Mundubbera

Mundubbera - Bundaberg Region - Queensland

Celebrated as the citrus capital of Queensland, Munduberra enjoys a stream of workers converging on the town between April and September when the orchids are ripe for the picking and production is in full swing with many other farms and crops. The main industries are nuts, dairying, stone fruits, grapes and pig rearing. Munduberra also enjoys a unique industry, an insectaryl where the production of predatory bugs for crops reduces the use of harmful chemical sprays, ingenious!!

Munduberra - meaning 'Meeting of the waters' is also an attraction in itself in the town, along with the 360 degrees mural, Historical Museum, agricultural and horticultural tours and within keeping of Queensland's assortment of larger than life-sized icons, the giant mandarin.

Campers can get back to nature at the Auburn River National Park where the Auburn, Boyne and Burnett Rivers intersect, featuring an impressive channel with boulders and rock formations having been shaped by the rush of the channel.


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