Another of Bendigo's major attractions is getting ready to open its doors again.
Central Deborah Gold Mine will reopen to the public next Wednesday, June 10, with some changes to comply with COVID-19 safety measures.
"The adjusted tours will see smaller groups of no more than six people going underground which will allow our guides to give a much more personalised tour, but will mean that advanced booking is highly recommended," Bendigo Heritage Attractions chief executive officer James Reade said.
To encourage local visitors, City of Greater Bendigo residents can do a tour for less than half-price.
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Not all types of tour will be made available from next week.
The restrictions still in place mean Bendigo Tramways cannot yet reopen.
Mr Reade said it was not viable to run the trams under the rule of one person per four square metres.
The Joss House Temple is also currently open only to worshippers.
Bendigo Heritage Attractions says it intends to reopen these sites as soon as possible, and will monitor further changes to coronavirus restrictions.
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