Gardens and natural reserves

Our natural reserves include parkland, bushland, lakes, and creeks. Visit a natural reserve and enjoy Bendigo's native flora and fauna. They are great places for a picnic, bush walk or bike ride.

We also have many beautiful and diverse public gardens for you to enjoy. Many are historic and include relics, historic plantings and significant trees.

They are great places to enjoy a wide range of activities such as having a picnic, a bbq, exercising or relaxing in a green outdoor space.

Bendigo Botanic Gardens

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Heritage garden area of the Bendigo Botanic Gardens

Albert Richardson Reserve

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Green grass and trees with picnic shelters in the background and the bushfire memorial wall in the foreground

Bendigo Creek

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Woman Running in Spring Gully Reserve

Bendigo Library Gardens

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Woman and Dog at Library Park

Canterbury Park Gardens

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A sunny day at at Canterbury Gardens looking at the fountain and garden beds

Civic Gardens at Bendigo Town Hall

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Garden bed display at Civic Gardens in front of the Town Hall

Crook Street Park

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Crook Street Park

Crusoe Reservoir and No. 7 Park

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