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Located close to the geographical centre of Victoria (about 90 minutes drive from Melbourne) is the city of Bendigo. Its name came from the Bendigo River, which is just one of a number of waterways in the region.

The region is a popular tourist destination, particularly amongst heritage and cultural enthusiasts. Families, school groups and business people are also known to travel throughout the area quite extensively.

The city is renowned for the discovery of gold during the 1850s, which brought an influx of migrants to the area. Around 25 million ounces of gold have been extracted from the mines, making it the highest producing Australian goldfield in the 19th century. Many buildings from the gold rush era still remain, as do some of the mines (such as the Central Deborah Gold Mine).

Tourists can also expect quite a rich events culture – the National Swap Meet, Groovin’ the Moo, the Bendigo Blues and Roots Festival, the Easter Festival and Festival of Light are some of the more popular events held throughout the year. Be warned that you will need to book cheap accommodation in Bendigo early should you wish to travel during these peak times!

Motel Deals in Bendigo

03 5443 7211...
  • Conveniently located to Bendigo’s finest dining
  • Convenient base for visitors of all ages
  • Motel parking bays suitable for coaches or larger vehicles
03 5441 7111...
  • Spacious and comfortable suites catering to larger groups
  • Opposite one of Bendigo most popular attractions, Lake Weeroona
  • Solar heated pool and spa for guest use
03 5443 1333...
  • Peaceful location amongst lush greenery
  • Salt water swimming pool onsite for guests to enjoy
  • Well-appointed rooms with many options for families and larger groups
03 5443 6266...

Presenting tranquil ambience and comfortable accommodation, the Bendigo Welcome Stranger Motel is an ideal place for a pleasant as well as a relaxing stay.

03 5447 7522...
  • Close to public transport and other convenient amenities
  • Office services (copying, faxing) available to guests for a small fee
  • Healthy Hotels certified, with regularly sanitised rooms according to strict protocol
03 5468 1166...

Motel has 7 Rooms located on 3/4 acre of land. It is made of brick construction. Internal walls are plaster lined except for adjoining walls which are Double Brick construction. All rooms are Air Conditioned (heating &cooling ) All rooms have ensuites. There is a full length veranda with tables & chairs out side each room.

03 5494 3002...
  • Affordable, comfortable accommodation option
  • Convenient base from which to explore the local region
  • The motel has a licensed restaurant available to guests daily
03 5491 1911...

Modern tropical style motel located in town centre. Ground floor units, meals to unit, lawned area and BBQ facilities. Halfway from Melbourne to Mildura or Melbourne to Broken Hill & Adelaide.

03 5821 8755...
  • Attractively furnished units with kitchenette, flat screen TV and Foxtel in all rooms
  • A short walk to the Shepparton Club and all local amenities
  • Family friendly with BBQ facilities, children’s playground and swimming pool
03 5452 2511...
  • Offering a range of convenient options for breakfast (cooked or continental) and chargeback facilities on local hotels and takeaway restaurants
  • Convenient base to explore Kerang and northern Victoria
  • Discount rates available for seniors and attractive workers rates on offer
03 5493 7224...
  • In the heart of Wycheproof and a short walk to all amenities
  • Family friendly accommodation in peaceful surrounds
  • Seniors discount available on room rates Friday through to Sunday

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Where to Stay

There is a range of motor lodge, apartment, motor inn and motel accommodation in Bendigo. Whether you’re simply passing through for the night or are planning to stay for a week, your every need will surely be met.

We are committed to helping you find the perfect hotel in Bendigo, whether you are travelling with the family or are in the area on business. Being comfortable and feeling welcomed are important to us at ARRA Hotels.

Our budget motels in Bendigo have been decked out with a variety of amenities that are designed to make your stay more enjoyable, from heated swimming pools and BBQ facilities to a guest laundry and wireless internet.

Getting Here

Getting to the city from Melbourne now only takes an easy 90 minute drive on the new and improved Calder Freeway. Choosing hotels in Bendigo will also put you within a short distance of other popular towns in the area – Castlemaine is 30 minutes away, Daylesford an hour and Echuca is around 70 minutes away.

It only takes around 90 minutes to travel to the city by train – V/Line currently offers 20 services per day on weekdays, 15 services on Saturdays and 12 services on Sundays. The station is only a few minutes walk from the CBD.

Bus services also operate throughout the region, and guests of budget motels in Bendigo are invited to jump on the Talking Trams tour (which runs daily). Taxis are also available, should you wish to travel at your own pace.

Attractions

The good news is that there are plenty of attractions to keep you (and the kids) amused when choosing motel accommodation in Bendigo. No matter where your interests lie, there is always something to see and do.

Some of the attractions that every tourist should take the time to visit include: Ulumbarra Theatre (built on the grounds of the old Sandhurst Gaol), the Vintage Talking Tram tour, the Discovery Science & Technology Centre, the Victorian Goldfields Railway, and Bendigo Water World.

The nearby bushlands and waterways are also popular amongst guests of hotels in Bendigo. Walk through the National Park, picnic by one of the many lakes, play a few holes at the 5 golf courses or stroll through the various gardens.

If your reason for choosing cheap accommodation in Bendigo is to immerse yourself in the history of the area, you should definitely take a tour of the Central Deborah Gold Mine and pay your respects at the Soldier’s Memorial Museum. The whole city is rich in historical and cultural attractions.

Did you know that Bendigo was the first to be recognised as a Child Friendly City by both UNICEF AND UNESCO? We have over 100 playgrounds (including the southern hemisphere’s tallest vertical slide) and many other attractions to enjoy.

Where to Eat

From fine dining restaurants, cosy little cafes, rowdy pubs and spectacular wineries, there are plenty of places to enjoy a meal. Your hotel in Bendigo may also offer cooking facilities if you would prefer to prepare your own food.

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