As tourists, we usually like to head off to the information centre, grab a handful of brochures, have a chat with the local staff, and then head out.
Maybe you don’t travel much, but there’s nothing to stop you being a tourist in your own town.
We can’t know everything even if we are locals, and there must be something in the stories about the places where we live that brings all these people here.
They seem to be having a great time wandering around and taking zillions of photos!
So join in the fun, take a stroll down main street with the Out & About tourist magazine in your hand, and blend in.
You can have a refresher here, to remind you of all the great things in your own backyard. Enjoy!
For real tourists to Bendigo, you can’t beat Easter time. The city turns on its prettiests faces and brightest attractions, like the Victorian Tourism Awards Hall of Famers Bendigo Tramways and Bendigo’s Central Deborah Gold Mine.
If you’re looking for an authentic cultural experience, you can’t beat Bendigo.
Discover Bendigo’s fascinating heritage aboard a Vintage Talking Tram, hear the story of Bendigo during World War One aboard the Anzac Centenary Tram and explore Australia’s oldest operating tram depot.