Our renovations are now complete. New floor coverings in lounge, kitchen and dining room. New kitchen bench. Renovated bathroom with new shower, including flicker taps, swinging shower door and grab rails. New roller blinds in kitchen and dining room. Get your requests in quickly to enjoy this comfortable, affordable pet friendly accommodation in a great location in Bendigo. We are booked out for December.
We have recently renovation both our units, fresh paint, new carpet and new kitchen bench in our Benstay unit. We made the most of our enforced COVID downtime to do this and we are now ready for visitors again.
Emily’s on Weerrona now has reverse cycle air conditioners in both bedrooms, adding to the comfort that the unit in the lounge room already provides..
Benstay has moved one step closer to becoming a sustainable business.
We are now using sustainable toilet paper in our units, supplied by Who Gives a Crap, 50% of their profits go to building toilets in developing countries as well as using recycled paper and bamboo.
Truely amazing!! ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Just loved the unit. Very stylish and comfortable. The fact that it’s dog friendly is an absolute bonus. Bed was so comfy, bedding and towels beautiful . We’ve already booked for a longer stay later in the year. Thank you 😊 Reviewer location Merino Victoria Date of arrival 7 September 2018
The new $4.6M Garden for the Future at Bendigo Botanic Gardens White Hills is nearing completion, with the laying of over 4,700m² of turf lawn.
The new turf and the planting of 30,000 trees and shrubs is finally bringing the garden to life.
Established during the golden age of post-war modernism, Marimekko is the Finnish textile and fashion company that achieved international fame in the 1960s and 70s with its bold screen prints and pop-art style graphics. Coinciding with the emerging liberation of women, the founding of Marimekko, or ‘Mary dress’ as the name literally translates, represented a pure concept; free from rules and constraints.
This exhibition traces Marimekko’s meteoric rise from the 1950s to the present, and explores the dualities that define its aesthetic. Its iconic fabric patterns and unconventional ready-to-wear outfits brought colour and informality to an otherwise self-conscious fashion world. With more than 60 outfits, swathes of original fabrics, homewares, sketches and other archival materials, the exhibition focuses on the work of the talented individuals who defined this local textile practice and created its internationally recognisable designs.