Negative - Bendigo, Victoria, circa 1890
Pall mall with a man using a pump in the foreground. In the background are shops, including Henderson & Cuddisson 's Beehive Stores, Melbourne Cash Store, and Emery and Gibson.
A (mini) LUSCIOUS HONEYMOON: Bendigo, Victoria - Luscious: myLusciousLife.com
The morning after our small registry wedding in March 2016 (see some photos via Facebook), Mr Luscious and I headed off for a mini honeymoon in beautiful Bendigo, as our proper honeymoon was to come a bit later. We were seeking a country escape of food, wine and culture. Here’s the low down of what we […]
History Lives: Peace and Billy Hughes
The Bendigo Advertiser recorded many events connected with peace after World War I, a war that cost Australia more than 60,000 killed and many thousands more wounded.
1200 Benevolent Home, Bendigo
Bendigo Benevolent Home at 100-104 Barnard St, commenced in 1859 to the design of Robert Alexander Love. Portico and verandah built in 1872-73. Architect: W Vahland. The photos in Album N, all taken in the Bendigo area, appear to have been submitted for an architectural assignment. Undated but possibly c1960. Photographer unknown.
Negative - Soldiers at the Sandhurst Football Oval, Bendigo, Victoria, circa 1915
A large group of soldiers holding picks and shovels. They are posed in front of a grandstand. There are three officers standing in the middle as well as some onlookers leaning on the railing of the grandstand above the soldiers. This is the Sandhurst Football Oval in Bendigo, now known as the Queen Elizabeth Oval.