The Burnett River cuts a majestic path through this modern and progressive town and provides the ideal backdrop for a number of recreation activities including fishing, boating and rowing.
Kick start your day with breakfast at the Midtown Marina, located at the river end of Targo Street, followed by a browse through the nearby shops. From the Marina you can easily walk the couple of blocks to Bundaberg’s central business district—its wide bustling streets containing an array of businesses, supermarkets, the Post Office, movie theatres and cultural attractions.
Make the time to stroll through Bundaberg’s extensive parklands including a free zoo, picnic tables and BBQs. The Bundaberg Botanical Gardens and Alexandra Park are both fine examples of the sub-tropical gardens and plants the region is known for.
Of course, a visit to Bundaberg wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the Bundaberg Rum or Bundaberg Ginger Beer factories. Both beverages make use of the fact that the Bundaberg North Burnett district produces a significant percentage of Queensland’s sugar crop.