Lots of people have been talking about Stay Social lately, especially after winning the Bendigo Excellence in Accommodation Award earlier this year.
Big thanks to all those who have stayed and left great feedback. Also to those who have referred us to people you know coming to Bendigo.
For those who haven't had a chance to check out our place, now is your chance to come and see what all the fuss is about!
We are open this Sunday 29 October, as part of ...
We’re a huge fan of the Bendigo music scene and in particular the Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival.
When you are choosing dates to come and stay in Bendigo, we recommend you find a gig to enjoy Bendigo music during your stay.
The main Festival is on in November each year, but there are Blues and Roots organised gigs throughout the year. The Blues and Roots website is a great place to find out what’s on. This includes gigs and Bendigo ...
We’re passionate supporters of the Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival, a highlight on the Bendigo music and events calendar. A number of artists performing at the festival stay at Stay Social.
It was such a thrill to have some of our favourite bands Lily and King, and Emilee South stay with us when they performed at one of the Blues & Roots fundraiser gigs earlier this year.
That’s the great thing about the festival - not only is it one big event ...
We recently contributed to a number of worthy causes as part of the Big Give - a day for fundraising in Central Victoria for local community groups, sports clubs and not-for profits.
Our donations helped Bike Bendigo’s plan to join the Open Street’s campaign, to build gardens beds at the Bendigo Sustainability Group’s office and to replace an emergency support vehicle for the Golden Square CFA.
Big Give fundraising money has contributed to Bendigo’s first Open Streets event held on Saturday 29 October. ...
Stay Social were delighted to host 32 volunteers from Eat Up Australia, who in 45 minutes made over 1,000 sandwiches, as organised by The Greater-Good Project. The volunteers delivered the sandwiches to all 12 Bendigo primary schools for children who for whatever reason come to school without lunch.
Also supported by Bendigo Foodshare and OzHarvest Melbourne.
It’s hard to believe, but there are many young Aussies who go to school each day without any lunch. Without food, concentration is compromised. Which means learning is compromised. Which means ...