Bundaberg: Drives

Bundaberg is your starting line for spectacular drives to stunning beaches, fringing coral reefs, rugged gorges and imposing mountain ranges. Set your pace to slow and steady as you discover the serene rural views and picture-perfect coastal scenes that surround the region.

Cruise along Bundaberg’s pristine coastline with its glistening water and bountiful marine life and relax on your own stretch of white, sandy beach. Take a drive to the Coral Coast Pathways where you can stretch your legs and breathe in the fresh sea air. Vast rural settings, quaint townships, national parks, and revealing ancient aboriginal paintings are all waiting for you along the Burnett Circle and Australia’s Country Way.

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Pacific Coast Way

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The Pacific Coast Way links coastal havens, hinterland towns, and major cities all along the east coast, from the Gold Coast to Cairns. The Pacific Coast is a 'big' drive. Take your time: the real journey hides just out of sight, ready to be discovered off the highway.

The Burnett Circle

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This is the stuff Australian landscape paintings are made of. With craggy mountain ranges, bottle and grass trees, waterways, picturesque picnic spots, untouched vast stretches of land and blue sky as far as the eye can see, this is the Burnett Circle.

Bundaberg to Childers and Woodgate Day Trip

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Fresh produce, modern history and unspoilt beaches form the basis of this drive which starts in Bundaberg, before winding towards Apple Tree Creek, and on to Childers before ending in Woodgate. This is a classic country drive and although it measures under 100 kilometres long, it's best enjoyed by taking delightful pauses along the way and imbibing the food and wine for which this region is renowned, as you journey through cane and farm country and breathe in fresh rural air.

Australia's Country Way

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Australia's Country Way guides you to the delights and treasures that pepper the countryside of the Great Dividing Range. From Sydney to Rockhampton the holiday is as much about savouring the journey as reaching the destination.

WWI Memorial Journey - Bundaberg to Yeppoon

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The journey from Bundaberg to Yeppoon, north east of Rockhampton, includes a number of different aspects of Queenslanders' war service, including commemorating war nurses at one of the Bundaberg Memorials, a visit to the museum of an early aviation hero and WWI veteran Bert Hinkler, a memorial which doubled as a union rallying point in the mining town of Mount Morgan and an avenue of trees representing those lost in WWI on the beachside at Yeppoon.

Bundaberg to Eidsvold Weekend Drive

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The incredible legend of RM Williams lays at the end of this drive which takes you from Bundaberg, past the Boolboonda Tunnel, out towards Mount Perry and onwards to Eidsvold. Measuring some 180 kilometres long, take your time to enjoy this peaceful corner of regional Queensland.

WW1 Memorial Drive Journey – Bundaberg to Yeppoon

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The journey from Bundaberg to Yeppoon, north east of Rockhampton, includes a number of different aspects of Queenslanders' war service, including commemorating war nurses at one of the Bundaberg Memorials;

Bruce Highway - Buxton to Miriam Vale

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The true adventure on the Bruce Highway begins through the Bundaberg North Burnett Region. From Buxton in the south through to Miriam Vale in the north. Bushrangers, barra, ancient predators, exotic treasures, liquid gold, frozen and bottled delights, history and heritage, and art displays await those travelling to the region.

5 Family Friendly Beaches In One Day

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Bundaberg offers some of the most pristine beaches to be found on Queensland's coastline. There is something for every member of the family - swimming and playground for the kids, fishing for Dad and beautiful scenery to relax in for Mum.

Bundaberg to Cania Gorge Outdoors Weekend Drive

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This delightful drive route winds from the cane city of Bundaberg out to stunning Cania Gorge, taking in tiny townships and quaint countryside along the way. You'll enjoy food, wine and rum (of course), historical buildings, vineyards, agriculture and mining, before marveling at the cliffs, gorges, caves and Aboriginal art of Cania Gorge National Park.
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