Bendigo is one of the prominent cities in the state of Victoria, Australia. The city is located 150km North-west of the capital city, Melbourne and 423 km south-east of Mildura. The land area of Bendigo covers approximately 82km2 and there are several suburbs some of which, particularly the Eaglehawk was once the independent satellite townships. The place is well-known for the Victorian architectural heritage and the residents of this place are called “Bendigonians”. The estimated population in Bendigo as of 2015 is 92,888 and the postcode of this area is 3550. Besides, Bendigo is a large and developing service economy, particularly the tourism, commerce, education and primary industries are the major industries.

Climate conditions in Bendigo

Bendigo experiences a dry temperate climate with hot summers and breezy winters. During the summer, the temperature hovers 28 degree Celsius with a semi-arid climate. However, the temperature drops to 10 deg Celsius in the winter with frosts are prevalent. The average recorded rainfall throughout the year is about 510mm, in which the month of July accounted for the abundant rainfall.

Tourist attractions in Bendigo

Bendigo has some excellent tourist spots such as Golden Dragon Museum, Rosalind Park, Central Deborah Gold Mine, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Bendigo art Gallery, the Bendigo Tramways, the Great Stupa etc.