It’s fun, fun, fun at Confectionery Capers . No lollies here (8km southeast of town), just an amazing display of whirls, whizzes and...
Bendigo Water World
At the Ironbark Complex , the aquatic fun at Bendigo Water World includes a giant slide that zaps you into a pool.
Bendigo Gold World
Located in the Ironbark complex is Bendigo Gold World , which operates fossicking and detecting tours (per half-day $150) into the bush,...
Every Saturday night a 1952 Melbourne W-class tram becomes a rolling restaurant, with a set menu including four courses and free drinks...
Lonely Planet review
Australia’s oldest pottery works, the Bendigo Pottery was founded in 1857 and is classified by the National Trust. The historic kilns are still used; watch potters at work, admire the gorgeous ceramic pieces or throw a pot yourself (half-/full day $12/18). The attached museum (adult/child $8/4) tells the story of pottery through the ages.