About Us

Established in 2005, Bendigo Magazine is an independently, locally owned and published, full colour, glossy magazine.

Produced quarterly by creative locals who are passionate about the central Victorian region and it’s people, Bendigo Magazine highlights the amazing aspects of the region including – lifestyle, arts, homes, food, tourism and community.

Our magazine offers a considered balance of editorial and advertising, ultilising quality and professional photographers and writers from the area to bring together insightful stories about central Victoria and it’s people.

Something old, something new

One of the city’s grand historic homes was given a stylish modern facelift that has only enhanced its historic charms, thanks to careful planning and action by those at the helm of this extensive renovation.


It’s about the good life

Rob and Luisa are proudly at the helm of the family business. Drawing on culture and traditional family values, the couple have a firm vision for the future of Bendigo Foodstore.


Lasting legacy

It was a life too short, but the memory of Cameron Brown won’t be forgotten thanks to an innovative fund he established to inspire Queen’s College students, as well as the love and friendship he gave to his family and those lucky enough to have known him.


G’day Peter

Settled amongst the hills of Heathcote, Aussie artist and satirist Peter Russell-Clarke reflects on a life that is as unique and full of interest as his art.


Make a statement

Want to stand out from the crowd? Contrasting finishes and distinctive shapes can be brought together to make a striking combination for any room in any home.


Offering sanctuary

Shelley and her family have created a beloved home and haven for rescued and retired animals, and those in need of some country R&R.


Finding balance

Tony White looks at his role as frontman of Fountaineer as a creative outlet, something that fits in between family and work. It’s an outlet driven by a love of stories that shows in his music, and his ultimate career goal — working at the Bendigo Library.


Natural progression

Artist Natalie Ryan grew up in country Victoria, and while she has lived in some of the busiest cities, designing for large textile corporations, her return to Colbinabbin has seen her reconnect with her love of nature and inspired her to establish Meander Art.


Food at the cutting edge

Ungoverned by traditions and inspired by a melting pot of cultures, Bob Yam reflects on an industry boldly going where it’s never gone before.


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