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Die Leute hier nennen sie „Bundy“ – diese Region, in der es sich so richtig genussvoll entspannen lässt. 

Nehmen Sie sich also die Zeit und gehen Sie auf Entdeckertour.


 
  • Der Strand von Mon Repos ist der größte Nistplatz des Südpazifiks. Hier können Sie von November bis März den Lebenszyklus der Meeresschildkröten beobachten. 
  • Begegnen Sie den Schildkröten und Mantarochen ganz nah am Strand von Lady Elliot Island und machen Sie ein Selfie mit einer Schildkröte!
  • Besuchen Sie die Seen, Schluchten, Landschaften und weitere natürliche Schätze entlang der Küste und lauschen Sie den Geschichten der Einheimischen.
  • Ihr Besuch in Bundy wäre nicht komplett ohne den bekannten Bundaberg Rum, das Ingwerbier, die leckeren Weine, frische Meeresfrüchte und das hausgemachte Macadamia-Nuss-Eis. Probieren Sie es!

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Mon Repos Turtle Centre, Mon Repos Conservation Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
From AU$27.00 - 65.00
Please Note: The Turtle Centre is Closed until further notice. This closure is due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Check park alerts for current advice on park closures. No visit to Mon Repos is complete without a stop at the turtle centre.

Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park

Bundaberg East, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Known as Bundaberg's own "Kakadu", Baldwin Swamp is home to many species of birdlife and wildlife. Meander through the trails and take in the smells of the Eucalypt trees whilst enjoying the peace and quiet Baldwin Swamp offers.

Entrance Bommie Dive Site

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
Located at the entrance to Lady Musgrave Island lagoon, Entrance Bommie is a large blade of coral sitting in 22 metres of water. This elongated bommie is riddled with ledges and caves, which are usually overflowing with baitfish.

Spiders Ledge

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
Spiders Ledge is a good place to see sharks at Lady Elliot Island. The reef at this site slopes from 8 metres to 25 metres and is cut by a series of gutters and ledges. Pretty corals and abundant reef fish are found at the site, as are turtles and schools of pelagic fish.

Hummock Lookout

Qunaba, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Situated off the road to Bargara is the low-lying volcanic remnant known as "The Hummock" which, although only 96 metres above sea-level, offers visitors good views over the whole area. The ocean is visible to the east while, to the west, the sugar fields can be seen encircling the city with the smoke stacks of the Bundaberg Distillery and Mill on the horizon.

Mon Repos Conservation Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
***Note: In response to COVID-19, Mon Repos Turtle Centre is Closed until further notice.*** Mon Repos Conservation Park is a quiet coastal oasis where you can enjoy walking and cycling tracks and experience the wonder of a turtle encounter.

Hiros Cave and The Tubes

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
The eastern side of Lady Elliot Island is not always dived as it is more exposed to the weather, but this part of the island has some lovely dive sites. A feature of this part of the fringing reef is a wall that drops from 14 metres to 22 metres.

Splitters Farm

Sharon, Bundaberg Area
From AU$15 - 18
Splitters Farm is a 160 acre property bordered by Splitters Creek, a fresh water nature reserve that feeds into Bundaberg’s beautiful Burnett River. Splitters Farm offers 'Meet the Animals' Farm Tours each weekend.

Cania Gorge National Park

Monto, North Burnett Area
Free Entry
Cania Gorge National Park preserves a valuable remnant of the Brigalow Belt country. Along with plant communities including brigalow forest, eucalypt woodland, cypress pine woodland, dry rainforest and grassland, you'll discover the sandstone landscapes of cliffs and fern-covered pools, where you might just spot a grazing rock wallaby, sunbathing rainbow skink, a hunting lace monitor, or hear the call of the dollarbirds.

Manta Ray Bommie Dive Site

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
Manta Ray Bommie is not just one coral head, but a collection of bommies off the western side of Lady Musgrave Island. These bommies come in a range of sizes, in depths from 12 to 20 metres, with the biggest ones decorated with gorgonians, soft corals and sponges.
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