10 Heidke St
Bundaberg QLD 4670

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The historic sugar cane city of Bundaberg is a four-hour drive north of Brisbane and the southernmost gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Bundaberg is a major centre within Queensland's Wide Bay-Burnett region, with a population of just over 50,000. It's a subtropical region and is dependent to a large extent on the local sugar industry as well as a large fruit and vegetable industry.

Bundaberg is fringed by fascinating coral cays, lagoons and 140 kilometres of glistening white beaches. It’s a short drive to Mon Repos Regional Park, home to the largest concentration of nesting sea turtles on the eastern Australian mainland. Bundaberg is also the base for diving and snorkelling trips to Lady Musgrave Island and Lady Elliot Island, as well as swimming and fishing from coastal national parks.

Bundaberg isn’t just a coastal experience, you can also explore city drawcards such as museums, heritage buildings and lush botanic gardens.

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