454 High St Golden Square, VIC. Australia. 3555
We at the Elm Motel take great pride in providing excellent, quality service, and delicious home-cooked country style breakfasts.
Wonderful, cosy, comfortable beds in a lovely homely, well appointed room that you won’t want to leave.
A separate bathroom and toilet, ensuite style, with a hairdryer and the little necessities included, shampoo and conditioner etc.
Plenty of storage space for your luggage and hanging clothes, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, toasters in every room.
Electric blankets to keep you warm on the cold winter nights.
Split system heating and cooling with ceiling fans, especially lovely on those really hot summer days.
New large screen digital TV’s and clock radios in every room with wireless internet available on request
A guest laundry with washing machine and dryer, is free of charge, for your convenience
*There is ample off-street parking for that trailer or larger vehicle, external smoking areas and lots, lots more.
There is a 24 hour service station/convenience store right beside us, with public transport leaving from outside our front door every half hour to take you on that shopping expedition into the heart of Bendigo, or you can drive just 3.5kms to Bendigo’s famous ‘Alexandra Fountain’, the CBD and see the sights of beautiful Bendigo. Picnic at the lovely Lake Weeroona or catch the Talking Tram and take in the wonderful architecture of Bendigo, visit the Bendigo Pottery, take the kids to ‘The Zone’ for lots of fun and excitement and loads more to do and see in Bendigo.
Office services, such as copying facilities are available, as is a wide range of cool beverages for the children and adults alike.
Like many of the towns across Central Victoria, Bendigo owes its origins as a city to the gold rushes of the nineteenth century.
The gold rush resulted in a massive influx of migrants and Bendigo quickly became a melting pot with its own unique ethnic character. Key groups included the Irish, Cornish, Germans, Americans and the Chinese.
Work first commenced on the magnificent Sacred Heart Cathedral in 1896 and it was officially consecrated in 1977, some eighty years later. The height of the main Sacred Heart Cathedral spire is 86.64 metres (284 feet).
Ride the famous Vintage Talking Tram Tour as it weaves through the historic streets of Bendigo, telling wonderful stories of days gone by.
Today this intriguing cultural heritage gives Bendigo its character and style; the golden past is seamlessly woven into the contemporary threads of this vibrant city.