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Bundaberg Attractions

Bundaberg Rum Distillery: the birthplace of Bundaberg Rum. Take a tour, see the bear, learn the history and sample the product.

Schmeider's Cooperage and Craft Centre: see the artisans' demonstrations and displays of barrel making, wood turning, glass blowing, pottery and other crafts and take in the aroma at Crystal Creations.

Tropical Wines: sharpen up your taste buds for a sensation of wines made from a variety of fruit (no grapes)

Hinkler House Memorial Museum: marvel at the life and accomplishments of internationally famous pioneer aviator Bert Hinkler. The museum is house in his original Southhampton hone

Fairymead House Sugar Museum: Learn about the growth of the regions sugar industry over the years in this exquisite heritage house. Visit the historical museum

Bundaberg Railway Museum: get the feel of the railways of yesteryear in an original 1881 railway station building or take a ride on the botanic Gardens Railway

Mystery Craters: is a unique, fascination and interesting geological phenomenon as they are a series of craters in various sizes which have been discovered in a group on a rock formation which in itself is a puzzle. The gardens surrounding the craters host a replica of a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur.

Mon Repos Turtle Rookery: is the largest and most accessible Loggerhead Turtle Rookery on the Australian Mainland. Each year from November to March, turtles come ashore and nest, followed six to eight weeks later by the emergence of baby 'hatchling' from their sandy nests.

The Southern Great Barrier Reef: is your first jumping off point travelling north to see one of the wonders of the natural world. Featuring the coral isles of Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliot Island.

Bundaberg video tour: please click here

Agnes Water & Town of 1770

Agnes Water: discover the history of Captain Cook and the crew of the Endeavour at the Miriam Vale Shire Museum.

Town of Seventeen Seventy: Great Barrier Reef day trips and fishing charters depart from here. Take a drive out to Round Hill Head for a magnificent panorama north to Bustard Head and relaxing walking trails and decked lookouts.

 

Dive the Great Barrier Reef

 

Reef Fish