The Bendigo Experience Pass is your pass to discover our city’s golden treasures …

This convenient multi-attraction pass offers you admission to four of Bendigo’s most treasured tourist attractions and offers savings of up to 20% off a family pass.

The Bendigo Experience Pass Includes admission to:

As an added bonus, Bendigo Experience Pass holders will also receive:

Bendigo Experience Pass Prices

  • Adult $56.50
  • Conc $50.00
  • Child $31.50
  • Family $155.00


Online Bookings: Please note that you cannot book online on the day of your tour. Online bookings need to be made at least 24 hours in advance. To book on the day, please phone (03) 5443 8255.

Bendigo Tramways Vintage-Talking-Tram-TourVintage Talking Tram Tour

Be delighted by the wide streetscapes and grand architecture of Bendigo as your tram tells you about the golden past of the city founded on Australia’s richest goldfield. The hop-on, hop-off tour stops throughout the city, making it the perfect way to discover Bendigo’s other treasures. Please click here for full details.


Central-Deborah-Gold-Mine---Mine-Experience-TourCentral Deborah Gold Mine – Mine Experience Tour

At Central Deborah Gold Mine you have the unique opportunity of exploring a real gold mine. Don a hard hat and miner’s lamp, descend 61 metres beneath the surface and walk in the footsteps of past miners as you are guided through the honeycomb of tunnels where almost one ton of gold was discovered.


bendigo-potteryBendigo Pottery Interpretive Museum

Bendigo Pottery is Australia’s oldest working pottery. It was established in 1858 and features the most significant collection of heritage-listed, wood-fired kilns in the world. A fascinating museum has been built around the historic kilns, and offers an experience that takes you back in time to learn more about pottery production processes, machinery, working conditions and traditional skills.


chinese-gardensGolden Dragon Museum

Experience a living history of the Chinese people of Bendigo from the gold rush to the present day at the Golden Dragon Museum. In the 1870s an impressive imperial dragon known as ‘Loong’ was purchased from China. He is now the oldest imperial Chinese Dragon in the world and is housed at the museum for viewing.


For the more adventurous upgrade your ticket to a Bendigo Explorer Pass!