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