Bendigo in Victoria is a beautiful city with many old buildings, it's a busy city so therefore hard to get a photo of the buildings.
Bendigo was originally a gold rush boom town, and was home to the mid-1900s Central Deborah Gold Mine. The urban population is over 99,000 people making it the 4th largest inland city in Australia.
The fountain is beautiful and is in the middle of the road, hard to take a photo of it so it's taken through the window when travelling.
Part of a street to give some idea of the trees that line the side of some of the street. An older building below, once again taken as travelling past.
The Chinese cemetery which is well looked after. People buried here from the gold rush times and of course since I presume.
The old cemetery above, didn't get to see the lawn one.