6 things to do these summer school holidays in Bundaberg

6 things to do these summer school holidays in Bundaberg

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Picnics, watching turtles hatch, bootcamp and beach time… there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained these holidays in Bundaberg.

1. Turtle time

Witness nesting and hatching turtles with Mon Repos Turtle Experience over the summer months. The nightly experience gives you the opportunity to see turtles nesting until January, then watch their newborns rush down the beach until March!

2. Spotting platypus

Enjoy a picnic by one of the towering cliffs and ancient caves at Cania Gorge National Park. Then take an easy bushwalk from the picnic area along Three Moon Creek to watch for platypus. Remember the H20!

3. Bubbly fun

Big fan of Bundaberg’s famous ginger beer? Well, you can tour The Bundaberg Barrel to learn about its origins, ingredients and packaging. You’ll be glad to hear there are free samples and touch screen activities for the kids.

4. Santa’s coming to Gayndah

Head to the Gayndah Christmas Street Carnival on 19 December for a night filled with street art, crafts, gift, food stalls and a ham wheel. Kids can meet Santa to tell him if they’ve been naughty or nice!

5. Fun fitness

Sign the kids up for a free Kids Bootcamp on 17 December from 3pm to 3:45pm at Alexandra Park with YMCA Fun Fit Coaches. Get those little hearts pumping with athletic games and activities at this one-session-only bootcamp.

6. Park life

Head to the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens and Playground, home to 114 species of birds. Feed the ducks, have a picnic then check out Hinkler House, Cafe 1928 and the nearby Railway Museum – built in 1881!

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