These intricacies are replicated throughout the internal spaces and can be explored during these small group tours. Your guide will share their favourite stories of the building's
A unique opportunity to see an architectural masterpiece created in 1887 by the state government to signify Bendigo's prominence in Victoria's prosperity. Designed by G.W Watson initially as a Post Office, the building served many purposes during the twentieth century and now proudly houses the Bendigo Visitor Centre.
Fully restored to its former glory in 1986, this treasured grand old dame, continues to provide a warm welcome to all, just as it would have over 125 years ago.
Standard tours are available every Saturday at 2:00pm or Wednesday at 11:00am. For private group tours please contact the Bendigo Visitor Centre to arrange.
The one hour guided tour includes exploring the public and basement spaces of the Historic Post Office building.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 21/09/16 - 31/12/17
Wed: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Sat: 02:00pm - 03:00pm
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