some areas. Fossickers must hold a current Miners Right.
- The park offers a range of opportunities for walking and mountain biking.
- Scenic driving, cycling and walking - Most roads in the park are unsealed and suitable for car touring and cycling.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Whipstick Rd
Eaglehawk, VIC, 3556

Located 24.9K from Goornong

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