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Flights to Bundaberg

Bundaberg Airport is located about 6km (a 10 minute drive) from the town centre on the Isis Highway.

Bundaberg, Australia's historic sugar cane city, is wonderfully situated near to some of the country's most spectacular islands. At the southernmost entry to the Great Barrier Reef, you'll see hatching turtles,  and enjoy world-class rum and sparkling white beaches. The world's largest sand island, Fraser Island, is located to the south, while the Southern Great Barrier Reef, which surrounds the waters of Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave islands, is only a short boat ride away. On the mainland, have some rum fun at the Bundaberg Distillery, see baby turtles hatch at Mon Repos and stroll along gleaming white beaches.

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Things to do in Bundaberg

The Bundaberg region is the finest site to see the world's largest nesting sea turtles in Australia. This entrance to the Southern Great Barrier Reef is made up of Bundaberg and Bargara in the east, Gin Gin in the west, and Childers in the south. Also nearby are the World Heritage-listed Coral Cays of Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands. Visit some of Queensland's most gorgeous natural locations while you're in Bundaberg. Hike along the several hiking trails at Cania Gorge National Park and Mon Repos Conservation Park, then stop by the park's well-known turtle rookery. Deepwater National Park, which is nearby, has beautiful beaches, freshwater creeks, and sand dunes. Due to the region's significant sugar and horticulture output, many internationally recognised food and drink enterprises are situated here, including Bundaberg Rum. The local food concept of Bundaberg is simple: seed, grow, and gather locally. Locals can be found in plenty at markets, cafes, and restaurants. Tour the Bundaberg Brewed Drinks bottler and sample several non-alcoholic beverages or visit the Bundaberg Railway Museum which houses numerous old locomotives and items from the country's railway history. There is something for everyone at the southernmost entry to the Great Barrier Reef, you'll see hatching turtles, enjoy world-class rum, and relax on the sparkling white beaches.

Places to stay in Bundaberg

On the mainland, all types of lodging are accessible, each serving as an ideal base for exploring the region's highlights. The 100 percent sustainable Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort will connect you securely with nature for an extraordinary island vacation, where days are spent snorkelling the island's bordering reef and nights are spent stargazing. With a large number of family holiday parks, camping grounds, and caravan parks spread across Bundaberg, camping and caravanning is a breeze. There are many of family-friendly and budget-friendly hotel options available if you want to explore Bundaberg from the comfort of your own bed. Bundaberg is flanked by modest coastal suburbs with welcoming caravan parks, as well as charming heritage-filled country villages like Childers. Bundaberg, located on the Southern Great Barrier Reef's, Bargara's, and the Coral Coast's coasts, is the ideal base for visiting the surrounding areas' gorgeous coastlines and picturesque landscapes. But don't think you'll have to stay in one place: there are plenty of options, from glamping safari tents in Woodgate to boutique lodges in 1770. Bundaberg accommodation includes everything from contemporary hotels to lovely bed and breakfasts to inexpensive caravan parks.

Frequently Asked Questions

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On the Isis Highway, Bundaberg Airport is 6 kilometres from the Bundaberg town centre (a 10-minute drive).

Taxis and hire cars are available. Hire cars are best booked in advance.

Summers in Bundaberg are lengthy, humid and hot, whereas winters are brief, cool, and largely clear. The temperature normally ranges from 14°C to 30°C throughout the year, with temperatures rarely falling below 10°C or rising over 33°C.

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