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20th of May 2016

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Bendigo, known also officially as Sandhurst in former times, has had an interesting and vibrant history over its 150 or so years.

Its history spans the spectacular gold 'rush' that disrupted the early colonial pastoral leases through to the town and city established on well organized gold production and deep reef mining.

Time and diversification have lead to its current position as a leading provincial city of Victoria, Australia.

We invite you to learn about the organization and functioning of our Society and forthcoming speakers at our monthly meetings.

History Lives
Our President, Jim Evans regularly writes history articles relating to our collection or local historical activities. Click here to read all the History Lives Articles.

NEW ARTICLE - How I rode the O’Keefe Rail Trail behind a Steam Locomotive
The year was 1953 National Service was in full swing and Sgt. Tom Luke as the Battalion Film Projectionist was in annual camp with the 38th Infantry Battalion at Site 17 just outside Seymour.
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Our Shared Files page aims to present documents of interest relating to the history of Bendigo and documents relating to the organization and functioning of the Bendigo Historical Society.



Bendigo History

You are invited to look at Bendigo's interesting and colourful history through our Review of Bendigo History and to look at architectural features and current attractions that provide some insight into the heritage of this region.

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