Bendigo Joss House – National Trust Property

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About this site: Significant as the only surviving building of its kind in regional Victoria, the Bendigo Joss House provides a glimpse into Chinese culture and traditions. Built of timber and local handmade bricks, it continues to be used as a house of worship. It is listed as a protected property by the Nation Trust of Victoria.

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Finn Street

Emu Point

3550

VIC

Ph. (03) 5442 1685