Bendigo Life

Autumn of music

Even though it’s Christmas, there’s no worry looking forward to autumn. With a huge musical offering spanning many genres, from rock and roll to flamenco, afro beats to gospel, world music to jazz, Bendigo Autumn Music festival at the end of April aims to deliver more...

Tour guide out now

THE new Bendigo Dining and Shopping Guide is out now, with plenty of ideas for the holiday season. City of Greater Bendigo council’s Terry Karamaloudis said the free pocket-sized guide is a fantastic resource that showcases unique local shopping and dining experiences...

Cod guru in the making

Bendigo Legion Angling Club member Jayden Rice has continued the winning form that saw him take out the largest fish of the season for 2018, off to a flying start with an 81 and 72 centimetre Murray cod last weekend from the Gunbower Torrumbarry area. Bigger fish are...

Life and times of a master aviator

Biographer Ann Blainey may live a somewhat cerebral life alongside her historian husband Geoffrey Blainey, but her subjects, such as Dame Nellie Melba provide her with a wealth of vicarious thrills. Ann Blainey said she was attracted to the subject of her sixth...

Counsellor on Christmas

Christine Cummins spent her days on Christmas Island counselling refugees and listening to horrific stories of torture, trauma, starvation and grief. By contrast, at night she would take her daughter Bella down to the beach and gather with other families to enjoy the...

Join in the raffle

CHRISTMAS is in the air, and that means time is running out to buy a ticket in Rotary Club of Bendigo Strathdale’s annual raffle. More than $40,000 is expected to be raised which will go towards eight local community organisations, including Bendigo Animal Welfare and...

Demolish the stage

A THEATRICAL performance which explores the change in landscape since colonisation had its world premiere in Bendigo this week, with audiences being treated to dance, video projections, lights, music, and even a live set demolition. Demolish is part of the Regional...

Garden paradise

A SHORT drive out from Bendigo’s city centre and you find yourself in an idyllic paradise – Judy and Paul Sens’ Mandurang garden. There’s not just one of them, but 30, scattered throughout the couple’s 2.5 hectare property and for this weekend only, they’re open to...

A Capital season

BENDIGO’s stages are set to be graced with theatre, live music and captivating performances next year, thanks to Capital Venues and Events’ 2019 season, unveiled last week. The program sees acts such as the renowned Bangarra Dance Theatre take to the stage for two...



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