East Bundaberg Water Tower

Bundaberg East, Bundaberg Area

The East Water Tower is a must visit as it is believed to be the only circular brick tower in Queensland. Given Bundaberg's relatively flat terrain, this tower is the perfect example of late 19th century technology - using the increased water pressure provided by the tower in order to allow the reticulated water system to flow through efficiently.

The East Water Tower demonstrates Bundaberg's development as a major regional city serving one of Queensland's most significant sugar growing districts

The East Bundaberg Water Tower is only a couple of minutes walk from Lake Ellen Heritage Hub..

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17 Sussex Street
Bundaberg East, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

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