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Official site for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Address: Finn St, Emu Point , Bendigo, Victoria 3550
Phone: 03 5442 1685
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: bendigojosshouse.com
At the Bendigo Joss House Temple you can discover more about the Chinese migrants who came to Bendigo in search of gold so long ago.The Bendigo Joss House Temple, a Chinese place of worship, was constructed in the late 1860s. Standing for over a century, the Bendigo Joss House Temple is one of the few remaining buildings of its type in Australia. It comprises a Caretaker's Residence, Temple and Ancestral Hall.The main temple is dedicated to Guan-Di, the god of war and prosperity. The Chinese saw Guan-Di as a wise judge, guide, protector and provider of wealth and prosperity.Constructed with locally hand-made bricks and painted red, symbolising the traditional Chinese colour denoting strength and vitality, the Bendigo Joss House Temple is an important part of Bendigo's cultural history.The Bendigo Joss House Temple is open every day during September to May. Opening days vary during June and July, please view opening times for more information or contact Bendigo Joss House Temple.
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The Bendigo Joss House Temple is easily accessible by Vintage ‘Talking’ Tram as it is located at the northern tram terminus.
Open eveny day from September to May execpt Christmas Day. Time vary during June and July so please view their opening times or contact Bendigo Joss House Temple for more information.
-4:00pmOpen times from September to May.
Saturday to Wednesday 11:00am
-4:00pmOpen times during June and July.
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