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It’s a term we use frequently yet it’s a concept that can be hard to quantify – and to attain. We often know what we would like our lifestyle to be but feeling that we have acquired it is a challenge that lies on a whole new level.

Our Wellsford estate aims to provide this; a community surrounded by space.

Wine Bank on View

Wine Bank on View is a wine bar & wine merchant, operating from a heritage listed bank building in Central Bendigo. The Victorian era building was constructed in 1876, and was once the home of the Union Bank and the Bank of Australasia & New Zealand (ANZ).

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Bendigo’s Craft Beer

From crafty creators to cluey curators, Bendigo’s craft beer scene is seriously hopping. Long before it became the bastion of inner-city folk, boutique breweries and crafty bars were being celebrated across regional Victoria. Around Bendigo there are some top-notch bevies being brewed, while down the city’s street art laden laneways you can discover small batch frothies aplenty.

If you love the festival scene, don’t miss the Bendigo Craft Beer and Cider Festival in Autumn or Bendigo On The Hop in Winter. You can taste some of the best brews from breweries across Australia and all over the world.

Check out all these places for your craft beer pub crawl.

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Lake Weeroona

Lake Weeroona is the jewel in Bendigo’s crown. This beautiful ornamental lake and reserve, set on 18 hectares, was transformed from a dusty mining area in the 1870s. Take a walk around the picturesque lake, enjoy a coffee, a heart warming meal or a delicious homemade gelato. The kids will love the amazing playground and the wide open space to burn off some energy. To make the visit even more exciting, catch a vintage tram from the city centre to the lake.

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Bendigo Art Gallery

The dynamic diversity of Bendigo’s cultural life is beautifully captured by the city’s art gallery, where a vibrant range of permanent and visiting collections are housed in a c1887 building that itself makes a significant contribution to Bendigo’s sense of self-identity. Stunning C19th rooms provide the prefect backdrop to the art, while the gallery’s café and shop enhance the experience of visiting an attraction that is a local icon with a reach that extends to the global arts sphere.

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Bendigo Botanical Gardens

Fondly regarded by locals and widely renowned as one of Victoria’s earliest and most elegant public gardens, the Bendigo Botanic Gardens provide surroundings of significant natural beauty for everyone. Ideal for get togethers and barbeques, with a play space as well as the exceptional range of plants, trees and special collections, the gardens are simply a great place to retreat to, to relax and appreciates. Opened in 1857, destined to remain an icon far into the future.

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Balgownie Estate Winery

Time spent at Balgownie  Estate Winery Retreat and Restaurant is a delight. The combination of a first class cellar door, renowned restaurant and superb spaces for functions complements an estate with a leading reputation for the consistent quality of its wines. Classically French influenced reds and distinctively regional whites define wines from Balgownie Estate, a winery that has always been a flagship property at the forefront of the central goldfields wine growing movement.

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