Diocese of Bendigo

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For the Roman Catholic church in the area, see Roman Catholic Diocese of Sandhurst.
Diocese of Bendigo
Location
Ecclesiastical province Victoria
Information
Rite Anglican
Cathedral St Paul's Cathedral
Current leadership
Bishop Andrew Curnow
Website
www.bendigoanglican.org.au

The Anglican Diocese of Bendigo comprises much of the central and most of the north-central and north-west regions of Victoria, Australia, roughly the area of Victoria north of the Great Dividing Range and west of the Goulburn River. In 1977 the diocese merged with the Diocese of St Arnaud.

The cathedral church of the diocese is St Paul's Cathedral in Bendigo. Since 28 June 2003 the Bishop of Bendigo has been the Right Reverend Andrew Curnow.

The Gannawarra Cluster is an initiative by the diocese in providing a team of locally ordained clergy to offer ministry to three geographically connected parishes - Cohuna, Kerang and Quambatook.

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Coordinates: 36°45′44″S 144°16′58″E / 36.76222°S 144.28278°E / -36.76222; 144.28278