Discover the Picturesque Bundaberg Region

From a historical city centre to sugarcane fields and picturesque beaches Bundaberg has a wealth of natural treasures and venues to explore. Check out the Bundaberg Rum Distillery with tours Monday to Friday 10am-3pm and 10am-2pm on the weekend (every hour on the hour). See nesting loggerhead turtles and hatchlings from November to late march Mon Repos Turtle Rookery. There’s also the Bundaberg Barrel, Ginger Beer Factory a self-guided tour open 7 days and Schmeider’s Cooperage, Bundaberg’s timber barrel and keg maker.

“Bundaberg is a major centre within Queensland’s broader Wide Bay-Burnett geographical region. The city is on the Burnett River, approximately 385 km north of the state capital, Brisbane, and 15 km inland from the coast.”

Other attractions include the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, Hinkler Hall of Aviation, Bundaberg & District Historical Museum and Fairymead House Sugar Museum. Enjoy a costal drive from Burnett Heads, Bundaberg Port to Bargara round trip to Elliot Heads. Explore the local Shalom Sunday Markets with fresh local farm produce, bric-a-brac and 200 stalls to explore.
A courtesy bus service from our local clubs can be booked at our kiosk so you can enjoy a drink, meal and live entertainment.

Links to Bundaberg Attractions

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Lonely Planet's Guide to Things to do in Bundaberg

Discover more of Bundaberg's hidden gems from a relaxing Burnett River Cruise to parks & gardens and some great spots to grab a bite to eat.
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