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BIG4 Bendigo Ascot Holiday Park

Bendigo, Victoria


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View Street Bazaar

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View Street Bazaar offers an excitingly different shopping experience with curios from all corners of the globe jostling for space amongst contemporary jewellery, modern dcor and maritime objects.

The collection includes an eclectic mix of antique, art deco, vintage, retro and handmade pieces all chosen because of their interesting or stylish edge.

Whether you are a visitor to Bendigo, a collector or just looking for a one-off gift for a friend or family member, the Bazaar offers you the opportunity to find something unique at a reasonable price.

Day trip visitors to Bendigo can enjoy the architectural history, beautiful gardens, food and wine and visit the shops of View St all within 500 metres of the city centre.


  • Entertainment (3)
    1. Discovery Science & Technology Centre With loads of interactive exhibits to explore, you won't know what to try first at Discovery Science & Technology Centre!
    2. La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre The La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre is a multipurpose contemporary visual arts facility. Located in the heart of Bendigo's arts precinct, it features two galleries, two sculpture courtyards, an auditorium, a meeting room and an artist in residence apartment and studio.
    3. The Capital - Bendigo's Performing Arts Centre The Capital is Bendigo's hub for performing arts, exhibitions, events and corporate functions. It is magnificently located in the charming arts and cultural precinct along historic View Street in central Bendigo. Situated in the former Masonic Hall building, it is one of the most ornate settings in Bendigo.
  • Galleries, Museums and Collections (2)
    1. Bendigo Art Gallery Established in 1887, Bendigo Art Gallery is one of the oldest and largest regional galleries in Australia.
    2. Golden Dragon Museum The Golden Dragon Museum is Victoria's first accredited museum and it beautifully presents processional regalia, carved furniture and costumes embroidered with gold bullion thread. Artefacts date as far back as the Shang Dynasty 1500-1000BC.
  • Historical Sites and Heritage Locations (3)
    1. Bendigo Joss House Temple At the Bendigo Joss House Temple you can discover more about the Chinese migrants who came to Bendigo in search of gold so long ago.
    2. Bendigo Tramways Vintage 'Talking' Tram There is still no better way to see the sights of Bendigo than aboard Bendigo Tramways Vintage 'Talking' Tram.
    3. Central Deborah Gold Mine At Central Deborah Gold Mine you have the unique opportunity to descend underground and explore a real gold mine that operated during the gold rush era.
  • Markets (1)
    1. Bendigo Pottery Antiques and Collectables Centre With over 40 individual sites, the Bendigo Pottery Antiques and Collectables Centre is the best place to go to find that unique piece that no one else will have.
  • Shopping (1)
    1. View Street Bazaar View Street Bazaar offers an excitingly different shopping experience with curios from all corners of the globe jostling for space amongst contemporary jewellery, modern dcor and maritime objects.
  • Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries (1)
    1. Pondalowie Vineyards Pondalowie Vineyards is a unique winery cellar door located in the heart of Bendigo's thriving arts precinct, the Pondalowie Cellar and Store offers tastings of hand crafted, award winning red wines from Pondalowie Vineyards and Pinga Wines.


  • Exhibitions and Shows (1)
    1. Bendigo Agricultural Show The Bendigo Agricultural Show is a show promoting the best of the regions produce and livestock. This year the Show will be held on Friday and Saturday, featuring a range of attractions considered to be the best the country has to offer.
  • Festivals and Celebrations (5)
    1. Bendigo Easter Festival The Bendigo Easter Festival has been in existence since 1870, and is the oldest community festival in Australia.
    2. Bendigo Wealth Heritage Uncorked Come and join Bendigo's iconic moveable feast with Bendigo Wealth Heritage Uncorked. The winemakers of Bendigo create this unique wine festival each year to showcase the best of Bendigo - Bendigo wine, superb food, local musicians and grand gold rush architecture.
    3. Bendigo Wealth Heritage Uncorked - Heritage After Dark A pre-event for Bendigo Wealth Heritage Uncorked, Heritage After Dark is a more casual affair. It is on for the first time this year. Set in the stunning Bendigo Town Hall, a great festive atmosphere will take hold from 5.00pm - 8.00pm on Friday 10 October.
    4. Groovin the Moo Team Groovin the Moo is in the highest of spirits to be welcoming a new bunch of Artists to take part in the regional Australian festival fun! The eclectic line up for 2014 is sure to provide another year of pure solid gold for the GTM community and all the new friends who will help to create Groovin the Moo Oakbank SA for the very first time.
    5. Scots Day Out Held at Rosalind Park in Bendigo, the Scots Day Out will be a day filled with fun.
  • Markets (1)
    1. Take 2 Markets - Bendigo Take 2 Markets is proud to be part of Bendigo Fashion Festival 2014.
  • Performances (1)
    1. Rachmaninov Vespers at Sacred Heart Cathedral For Rachmaninov, his setting of the All-Night Vigil was his crowning achievement as a composer, a radiant masterpiece that pulsates with the ancient and powerful traditions of the Russian Orthodox church.


  • Half Day (2)
    1. Ballarat Heritage Tours Ballarat Heritage Tours invites you to 'Discover the City Build by Gold', on this fully guided walking tour, exploring historic downtown Ballarat.
    2. Eerie Tours Eerie Tours invites you to spend an evening exploring the dark and paranormal side of the City of Ballarat... a town steeped in early Australian history.

Visitor Information

BIG4 Bendigo Ascot Holiday Park

15 Heinz Street,
Bendigo, 3551,

Freecall: 1800 062 340

Tel: 03 5448 4421

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