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Bendigo Regional YMCA, Bendigo Regional YMCA

Address
45-49 Mundy Street, Bendigo VIC 3550
Contact
Mr Andrew Smith
Phone
03 5445 8300
After Hours
Email
andrew.smith@ymca.org.au
Website
http://www.bendigo.ymca.org.au
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Theft of Important Historical Artefact from Andersons Mill

02 Apr 2014

One of the most historically important artefacts stored at Anderson’s Mill has been stolen. The five storey bluestone mill, built in 1862, is located on Birch Creek in Smeaton about 30km north of Ballarat. The Mill was powered by an impressive 25 ton iron water wheel which was manufactured locally…

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Palimpsest: Minela Krupic

5 Apr 2014 12:00am - 30 Apr 2014 12:00am

Award winning artist Minela Krupic is bringing her poignant and thought-provoking first solo exhibition Palimpsest to Point Nepean National Park. The Palimpsest exhibition explores the stories of migrants quarantined at Point Nepean through collected images of them. A palimpsest is a manuscript from which the text has been scraped or…

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Brimbank Park Running Festival

27 Apr 2014

Brimbank Park Running Festival will be held on the 27 April at Brimbank Park. This event has a specific focus on an outdoor healthy lifestyle and is inclusive of all levels and ages with a distance to suit everyone. You may choose to walk, run or a bit of both.…

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Melbourne Tramways Band Recital

27 Apr 2014 2:30pm-4:30pm

The Melbourne Tramways Band will be holding their "Spirit of Anzac" recitial at the open air bandstand in Wattle Park in Burwood (weather permitting). Mel 60 J3. Bring your own rug or chair. If a concert is to be cancelled, we will advise Parks Victoria by midday and you may…

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Preserving the Point

30 Apr 2014 9:00am - 1 May 2014 7:30pm

The ideal conservation holiday for those looking for a physical challenge amongst some of the state's most picturesque surroundings. You will make a direct contribution to critical environmental science and park management, learn about the native species and the monitoring program, and experience the beautiful landscape of Point Nepean.