Bundaberg is also the most Southern end of The Great Barrier and where the Barrier reef all start, Lady Elliot Island, Fitzroy Reef are just to the north of Bundaberg and the start of the Great Barrier Reef Islandís and coral cays making an Ideal Queensland holiday destination or weekend getaway to rest and recharge.
The Bundaberg region has over 140 Kilometres of singer free beaches stretching from Woodgate in the south to Agnes Water/1770 to the north. Summers are perfect with refreshing sea breezes, with winters being mild and the beaches offering the Queensland holiday maker swimming all year round.
The Burnett River winds through the hinterland and the city towards port Bundaberg with riverside parks with barbecues and shelters for the family picnic and get togethers or just relax and unwind. Visitors to Bundaberg are well catered for with a marina in the city centre, shopping and fine restaurants. With affordable hotels, resorts, motels, caravan & camping parks, farm stays, bed & breakfast and things to do and see on the ground from modern day, early history, wilderness adventure to the Great Barrier Reef, the Bundaberg region offers it all.
Bundaberg has become one of Queensland's most modern and progressive cities. The City's unprecedented progress and development in recent years makes it the undisputed commercial centre of the Wide Bay Region.
Bundaberg City of Charm
Location at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef
approx. 4 hour drive north of Brisbane, within 15 minutes drive from the coast.
45 - 55 mins flying time from Brisbane- several services daily.
4 hours travel from Brisbane on the tilt train - Australia's Fastest Train.
Bus routes from all major centres in Queensland.
Climate Australia's Best Climate
Temperature - Avg Max 26.6 degrees C. Avg Min 16.3 degrees C.
Rainfall - 1140mm (40Ĺ"), sun days 280
over 46 000 (serves a district of 120 000)
History Bundaberg, founded in 1870, is ripe with history. Throughout the region you will find a unique mixture of progress and historical value.
Travel North of Bundaberg and you find where Captain James Cook first set foot on Queensland soil in May 1770 Agnes Water - Town of 1770
Bundaberg Acccomodation Guide, listed below are Accommodation Providers from B&B, Motels & Resorts, Camping Grounds, Caravan Parks and Holiday Houses & Lettings.
Looking for things to do and see while in the Bundaberg area
Below you will find Businesses, Services and Community Guide for the Bundaberg Area
A Guide to Bundaberg's suroundings areas to see & visit while in Central Queesland.