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Connecting Our Community

‘Connecting Our Community’ is an art installation located in Bendigo Telco’s Customer Experience (CX) Centre in the heart of Bendigo. It was commissioned by Bendigo Telco and created by Dylan Treacy, Jesse Munzel and Nell Bradbury through Youth Take Over.


Bendigo Telco wanted to utilise a blank wall in the CX Centre to help tell their story so that people can get an understanding of what makes Bendigo Telco ‘not just another telco company’. The artists landed on a subway-style map that mirrors a street map of Bendigo to illustrate how Bendigo Telco is connecting the local community through helping people achieve their technology successes.


The embedded photo gallery is designed to evolve over time and feature projects supported by the Bendigo Northern District Community Enterprise, Empowering Eaglehawk, the Kangaroo Flat Community Enterprise and the Strathfieldsaye and Districts Community Enterprise. Bendigo Telco has partnered with each of these community enterprises to deliver financial support, connections and advocacy for community groups and projects that enhance the lives of their communities. Read more about the enterprises below.


The artwork also incorporates logos of Bendigo Telco’s shareholders – Bendigo Bank, Bendigo Health, City of Greater Bendigo and Coliban Water.


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Bendigo Northern District Community Enterprise



The Bendigo Northern District Community Enterprise (BNDCE) originated from the foresight of a group of community minded people who identified the need for a vehicle to drive projects forward in the local district. It is a partnership with Bendigo Bank and Bendigo Telco and is directed and managed by local people to assist the residents of Bendigo’s northern districts by:


  • Giving the people of our communities the power to make good ideas happen

  • Directing money to projects and activities and facilities to support young people, families and the elderly

  • Implementing a small grants program to lend support to community organisations

  • Actively involving itself in the continued growth and development of the community and to contribute to both the financial and overall well-being of the local district.


The BNDCE district includes the areas from in and around White Hills and Bendigo East and north through Epsom, Ascot, Huntly, Bagshot, Goornong, Raywood and Toolleen.

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