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Bundaberg North Burnett Queensland

Just a few hours drive up from Brisbane lies the Bundaberg region, where charming country atmosphere meets refreshing coastal winds. Bundaberg North Burnett is best known for being a hotspot to view turtles coming ashore to lay eggs. This region is also rich in fertile soil, flowing rivers and the blue sea, providing endless and varied sources of produce.

At a Glance

Bundaberg North Burnett is an essential destination for tourists. Nearby is the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef, an iconic attraction to view the picturesque coral gardens and wonderful marine lifes. Several islands located nearby such as Lady Elliot Island and Lady Musgrave Island makes it easy for visitors to engage in reef walking and diving activities. These islands are also home to thousands of different species of seabirds, a bonus to bird enthusiasts and photographers. Furthermore, when the season is right, you will have a great experience observing the life cycle of beautiful turtles coming ashore to make nests. If you stay on for longer, you can even see little turtles hatching and making their way back into the vast ocean.

The richness of the land and access to fresh water sources has allowed for pristine conditions for many different crops to grow, making Bundaberg North Burnett the food bowl of the region. Proximity to the sea also meant that seafood is in huge supply. All these combined has made amazing and fresh delicacies possible in the region.

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