Bundaberg offers some of the most pristine beaches to be found on Queensland's coastline. There is something for every member of the family - swimming and playground for the kids, fishing for Dad and beautiful scenery to relax in for Mum. Take a day to enjoy the stunning coastline the region offers.
|Duration||10 Hours||Itinerary Type||Land
|Distance||103 Kilometres||Itinerary Route||One Way
|Mode of Travel||Car||Level of Difficulty|
Starting off at the quiet beachside village of Woodgate, the family will enjoy the unspoilt coastline. You may even get to see a kangaroo or two hopping along the side of the road. Be sure to drive slowly. Then head north to Elliott Heads, make sure you take your mask and snorkel as you might see some coral or other marine life.
After enjoying Elliott Heads make your way to Bargara. Bargara is the most well-known of Bundaberg's beachside suburbs. You will find plenty of take-away options, cafes, restaurants as well as playgrounds and safe areas to swim.
Situated only six kilometres from Bargara, Mon Repos is the largest turtle rookery in the South Pacific. Mon Repos features also include Woongarra rainforest scrub remnants, mangroves, the site of Bert Hinkler's first glider flights, a tidal lagoon, rock pools and an historic basalt stone wall built by South Sea Islanders who were brought to Queensland from the 1880s to work in the sugar industry.
After enjoying the serenity at Mon Repos it is on to the last stop of the day - Burnett Heads!
|Start from:||2 Theodolite Creek Road, Woodgate QLD 4660, Australia|
|End at:||80 The Esplanade, Elliott Heads QLD 4670, Australia|
|Start from:||80 The Esplanade, Elliott Heads QLD 4670, Australia|
|End at:||59 Esplanade, Bargara QLD 4670, Australia|
|Start from:||59 Esplanade, Bargara QLD 4670, Australia|
|End at:||113 Mon Repos Road, Mon Repos QLD 4670, Australia|
|Start from:||113 Mon Repos Road, Mon Repos QLD 4670, Australia|
|End at:||141 Sea Esplanade, Burnett Heads QLD 4670, Australia|