From the moment you set out to explore Bundaberg’s National Parks you’ll be immersed in dramatic landscapes of rugged gorges, imposing mountain ranges and serene sea views. Delve a little deeper and you can come face to face with rock wallabies and witness turtles hatching at one of Australia’s most significant nesting sites. Diverse natural surroundings and exotic wildlife – it’s all in a day around these parts.
- Imagine a quiet coastal oasis with a tidal lagoon and rock pools then add nesting turtles into the picture and you’re starting to get an impression of Mon Repos Regional Park. But you have to see it for yourself to understand just how special Mon Repos is.
- Cania Gorge National Park will inspire you with towering cliffs and sheltered gorges then leave you awe-struck with its ancient caves and thriving wildlife.
- It’s all in at Burrum Coast National Park – stroll along the boardwalk, camp behind the dunes or canoe across the river but definitely don’t forget to take advantage of the attractive beaches and abundant fishing.