Bundy Food Tours offers guests an authentic Australian farm experience and great opportunities to connect people over food.
With a silver award for Excellence in Food Tourism at the 2018 Queensland Tourism Awards and two TripAdvisor Certificates of Excellence, Bundy Food Tours is quietly shaping the Bundaberg foodie scene. They encourage you to come along and meet their local food heros.
The Bundaberg region is feeding the nation with fresh produce and macadamia nuts, currently producing 80 per cent of Australia’s sweet potatoes and 50 per cent of Australia’s macadamia nuts and much more.
Their half day tours include tastings, morning or afternoon tea, a seafood lunch and introductions to local farmers, brewers, distillers, bakers and seafood suppliers.
Join weekly tours on Thursdays and Saturdays and find out what makes this region tick!
Bundaberg is situated at the gateway of the Southern Great Barrier Reef, it is a great place to visit Lady Musgrave or Lady Elliot Islands, and the Mon Repos Turtle Rookery.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
A Taste of Bundaberg Experience is exactly that. They want to wet your appetite and unearth your passion for fresh produce and drinks by introducing to food and beverage producers at the source. Their tours include visits to five or more foodie destinations to meet the passionate food producers of the Bundaberg region. For example, on Saturdays they stop by an amazing sourdough baker to hear how a banker became passionate about fermented foods. They try locally made kombucha before heading out to a watermelon farm or dragon fruit farm.
While driving through the farms host Suzie will provide interesting farming history of the Bundaberg region and introduce guests to a farmer who grows figs all year round. All of this before morning tea, which by the way is prepared by the farmer’s wife on the farm and served while a local coffee roaster roasts his latest blend for you.
After a tour of the farm market, guests hop back on board and visit new award winning distiller at a gin distillery. To finish off, there is one last stop at a craft brewery. Alternate itineraries on Wednesdays and Thursdays visiting different farms, seafood markets, butcher and chocolate shops.
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