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Strategem Studio at Ulumbarra Theatre

Ulumbarra Theatre is located on Gaol Road, Bendigo, between the Tom Flood Sports Centre and Bendigo Senior Secondary College.

Ulumbarra Theatre is located approximately 150km north-west of Melbourne.


10 Gaol Rd, Bendigo VIC 3550

Phone: 03 5434 6100

Getting here


By car, estimated travelling time from Melbourne to Bendigo is 90 minutes, via the Calder Highway.


By train estimated travelling time from Melbourne to Bendigo is 90 minutes.

Ulumbarra Theatre is approximately a 15-minute walk from Bendigo train station.


From Bendigo train station, you can catch a number 3 or number 5 bus to the View Street arts prencinct, then take a short walk on to Ulumbarra Theatre via the Gaol Road extension, which feeds from the QEO car park to the theatre’s main entrance.

For Bendigo train timetables, fares, maps and travel information visit or phone V/Line on 1800 800 007.

For Bendigo bus timetables, visit or

In and adjacent to the CBD of Bendigo, there are more than 5000 public car parking spaces. The City offers a range of parking options both on and off street.

There are a number of  car parks in close proximity to Ulumbarra Theatre including Park Road (behind the Golden Dragon Museum), QEO car parking behind the Capital Theatre and the Bendigo Art Gallery, Barnard Street,Tom Flood Sports Centre.

There is a disabled car parking zone adjacent to the venue, and a drop off point immediately at the front of the venue for all Ulumbarra Theatre patrons.

The two ticketed multi storey car parks located within a short walk of Ulumbarra Theatre are the Edward street multi storey car park and the Hargreaves street multi storey car park. See here for locations.

For carpark opening hours and more information about parking in Bendigo, visit the City of Greater Bendigo car parking options website.

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