Golden Dragon Museum

The Golden Dragon Museum is the first museum in Victoria to become accredited through the museum accreditation program in 1997.

The Golden Dragon Museum provides a living history of The Chinese people of Bendigo from the goldrush of the 1850's to the present day. Central to the permanent display is Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world. The Museum also features one of the finest collections of Chinese processional regalia in the world, and several hundred Chinese coins, some dating back to 221 BC.

Collections

Approximately 2000 photographs, including objects, embroidery and costumes. A unique living collection.

The largest collection of Chinese processional regalia, including eight Chinese dragons, costumes and banners. A selection of these cultural objects are used annually in Bendigo's Easter Parade, a local tradition to raise funds for charity since 1871.