Dreaming of a little-known tropical hideaway where your only neighbours are feathered, gilled or just plain unable to keep turning the volume up on that stereo?
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Take a big, juicy bite out of this bountiful region.
So, you’ve found yourself on the doorstep of where the Great Barrier Reef begins. What’s next?
Welcome to paradise. Southern Great Barrier Reef style.
With the Southern Great Barrier Reef at its doorstep, endless farm gates, and turtles, you'll never run out of things to do with kids in Bundy!
Discover the secret islands of the Southern Great Barrier Reef and how to get there.
There's plenty of activities to tick off the list these school holidays!
Because Sir David Attenborough said so.
Bundaberg might be known for its rum, beaches and turtles, but head west and you'll find farm stays, fruit picking and a splash of wine tasting
It rivals Tassie in size, is home to flora and fauna not found anywhere else on the planet, and is a hiker's wonderland.