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Bundaberg - Site ID: 695
Bundaberg, Coral Coast & Country is a charming region of pristine beaches and coral islands. Just an easy four-hour drive north of Brisbane, it's the type of place where you can slow down, relax, and embrace life. Known as the southern gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, the region boasts an unspoiled 140km sandy coastline, several national parks and coral cays, all which are awaiting your discovery.
Bundy Sugar - Site ID: 748
As a leader in the Australian Sugar industry since 1882, we have endeavoured to provide our customers with practical sugar related information since our first website launched many years ago. Our ever popular recipe pages are updated frequently with new tasty recipes and our education pages provide school students with all they need to know for their projects.
Bundaberg Tourism Guide - Site ID: 749
Bundaberg, well-known for its sugar has a population of over 43 000, and is 368 kilometres, 230 miles, north of Brisbane in Gureng Gureng country at the southernmost access point to the Great Barrier Reef. There is over 140 kilometres, 87.5 miles, of unspoilt beaches that stretch from Woodgate to the Town of 1770. These are stinger free and range from surf to calm water.
Bundaberg Attractions - Site ID: 750
Bundaberg has over 500 hectares of parkland. Alexandra Park with its Victorian era band rotunda (1910) has the added attraction of a free zoo, a great place to take children. Bundaberg is proud of its subtropical gardens and celebrates Bundy in Bloom in early September.
Bundaberg Rum - Site ID: 751
In 1888, the first barrel of Bundaberg Rum literally rolled out of the production line. 110 years later, Bundaberg Rum, through its trials and tribulations, has gained recognition as one of Australia's famous Aussie spirits. In 1986 the Bundaberg Distilling Company appointed its first tour guide and demand soon saw the need to expand the tourist operation.
Bundaberg Port Marina - Site ID: 752
The Bundaberg Port Marina marina offers 160 top quality floating berths. Each berth has power, water and security lighting with telephone and wireless broadband available at most berths. Convenient refuelling, modern amenities, coin operated Laundromat, public phones, hire cars, general store with ATM, LPG refills and ice are some of our other facilities and services on offer.
Bundaberg Region - Site ID: 753
Bundaberg Region Visitor Information is the premier visitor information service provider in the Bundaberg region. Bundaberg Region Visitor Information operates two blue and yellow accredited Visitor Information Centres in Bundaberg, Coral Coast and Country, located at Bundaberg West and on the highway Gin Gin.
Bundaberg - Site ID: 754
Bundaberg, a picturesque coastal town famous for its sugar production and Bundaberg rum, is approximately 385 km north (4 hours drive) of Brisbane. Bundaberg is on the Burnett River. The Bundaberg Region includes Bundaberg, Bargara, Childers, Fraser Island, Fraser Coast, Hervey Bay, Maryborough, Rainbow Beach and South Burnett.
Bundaberg Coral Coast - Site ID: 755
Discover clean stinger-free beaches, oceanfront accommodation and cosmopolitan cafes, 4WD in one of eight coastal National Parks or just relax and enjoy a spot of fishing all without the big city crowds. Head west and enjoy our magnificent rural hinterland with spectacular mountains, rugged peaks, historic country towns and wide-open spaces.