It’s pretty much in the middle of Victoria, surrounded by rich agricultural land, and apart from its appeal to those interested in the gold rush period, it’s also a place for the architecture enthusiasts and anyone that has a passion for Australian history.
Rain, hail or shine, Bendigo is a beautiful town. In poor weather, you can spend your time in the shops and galleries. But when the sun’s out, there’s no better way to enjoy your days then exploring the parks and gardens the place is known for.
There’s plenty of spots to take your dog including Rosalind Park, and the stunning Lake Weroona, where you’ll also find the pet friendly Boardwalk Café.
Where to stay when caravanning in Bendigo
The Avondel Caravan Park allows pets, but only in their cabins.
For other pet friendly accommodation options and things to do and see with your dog in Bendigo check out the Take Your Pet website.
Be prepared for traveling with your dog
Make sure your dog’s vaccinations are all up to date and you have a copy of the certificate as you will need it. Ensure they are wearing an ID tag and their microchip is up to date.
Victorian Caravan and Camping Virtual Show
If you can, plan your visit to Bendigo when the annual Bendigo Caravan & Camping Expo is on. Keep an eye on dates here.
At the end of September 2020, you can also get your fix for all things caravan and camping by checking out the Victorian Caravan and Camping Virtual Show. Visit caravanshow.com.au for details.