Bundaberg Rum Visitor Experience

Bundaberg East, Bundaberg Area

Bundaberg Rum - Australia’s most awarded rum distillery and the home of Bundaberg Rum, has opened the doors to its new Visitor Experience following an AUD8.5 million upgrade.

The Visitor Experience now offers two new tour experiences in addition to the famous Distillery tour – The Bundaberg Rum Museum Experience and a Blend Your Own Rum Experience. There is also an expanded retail experience and bar area where visitors can purchase exclusive and limited edition products only available from the distillery.

Inside the Museum’s self-guided tour, six 75,000 litre oak vats, that have previously matured thousands of litres of Bundaberg’s finest rums, have been emptied and rebuilt, allowing visitors to walk through them in a unique sensory experience that showcases the proud and rich history behind Australia’s favourite rum.

Get the full Bundaberg Rum experience with the Distillery Tour; first, by making your way through the fully immersive Bundaberg Rum Museum Experience. Then, meet up with one of the expert Distillery guides where you’ll continue the journey deep into the rich and golden heart of the fully operational Bundaberg Rum Distillery.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Child $15
Indicative Prices $20 - $30

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday10am - 5pm
Tuesday10am - 5pm
Wednesday10am - 5pm
Thursday10am - 5pm
Friday10am - 5pm
Saturday10am - 4pm
Sunday10am - 4pm

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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