Bendigo is home to some of Australia's favorite wildlife including kangaroos, koalas, owls and colourful native parrots. You will also find echidnas around Bendigo. Did you know that a young echidna is called a 'puggle'?

 

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Bendigo Architecture

 Bendigo Architecture and Buildings

As a legacy of the Gold boom Bendigo has many magnificent ornate buildings built in a late Victorian colonial style, contributing to a picturesque "French" cityscape. Many buildings are on the Victorian Heritage Register and registered by the National Trust of Australia. Prominent buildings include the Bendigo Town Hall (1859, 1883-85), Post Office, Law Courts (1892-96), Shamrock Hotel (1897), Institute of Technology and Memorial Military Museum (1921) all in the Second Empire style.

Many examples of Bendigo's classical architecture rank amongst the finest classical commercial buildings in Australia and include the Colonial Bank building (1887) and former Masonic Hall (now performing arts centre) (1873-74).

 

Axedale Public Cemetery
Bendigo Art Gallery
Bendigo Cemetery
Bendigo Law Courts
Bendigo Pottery
Bendigo Prison
Bendigo Technical College
Bendigo Town Hall
Chinese Funeral Tower
Classroom School of Mines
Coolock House
Eaglehawk Cemetery
Fortuna Villa
German Common School, Violet St, Bendigo, 1866
Golden Dragon Museum
Hospital and Home for the Aged
Joss House
Kangaroo Flat Cemetery
Masonic Hall
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Shamrock Hotel
St Killians Church
St Pauls Anglican Church
White Hills Public Cemetery

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