The Bendigo is located inland in central Victoria, about 150 kilometers from the Victoria capital Melbourne and is Victoria's fourth largest city.
Bendigo has a rare long history in australia, simple and quiet, can not see any modern city bustling and noisy, many times suddenly separated from the modern, there is no fast pace of life and work, but also rare dazzling neon at night. Bendigo breeds talented artisans, carefully guarding beautiful historical buildings, and has the most prestigious art gallery in Victoria. Bendigo don't have wide streets, but their buildings are historic and multicultural, with shops run by indians, malaysians, chinese, french and italian alike.
Bendigo, the legacy of the gold rush, has many ornate, late Victorian colonial buildings that provide Bendigo with a "French" style, with Bendigo municipal buildings, post offices, courts, etc. All these buildings were of the style of the French Second Reich and were well protected government the city. Bendigo St Heart Cathedral is Australia's third largest cathedral, is a sandstone building, its main building was built in 1896 to 1908, the clock tower was completed in 1954 and 1977. Bendigo temple, a temple built by chinese miners in the 1860s, is the only one in victoria that is preserved and still used today as a temple. Rosalind Park (Rosalind Park) is located next to the city center, a Victorian park with sculptures and a granite viaduct. In addition, there are past gold mines and modern technology museums and tram museums.
The Bendigo Blues Grassroots Music Festival (Bendigo Blues &Roots Music Festival) is the largest national music festival in the southern hemisphere in early November, attracting participants from all over Australia and around the world.