National Hotel Motel

182-186 High Street, Bendigo, Victoria, 3550, Australia | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Bendigo

Day 90

A travel blog entry by millarfamily

... towns. Everything looked very green as it had obviously been a wet winter and spring.

We made it home about 2pm to one very excited dog and some amazing weeds. The house sitter had kept the house in great shape but the garden will keep us busy for a while.

It seemed very strange to be back home after such a long trip. The comforts of your own shower and toilet can't ...

In the beginning

A travel blog entry by chrismcd85

... use. A trip really begins with that very first itch. That innocent pang of inspiration. Of romance and dreams of what if. What if I went on that trip. What would I really be leaving behind anyway. How would I get there. What do I actually want to see. Could I actually do it on my own. Is it even really a realistic dream? That first avalanche of impending doom and excitement that tries as hard as ...

Everybody hot hot hot

A travel blog entry by mckenziesoztrip


... headed up to the beautiful old town hall. A photographer's delight in town, a lot like Ballarat but a bit less concentrated in terms of old buildings- I captured what I could with the ipod, then threw in a curse to the stingrays! We had morning tea at Banjo's bakehouse, then made an unplanned stop in a really cool t-shirt/piercing shop. The kids all walked out with new bracelets and I scored myself 3 shirts :-) We ...


A travel blog entry by roundoztravels


... 1861, a government census declared the town's population to be 3341, servicing an additional 5,000-6,000 miners at the diggings. At that time it was the eighth-largest town in Victoria, and remained so for the next decade. However, as miners were forced to dig deeper to obtain usable specimens, or as mines ran ...

The Gold Rush

A travel blog entry by rj-aussieland


... church. The inside front of the church was incredible, the overhead lighting and light marble gave it an ethereal feel. So bright and cheerful. Top visiting spots are the Gold mine and a Chinese museum. Our camp is about 8 km from the main square. Stopped early today. Has warmed up as we moved away from the coast. Picked up a paper so we can find out what is happening in the outside world.


This motel, located on 182-186 High Street, Bendigo, is near Central Deborah Gold Mine, Bendigo Tramways, Sacred Heart Cathedral, and Lake Weeroona.
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