There are so many National Parks in the Bundaberg North Burnett region that you could easily tackle a new trail each day of your holiday.
Sharon Gorge, Cania Gorge, Biggenden and Paradise Dam, Burrum Coast National Park, Mount Walsh National Park, Coalstoun Lakes National Park and Auburn River National Park are all within easy drive from Bundaberg and offer everything from tranquil rainforest strolls and bird watching to challenging granite-lined tracks for the experienced hiker.
Of course, with 140km of coastline at your fingertips a nice walk along the beach at sunset can be the perfect way to finish the day.
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9 to 11 May 2013
The Rotary Club of Bundaberg will conduct their annual AgroTrend Field Days which is one of Australia's longest running field days in Queensland.
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The Woodgate section of Burrum Coast National Park conserves essential habitat for wildlife of the coastal vegetation communities.
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Woongarra Marine Park in the Bundaberg region offers some of Queenslands most accessible shore diving including this site at Barolin Rocks.
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From AU$37 - 495
Australian owned and operated, Boating 4x4 Camping is the only registered 4WD tour operator in the Bundaberg region.
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10 to 12 May 2013
The Bundaberg Orchid Society's Annual Autumn Show will be held over the Mother's Day weekend in May with Bundaberg hosting neighbouring societies from Maryborough, Hervey Bay, Childers-Isis, Boyne-Tannum and Gladstone in presenting beautiful displays of different genre of orchids.
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Towering, ochre-coloured sandstone cliffs, gorges, caves, Aboriginal freehand art and amazing walks are just some of the attractions of Cania Gorge National Park.
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Cochrane Artificial Reef in Woongarra Marine Park offers a variety of sites just off the coast from Bargara, Elliot Heads or Riverview in the Bundaberg region.
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For Four Wheel Drive enthusiasts, Coongarra Rock and Falls provide an opportunity to explore rocky outcrops, caves, rock pools and natural vegetation.
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The Coral Gardens at Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef is a very interesting shore dive with a maximum depth of around 12 metres.
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Cania Gorge National Park conserves a spectacular landscape of prominent sandstone cliffs, caves, eucalypt forest and dry rainforest on sheltered slopes.
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