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Bendigo Prestige Tours

Town Tours

Bendigo Town Tour

Town Tour Information

Let us help you explore the old and new Bendigo, taking in the top tourist attractions, as only true locals know, and interesting walks to remember. This is an ideal way for you to understand what Bendigo has to offer, and then prioritise your favourite places for a second visit.

Our Town Tours will take you through Central Bendigo, and if you wish, allow time to stop so you can wander and see the sights at your leisure. For example, when we stop near View Street, you are free to explore this classic heritage arts precinct. Whilst in the CBD, we will take you to the funky Bath Lane, the famous Deborah Goldmine, not to mention the stunning Rosalind Park. These are just a few of the Bendigo CBD attractions on show with Bendigo Prestige Tours.

We also drive out of the CBD to other areas of interests.  For example, we can explore Bendigo Botanical Gardens, take you to Bendigo Pottery or head to the lovely Kennington Reservoir and show you the historic St Aiden’s Orphanage, which now comprises domestic dwellings.  We do provide a decent level of flexibility for you to enjoy your three-hour tour.

We will be pleased to discuss our itinerary and your preferences, so feel free to call Maree and Neil on 0439 306 544.

3 hours

Bendigo Town Tour

$195per tour
  • Private guided tour
  • Starting time of 10:00am
  • Flexible to allow time to explore areas of interest, if you so desire
  • Price is for 3 hours but we are happy to tailor the tour to suit your needs
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Acknowledgement of Country

Bendigo Prestige Tours acknowledges the Traditional Custodians, Dja Dja Wurrung (pronounced Ja-Ja-war-rung), of the land on which we live and work and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging and the Taungurung Peoples of the Kulin Nation.

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