Your tour hosts Jill and Pete are off on a break. Walking their way around other locations, exploring new experiences and finding fascinating discoveries, all in the name of research of course… preparing to offer a new, expanded range of walking tours to choose from when they return.
This means that Bendigo Walking Tours are on pause for a little while, but please keep an eye on this page when you are planning your next trip to beautiful Bendigo, and see if the tours are back in action on the dates you are here.
Join Bendigo’s famous, fully guided, historic walking tour
Ranked number 2 of tours in Bendigo on Trip Advisor.
Recently featured as number five in travel writer Patricia Maunders 'Perfect 10" for a visit to the Victorian Goldfields published in The Weekend Australian, this is a must-do for people ready to be immersed in the history of Bendigo.
About the two-hour tour
We describe how gold and mass migration transformed a sleepy sheep run and land of the Dja Dja Wurrung into the world's richest city of the 1880s.
We recall the Bendigo people, events and fabulous wealth that built 'Marvellous Melbourne' and shaped a new nation.
We explore Bendigo's role in campaigns for democracy, votes for women, trade unionism and Federation.
Our stories range from radicals to royalty, larrikins to leaders and include the quirky, remarkable, sometimes humorous, often forgotten, but always intriguing stories of our city.
Children 13 and over $15
Children under 13 free
Stretched for time?
We can also offer a one-hour tour which is based on the first half of the two-hour tour.
2. One-hour tour
Children 13 and over $10
Children under 13 free
Need more information?
Phone Visitor Information
1800 813153 BH or
Jill 0427 327595
As seen in
Bendigo Walking Tours was featured in Bendigo's own lifestyle magazine.
Where do we walk?
Our two-hour tour starts at the Bendigo Conservatory adjoining Pall Mall and moves through the former Government Camp covering a distance of less than a kilometre and finishes at the top of View Street next to the Bendigo Art Gallery.
Things we’d like you to know:
Our tours are conducted outside
Minimum tour size is one person
Maximum group 10 people per guide
Toilets and drinking fountains along the way
Well-behaved dogs are very welcome
Conducted in accordance with government COVID guidelines