Public Gardens

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Musicians in the Park

The City of Greater Bendigo has 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.

Kids playing on mushrooms

Bendigo Botanic Gardens Play Space

Equipment for climbing, swinging, jumping and rocking, a secret garden, vegie patch, and a musical fence. White Hills.

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Dogs at Canterbury Park with Owners

Canterbury Gardens

Historic sculptures, plantings and trees of Canterbury Gardens, Eaglehawk. Visit for the dahlia collection in March.

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Kangaroo's in a field

Crusoe Reservoir and No. 7 Park

Popular for cycling, walking, jogging and fishing. 210 hectares surrounded by the Greater Bendigo National Park. Kangaroo Flat.

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Gateway Park

Gateway Park

On the south edge of Bendigo, this popular rest stop has a lake, function centre, public toilets, barbecue and picnic facilities.

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Dogs at Crook St Dog Park with Man

Harcourt Park (Crook Street Dog Park)

Harcourt Dog Park is a 3.7-hectare site that provides a good natural environment for dog play and exercise. The site is fenced with several entry points, and has a bitumen walking track, 4 small dams, a creek with steel bridges and good shade trees.

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More information

Book a park or garden for a Community Event

Book a park or garden casually

Park Events Map for Casual Bookings at Rosalind Park, the Eaglehawk Precinct, Lake Weeroona and the Bendigo Botanic Gardens


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Did you know you can log requests online?

This includes several bin requests such as missed bins, footpath maintenance, tree inspections and general requests. Visit our make a request page.

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