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Bundaberg North Burnett

Country charm meets coastal cool in ‘Bundy’, where it’s not unusual to feast on fresh farm-gate fare, dive the Southern Great Barrier Reef and watch baby turtles hatch all in one day.

Sand. Sun. Snorkel. Repeat

If the Southern Great Barrier Reef was a marathon, Bundaberg would be the starting line. But there's only one pace required to explore the region's beaches, fringing coral reefs and islands, and that's slow and steady.

Turtle town

Forget nature documentaries; witness the turtle life cycle live and unedited as the annual nesting and hatching season unfolds.

  • Take part in Australia's only ranger-guided tours at Mon Repos from November to March.
  • Put your best flipper forward and swim alongside resident turtles at Lady Elliot Island.

Eat/drink local

A place where roadside honesty boxes, seafood straight off the boat and paddock-to-plate dining meet; the sugar-cane framed Bundaberg North Burnett region offers a drive-through experience of the fresh food kind.

  • Pick your own strawberries, figs, avocados, oranges and more from roadside stalls and farm gates.
  • Chew your way through locally-sourced menus, with ingredients delivered direct to the kitchen by the farmer.

Hop, skip & jump

No visit to Bundaberg is complete without a road trip to discover more of the region’s best kept secrets along Australia’s Country Way.

  • Head to Childers and try the creamiest homemade macadamia nut ice-cream.
  • Visit citrus capitals Gayndah and Mundubbera and take an orchard tour.
  • Put your hiking boots on, travel west to Cania Gorge National Park and get some perspective among the sandstone monoliths and ancient caves.
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