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Paradise has a name, and it answers to Lady Elliot Island.
The Southern Great Barrier Reef is home to Green Turtles and Loggerhead Turtles. Meet these amazing creatures in their Queensland homes.
Taking a sustainable holiday never looked so good.
Pack your bags, grab the kids, and go on the ultimate Turtle Tour along the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Discover how to spend four days with the family in this stunning area.
Experience your first, second and third turtle encounter in one trip.
Take a big, juicy bite out of Bundaberg.
Make the pilgrimage to experience Bundaberg Rum on its hallowed ground, and you’ll quickly discover that the drink itself is only part of the story.
Traditionally known for its sugar cane, Bundaberg is now a thriving food bowl.