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The historic Bendigo Post Office, built in 1887, is now home to Post Office Gallery as well as Bendigo Visitor Centre and the Living Arts Space. Established in 2010, Post Office Gallery is a satellite exhibition space of Bendigo Art Gallery providing an engaging platform for the interpretation and display of the myriad social history stories of the city and surrounding region. Post Office Gallery is a unique venue with a changing annual program of curated exhibitions and events ensuring a broad and dynamic exploration of the region's varied history with strong  ongoing community involvement.

 

CURRENT EXHIBITION

Bendigo for sunshine, business and pleasure

15 December 2017 - 28 April 2018

 

EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

A full-colour catalogue is published in conjunction with the majority of Post Office Gallery exhibitions. Current exhibition catalogues are available at the Visitor Centre for $9.95.
Current and past exhibition catalogues are available from the Bendigo Art Gallery Shop.

 

VOLUNTEER AT POST OFFICE GALLERY

Post Office Gallery volunteer Jan Monro, 2012.png

If you love history and collections and would like to be involved with this unique gallery, contact the Curator, City History and Collections.
T 5434 6179 or E [email protected]

Read about Jan and Lyn's experience of being a volunteer at Post Office Gallery 

 

Learn more about the History of Post Office Gallery


Upcoming Events

Confessions of an inveterate traveller: Kenneth Park

Join Kenneth for a rollicking ride through some of his most memorable stories from abroad as he shares his hot tips on how to be a traveller and not a tourist.
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The politics of tourism: Heritage, tourism and places of pain and shame.

The idea of tourism often evokes images of happy times of leisure and relaxation. But what about visiting places that have a difficult or dark past? The notion of ‘dark tourism’ raises ethical considerations for the tourist seeking to meaningfully engage with history
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