The islands and beaches of Bundaberg North Burnett enjoy the warm, sunny sub-tropical climate that Queensland is famous for—meaning you can enjoy the sand between your toes all year round.
Lady Elliot Island is one of the few island resorts located on a natural coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef. From its shores you have direct access to the reef; it’s the perfect place for swimming, snorkelling and reef walking.
On the mainland, a succession of popular beaches stretches along the coast from Moore Park in the north to Woodgate in the south. Many of these beaches are sheltered by Fraser Island, making them ideal for families. Or if you are after waves, head to the stunning white sands of Woodgate which is the first surf beach north of the Sunshine Coast.
Bargara is the largest coastal town in the region and has a boat ramp suitable for small boats. If you’d prefer somewhere quieter to drop a line , try the small village of Walker’s Point on the Burrum River.