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Parks, Gardens and Reserves

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The City of Greater Bendigo has a wealth of open space and parklands including areas of exotic and native vegetation of historical and environmental importance.

We have innovatively used piped recycled water to rejuvenate many of the parks, reserves and sporting fields in the district, preserving many of the historic gardens and ensuring the use of sports fields in these harsh climatic conditions.

Parks & Gardens

There are plenty of high quality parks in the area that visitors and residents can enjoy. There is Rosalind Park in the center of town, Canterbury Gardens which are situated in Eaglehawk, the Bendigo Botanic Gardens at White Hills, and Lake Weeroona.

Natural Reserves

The City of Greater Bendigo is home to many linear creeks, urban bushcare sites, urban farm forestry sites, significant road reserves and dozens of other natural reserves. Read more about Natural Reserves.

Trees

The City of Bendigo is home to numerous native and exotic trees. Several thousand trees reside in the many parks and reserves around the shire. The arboriculture department undertake the huge tasks involved in managing these assets through regular maintenance, and the careful selection of new tree stock to be planted. Read more about trees.

List of Parks and Reserves

Click here for a list of parks and reserves in Bendigo and the surrounding areas.

Hiring Parks and Reserves

To book one of our parks or reserves please contact the Customer Service Centre on 03 5434 6000.

Updated: 4:34 PM, 3 December 2013