Tweed River

Gold Coast,

The Tweed River is a popular shore diving location at the southern end of the Gold Coast. While there are a number of site that can be dived in the Tweed River, the best site is the rocky wall adjacent to the harbour near the river mouth. This rocky wall forms a habitat for a wide variety of marine life, including rock cods, moray eels, octopus, cuttlefish, stripeys, globefish, lionfish, crabs, shrimps and also nudibranchs. The Tweed River is also a spot where divers can see muck critters, such as stonefish, pineapplefish, scorpionfish, ghost pipefish and even frogfish. With a maximum depth of 12 metres the Tweed River is a site that all divers can enjoy, but being tidal it is best dived on the high tide for calm water and good visibility.

Gold Coast,
Queensland
Australia

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Mon Repos Turtle Season

Bargara, Bundaberg Area
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2 November 2017 – 30 March 2018
The Mon Repos Conservation Park, within the Southern Great Barrier Reef, supports the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles on the Eastern Australian mainland and has the most significant Loggerhead turtle nesting population in the South Pacific.

Bundaberg Chinese New Year Celebrations

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24 February 2018
Come on kids - hound mum and dad to come and enjoy some great family fun as the region welcome’s in the Year of the Dog at Bundaberg’s Chinese New Year Celebrations. From 3pm a variety of events will be unleashed on Bourbong Street featuring performances by artists direct from Nanning, Lion and Dragon dancing, Taiko drumming, lantern parade and fireworks.
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