Bundaberg's National Parks

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.


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Mon Repos Turtle Centre, Mon Repos Conservation Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
From AU$27.00 - 65.00
Please Note: The Turtle Centre is Closed until further notice. This closure is due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Check park alerts for current advice on park closures. No visit to Mon Repos is complete without a stop at the turtle centre.

Coonarr Beach

Coonarr, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Coonarr Beach is a 4.2 kilometre long, east facing beach that begins amongst the tidal shoals of the Elliott River mouth, then runs straight down to the smaller mouth of Coonarr Creek. There is a gravel road out to the small beachfront settlement of Coonarr, located toward the southern end of the beach.

Coongarra Rock

Biggenden, North Burnett Area
Free Entry
For Four Wheel Drive enthusiasts, Coongarra Rock and Falls provide an opportunity to explore rocky outcrops, caves, rock pools and natural vegetation. It is possible to climb the rock but should only be attempted by fit and experienced bushwalkers.

Mount Walsh National Park

Biggenden, North Burnett Area
Free Entry
Spectacular exposed granite outcrops and cliffs rise to 703 metres above sea level in this rugged park. Mount Walsh and The Bluff Mount at the northern end of the park are prominent landmarks in the Biggenden area.

Burrum Coast National Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Flowering heaths, quiet beaches and abundant wildlife make this park a place to retreat, relax and appreciate the splendour and peace of the natural environment. Explore the park on one of the several walking tracks and discover diverse coastal habitats.

Woodgate Beach Park and Playground

Woodgate, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Woodgate Beach boasts 16 kilometres of white sandy beaches surrounded by 20,000 hectares of National Park. The Woodgate Beach Park and Playground is located on the waterfront offering stunning views of the coastline.

Mon Repos Conservation Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
***Note: In response to COVID-19, Mon Repos Turtle Centre is Closed until further notice.*** Mon Repos Conservation Park is a quiet coastal oasis where you can enjoy walking and cycling tracks and experience the wonder of a turtle encounter.

Drive Electric - Queensland's Electric Super Highway

Multiple Locations
Drive into the future in an electric vehicle (EV), using the world’s longest EV charging network in a single state! The Queensland Electric Super Highway (QESH) stretches from Coolangatta to Cairns and from Brisbane to Toowoomba, enabling Queenslanders and tourists to visit the amazing natural assets and lively regional communities in an EV.

Splitters Farm

Sharon, Bundaberg Area
From AU$15 - 18
Splitters Farm is a 160 acre property bordered by Splitters Creek, a fresh water nature reserve that feeds into Bundaberg’s beautiful Burnett River. Splitters Farm offers 'Meet the Animals' Farm Tours each weekend.

Lake Wuruma

Eidsvold, North Burnett Area
Free Entry
Lake Wuruma is located 48 kilometres north of Eidsvold and has a capacity of 165,000 megalitres. The lake took three years and AUD5.3 million to build and provides irrigation for the regions agriculture.
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