280 Napier Street, Bendigo, VIC 3550 Australia [ Map ]
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The Tea House Motor Inn presents tastefully furnished and attractively renovated ground floor suites and apartments opposite stunning Lake Weeroona and only a short 1.5k from the centre of Bendigo. This convenient location is a short distance to tennis courts, the city’s finest local restaurants, public transport, tram and the best attractions in the Goldfield’s region.
Accommodation options consist of Two Bedroom Apartments with one queen bed and three single beds or one extra sofa bed (rooms cater to a maximum of 5 visitors), the Four Star Executive Unit has one queen bed, or a choice between one queen bed and one single bed or one queen bed and two single beds (sleeping up to 4), the Deluxe Unit has a bed configuration of one queen bed or one queen and one single bed (sleeping up to 3) and lastly, the Two Bedroom Unit which accommodates up to 4 visitors and offer your choice of one queen bed and one king bed or one queen bed and two single beds. One queen bed bungalow is available to the Two Bedroom Unit on request.
One Deluxe Unit has disability facilities and wheelchair access.
Food & Wine Experience:
Surrounded by restaurants, cafes and hotels, as well as a short drive to Bendigo and Heathcote’s many fine wineries.
The motor in has many pleasing extra facilities available to guests including solar heated pool and spa, printing, fax and photocopier available at reception, cooked or continental breakfast choices delivered to your room or under the motels lovely Bali huts.
Quality Accommodation for Any Occasion:
Whatever your motivation for visiting Bendigo…whether touring the region, taking time out for a relaxing holiday or travelling for business the Tea House Motor Inn is a compelling choice for visitors with its central location and pleasing new renovation.
Take the time on an extended getaway to explore the outlying townships of Castlemaine, Maldon, Newstead, Heathcote or Harcourt. The district exudes historical charm and beautifully preserved architecture with a vast array of boutique stores, bookshops, galleries, exquisite local wines and produce.
Bendigo has countless destinations and attractions to explore during your stay. Immerse yourself in the history of this vibrant, interesting city and its established artisan food and wine culture.
Resurrected from an abandoned mining area in and now standing proudly as Bendigo’s most appealing lake and reserve. Lake Weeroona has BBQ facilities and for children – a wonderful playground with wide open spaces to race about with others. Walking or jogging around the parameter of the lake should take under 30 minutes and cycling is also permitted within the grounds. Bendigo’s ‘vintage talking trams’ travel between the city and lake ensuring easy access to this lovely local treasure.
It’s hard to resist the appeal of Bendigo’s attractively preserved fleet of vintage trams. The Bendigo Tramways has been in operation for well over 100 years with 17 trams currently in operation for tours around Bendigo’s most popular hallmarks. The vintage ‘talking’ trams will introduce you to the Central Deborah Gold Mine, the Alexandra Fountain and heart of the city. Stopping at Lake Weeroona or the fabulous Bendigo Joss House Temple this is an attraction definitely worth booking whilst in town.
Australia’s oldest operating pottery establishment with a heritage listed collection of some of world’s only remaining ceramic wood fired kilns. The site is a large tourist friendly complex offering retail pottery sales, art studios, museum, clay making experiences and café. Take a rummage through this gorgeous store for a gift of memento, with a terrific antique and collectables centre of over 30 stalls.
Bendigo’s earliest beginnings are shared with the Chinese community, whom represented a great number of local miners and merchants. Subsequently, the Chinese culture became a rich and integral part of the city’s history.
The Joss House Temple was built during the 1860’s using handmade bricks and local materials. This heritage listed building gives visitors insight into Chinese culture and beliefs, sharing their story and perspective on the relationship they have with this old and wonderful city.
Other examples of the indelible mark left by Bendigo’s Chinese community can be enjoyed at the iconic Bendigo Easter Festival or within the local Dai Gum San Precinct, home to the Golden Dragon Museum’s preserved local arts and crafts.
Central Deborah Gold Mine
Home to the deepest underground mine tour in Australia, the Central Deborah Gold Mine provides visitors with an authentic gold mine adventure. Travel deep below Bendigo and learn to use mining equipment with a ‘Shift Boss’ keen to put you through your paces! Explore the mines harsh and awe-inspiring labyrinth of tunnels and get together with your tour group for a lunch experience underground.
With a range of tours to suit all levels of ability and interest, the Central Deborah Gold Mine is a memorable experience worth making time for.
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