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Whale-watching in the Bundaberg Region

Whale-watching in the Bundaberg Region

There are countless amazing sea creatures to be found in the southern great barrier reef but the enormous and majestic whale is a clear favourite for many locals and visitors alike. While the waters off Western Australia host orcas and South Australia is known for its...

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Explore North Bundaberg & Moore Park Beach Road

Explore North Bundaberg & Moore Park Beach Road

Photo © Tourism and Events Queensland While the drive from Bundaberg to Moore Park Beach is a short one, the journey easily becomes an adventure with a few fun-filled stops along the way. North Bundaberg When you cross the river from Bundaberg, or head into town from...

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Turtle Encounters at Mon Repos

Turtle Encounters at Mon Repos

From November to January, loggerhead turtles make their annual trek to Mon Repos, Bundaberg to lay their eggs. They spend most of their lives in tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide but there are few places where they hatch their young.  Weeks after these gentle...

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Moore Park Beach: A Hidden Gem

Moore Park Beach: A Hidden Gem

Here in Bundaberg, not only do we enjoy a blissfully warm and temperate climate, year-round, we also have the distinction of being the southern gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. This can be a two-edged sword as many of our region’s most beautiful beaches have become...

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