Bendigo Creek Graffiti

The Bendigo Creek was once a place of crystal clear watering holes where platypus would frolic without a worry. Now it's a concrete jungle, built to drain the toxic sludge created by a gold washing technique called 'puddling'.

With 2 continuous walls that stretch for kilometres on end, it's surprisingly unpainted.

This is a collection of Bendigo Creek Graffiti starting in Golden Square and finishing in White Hills.

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