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Chancery Lane, Bendigo

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by Caitlin Abbott (subscribe)
Aspiring Philosopher and writer. Caitlin Abbott
Published May 5th 2017
Chancery Lane is too unique to not be seen at least once
Chancery Lane Bendigo
Dame Edna Graffiti in Chancery Lane

A few days ago, my boyfriend and I went for a short walk during our lunch break at school. My only intention was to fulfil my need for caffeine but he had other plans. We made our way to Chancery Lane, one of the few lane ways in Bendigo. I'd walked past it many times before, never making the effort to go and see what was really there.

After venturing down the lane, I became so regret full of my previous actions as it has now become one of my favourite places in Bendigo to visit. The incredible graffiti featured on the walls as you enter is just mesmerising and could not be recreated. As you continue down the lane, on your right you have a coffee shop, and somewhere to sit and eat.

On your left, you are greeted by a small clothing shop called Robe, which to me look quite enticing. I will be back very soon for another visit and I am so thankful for being introduced to Chancery Lane.
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Where: Chancery Lane, Bendigo
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It's surprising how many towns and cities are now featuring murals on business walls. I love findng these little wondersnd will definitley look this up next time we are in town.
by Gayle Beveridge-Marien (score: 4|10118) 2038 days ago
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