Attractions / Tours

Moore Park Beach Attractions & Events

Queensland is full of natural beauty so it’s understandable that many destinations have become popular over the years and have started to feel a bit crowded and commercialised. If you’re up for a scenic drive off the beaten path, head over to Moore Park Beach. It’s the unspoilt paradise you’ve been waiting for that brings to mind Rainbow Beach and other gorgeous regional beaches in years gone by.

Whether you’re planning a family getaway, business trip or romantic weekend, our motel offers the perfect location!

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Get Back To Nature

Venture in and around the township to explore the wonders of nature on our doorstep:

  • Stroll along Moore Park Beach’s 17km of pristine sand
  • Watch dolphins playing in the waves, or maybe spot a passing whale
  • Witness turtles nesting and hatching from Nov-March
  • Go bird watching, especially around the lagoon

Recreation & Leisure

Do you want to relax more actively? You’ll find a multitude of facilities and activities that you can enjoy including:

  • Walking and cycling tracks
  • Skate bowl
  • Tennis courts for hire
  • Bowls club
  • Playground and park
  • 4WD driving and fishing on the beach

Visit the Coral Coast Community Cottage tourist information centre (locally known as The Pink House) for more details during your stay.

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Dining & Shopping

While you’re here, you won’t have to go far to get a great meal or stock up on supplies if you plan to cook for yourself. You can easily head to:

  • IGA supermarket, bakery/café, takeaway at the shopping centre
  • Moore Park Beach Bowls & Sports Club
  • Moore Park Beach Tavern
  • Fuel stop/service station
  • Moore Park Beach Pharmacy
  • Jammin Coffee van for Coffee on the beach
  • Bundy Burger Company

Festival of Arts

Every August, The Moore Park Beach Festival of Arts showcases some of the region’s amazing performing and visual arts talents. Visit their official Facebook page to get the dates and other details.

Jammin Coffee

Fancy a delightful coffee on the beach? You’ll find Jammin Coffee in a caravan near the old Surf Club building from Wednesday-Saturday 8.45 am – 11.30 am, and Sunday from 8.30 am till 11 am.

Bundy Burger Company

specialising in gourmet burgers & food sourcing local produce direct from the farms in our region. Opening hours vary, check their social media posts for times, days and trading locations.

Bundaberg Region Attractions & Events

When you stay at Moore Park Beach Motel all of the Bundaberg region’s best attractions are nearby waiting for you to enjoy and explore them. Here are some of our favourites:
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Bundaberg Rum Visitor Experience

Bundaberg Rum is one of the region’s most iconic brands and has been manufactured right here in Bundaberg since 1888. You can visit the distillery, take a tour to see how it’s made and even get the chance to create a unique blend.

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Bundaberg Barrel

The Bundaberg Barrel is a tourist centre built alongside the Bundaberg Brewed Drinks brewery where visitors can learn about the brewing process and the company’s history. Aside from the famous ginger beer that started this company’s journey, they now sell multiple new flavours throughout Australia and the world.

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Lady Musgrave Experience

Head to Lady Musgrave Island for a Southern Great Barrier Reef Adventure. You can take your pick of a host of activities: go snorkelling among exotic corals and tropical fish, swim with turtles, enjoy an island walk, take a glass-bottom boat tour, and enjoy catered lunch and morning tea.

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Mon Repos Turtle Encounter

From November to March, you can experience the wonder of the turtle breeding season at Mon Repos. Having the supervision of a qualified ranger ensures that your presence in no way disturbs these gentle giants. Your ranger can also provide you with informative insights that deepen your understanding of one of nature’s miracles.

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Botanic Gardens

Bundaberg’s Botanic Gardens are home to a vast collection of plants alongside multiple other attractions including:

  • The Sugarcane Railway
  • A network of beautiful paths and boardwalks
  • Peaceful Japanese and Chinese gardens
  • The delightful Café 1928
  • The historic Fairymead House
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Hinkler Hall of Aviation

The Hinkler Hall of Aviation celebrates the life and achievements of Bundaberg’s own aviation pioneer, Bert Hinkler. This museum is filled with memorabilia and interactive displays that tell Bert’s famous story. More incredibly, the building is Bert’s former home which was relocated from England to his hometown in Bundaberg in the 1980s.

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Moncrieff Theatre

Theatre lovers can enjoy a good mix of live productions, indie and community films at The Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Bourbong Street, Bundaberg.
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Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery

at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery (BRAG), you’ll find a visual arts hub that features displays, offers activities and has a range of creative public outreach programs.
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Bundy Belle

Take a relaxing trip through the past along the Burnett River aboard the Bundy Belle. This historic river ferry starts in the heart of Bundaberg and gently winds its way through to the Port Marina keeping you entertained with fascinating commentary all the way.

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Childers Festival

Every year, the Childers Festival brings an explosion of musical, artistic, and cultural experiences to the region. Held over four days, generally around the last week of July, this event is so large they close off the Bruce Highway to make room for all the festivities.

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Milbi Festival

Named after the Gurang word for ‘turtle’, the Milbi Festival brings together artists and performers from within the region and further afield for ten dazzling days of creative expression. This event focuses heavily on raising awareness of the region’s marine turtles.
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Riverfeast is an amazing riverside venue and the largest beer garden in Bundaberg. In addition to local craft beers, ciders, wines and spirits, they serve a wide range of scrumptious food options and host popular annual events for Halloween and Oktoberfest.

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Macadamias Australia

Tour Macadamias Australia to learn the rich history of this multigenerational family farm. At the Goodwood Road Macadamia Visitor Experience and Cafe, you can also try delectable macadamia products made fresh on site.

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SSS Strawberries and Bargara Berries

SSS Strawberries and Bargara Berries are both family-owned strawberry farms that offer a ‘pick your own’ or PYO experience. At SSS Strawberry, you’ll receive expert training before you begin so you can select and pick your berries with care. At Bargara Berries, you can also enjoy berry-filled gelato, ice cream and other treats.

Markets of the Bundaberg Region

The Bundaberg Region is well known for its fertile soil and robust agricultural sector. As such, it’s no surprise that there are multiple farm gates and markets around where you can enjoy delicious fresh produce and products handcrafted from locally grown ingredients. Gayndah Markets, Mumma’s Nest Market and Shalom College Markets are popular and there are many more that you can stop by and visit.
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Dining in Bundaberg

Chefs throughout our region are constantly finding creative new ways to showcase all of the amazing, fresh local ingredients available all year round. For ten days every June, you can enjoy world-class flavours and unforgettable culinary experiences as part of the Taste Bundaberg Festival. If you’re too early or late for the festival, you can still dine at Bundaberg’s finest restaurants one by one on your next trip.

For details on the next Taste Bundaberg Festival, click here.

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1770 LARC! Tours

Experience the beautiful secluded beaches and national parks of the Agnes Water / 1770 region in one of the most unique and fun guided tours in Queensland!

Hop aboard one of two bright pink amphibious LARC vessels for a memorable trip up the coast of Bustard Bay, and learn about the fascinating historical facts and local wildlife of the region.

You can learn more about upcoming events, movies, markets and more by visiting What’s On Bundaberg