Bundy Food Tours

Multiple Locations

Bundy Food Tours offers visitors a unique opportunity to meet passionate farmers of the Bundaberg region, whose produce feeds the nation. Visit their farms and hear their generational family farming stories.

See the diversity of produce grown in the area beyond sugar cane including macadamia nuts, sweet potatoes, figs, tomatoes, passionfruit, dragon fruit, limes, ginger, chilies, strawberries and flowers. Bundaberg may be famous for rum and brewed soft drink but Suzie will introduce you to local beer brewers, distillers of award winning gin and coffee roasters.

Travel in air-conditioned comfort through the beautiful patchwork of volcanic soil farms to the blue coastal waters of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. This tour is extremely informative with visits to several different farms. You will sample fresh produce, enjoy paddock to plate experiences while visiting the regions culinary hotspots with your host Suzie, who recently graduated with a Le Cordon Bleu Master of Gastronomic Tourism.

They also recommend the best places to eat during your stay in Bundaberg or Bargara.

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Bundy Food Tours

Bundy Food Tours gives you a behind the scenes tour on farms, into traditional butcher shops and seafood specialists in the Bundaberg region. These small guided food tours offer an extraordinary opportunity for you to meet large and small food producers and hear their family farming stories from second to fourth generation. You will learn about the diversity of produce grown in the area from sweet potatoes to dragon fruit and strawberries to macadamia nuts, sometimes all on the same family farm.

You will travel in air-conditioned comfort through the beautiful patchwork of volcanic soil farms to the blue coastal waters of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. This tour is extremely informative with visits to several different farms and a picnic along the way. You will sample fresh produce, collect tips from your culinary specialist host Suzie Clarke and find out about all the local food hotspots. Suzie has 30 years’ experience in food, both cooking and teaching and recently graduated with a Le Cordon Bleu Master of Gastronomic Tourism.

At the end of your tour Suzie would be happy to recommend Indulge Café for lunch or book you a table at Grunskes by the River for a seafood feast.

Indicative rates

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$60 $79

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Keswick Island Dive Site

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Mackay is not generally well known as a dive destination, but with offshore islands and reefs it certainly has the potential for some great diving. However, there is one location off Mackay that is regularly dived, the wonderful Keswick Island.

The Singapore Shipwreck Dive Site - Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
The Singapore was bound for Sydney from Hong Kong when she struck what is now called 'Singapore Rock' sometime in January 1877. Fortunately, no lives were lost. The Singapore was a 964 ton single screw steamer with a length of 87 metres and a width of 10 metres.

Snorkelling on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
The Great Barrier Reef coral fringes Keswick and provides magnificent snorkelling, especially at Connie Bay and Coral Gardens. Keswick's coral reef offers something for everyone, from swim-through caves and deep canyons to wide shallows, teeming with marine life.

Birdwatching on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Keswick Island is a bird watcher's paradise. The island is home to many different bird species, with sightings of at least 33 different birds documented to date - an impressive variety for an island of Keswick's size.

Brampton Island

Brampton Island, Mackay Area
Sitting at the southern entrance of the Whitsunday Passage, Brampton Island is a tropical island haven. Brampton Island is 32 kilometres north-east of Mackay and 50 kilometres south of Hamilton Island.

Connie Bay on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
At the far north end of Keswick Island, Connie Bay is a secluded beach of sweeping white sand, turquoise water and fringing coral. Connie Bay boasts uninterrupted views towards the northern Whitsunday islands.

Whale Watching on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Humpback Whales can be frequently seen around Keswick Island during their annual migration through the Whitsundays between the months of July to September. Seeing the whales frolicking nearby, or guiding a newborn calf through the protected waters of Egremont Passage, is a truly magical experience.

Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Most visitors to Mackay are surprised to learn that one of the southern-most Whitsunday Islands can be visited directly from the Mackay coast. Keswick Island is situated 32 kilometres from Mackay and is accessible via the water from the Mackay Marina, or by air.

Shoal Point

Shoal Point, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Shoal Point is the northern-most community of the Northern Beaches group, with a visually spectacular coastal beach. At low tide, the beach can almost be mistaken as a small sweeping desert. The sand stretches for hundreds of metres, allowing a close-up view of Green Reef Island.

Fishing on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Deep sea and reef fishing at Keswick Island is legendary. The nearby coral reefs, mangrove habitats and protected waters of Egremont Passage attract a vast array of fish. The proximity of the outer reef also boosts the diversity of fish species.
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