Bendigo Islamic Association – Bendigo

Bendigo is the third largest city in Victoria, Australia. In 2008, the total population is approximately 100.000 people with density of 31,3 persons/km square.

Bendigo is well known as the town of gold rush between 1850 and 1900. At that time, Bendigo was the richest field of the world with around nine billion dollars worth of gold was found. Today many past historic buildings attract many visitor to enjoy the history of gold and romantic tourism.

Situated in North-West region of Victoria, the distance is about 150 km from Melbourne. It needs a two-hour journey to travel wether by train or car. Bendigo is also famous for its winemaking, agriculture and picturesque landscape. It includes numerous State Parks, and Forests, with rivers and lakes.
 
This piece is taken from the website of the Bendigo Islamic Association.
 
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