Bundaberg Region

Bundaberg Region

Bundaberg Region - Queensland

The Bundaberg coastal and hinterland region gives visitors an experience of the real Australia, embracing its historic country towns with picturesque views overlooking the rolling countryside and the pristine coral coast with a string of seaside towns to explore. From former gold mines in the country to relaxing fishing and beach resorts on the coast, uncover the abundance of diverse encounters to be enjoyed in this beautiful region.

As you drive through the fields of rich sugar cane and small crops it is not difficult to understand why Bundaberg is at the centre of this iconic Aussie industry. Bundaberg Rum or Bundy as it is commonly known, has been created here for over 100 years and a visit would not be entirely wrapped up without a sip or two of this iconic beverage. The hinterland region will have you venturing into the rugged wilderness and challenging yourself with four wheel drive escapades and bushwalking adventures.

While along the coast you will uncover stretches of long beaches framed by national park to be explored, along with the islands and reefs of the unspoilt Southern Great Barrier Reef. Lose yourself in the memories of childhood holidays in seaside villages, when life meant finding the perfect shell, swimming all day and slurping ice cream and experience it all over again in this beautiful region.

For those whose maxim is barefoot luxury, your search ends here with the breathtaking islands of Lady Elliott and Lady Musgrave where simplicity is the order of the day and will have you leaving the outside world behind.

Witness the largest mainland concentration of turtles in the South Pacific region at Mon Repos as you marvel at the annual turtle nesting and hatching. The stunning coastal and hinterland regions will tempt you to return to this lovely region.