Bundaberg Rum Distillery

Bundaberg Rum DistilleryBundaberg Rum Distillery

In 1888, the first barrel of Bundaberg Rum literally rolled out of the production line. 110 years later, Bundaberg Rum, through its trials and tribulations, has gained recognition as one of Australia's famous Aussie spirits. In 1986 the Bundaberg Distilling Company appointed its first tour guide and demand soon saw the need to expand the tourist operation.

Avenue St  

Bundaberg East QLD 4670

http://www.bundabergrum.com.au/

The Bundaberg Barrel

The Bundaberg BarrelThe Bundaberg Barrel

Holidaying and need ideas on what to do in Bundaberg? Discover the secrets of Bundaberg Ginger Beer with a variety of hands-on activities at the home of ginger beer.

Take an amazing journey through the True Brew Experience Tour. Use our interactive touch screens to see what happens to the humble ginger root as it's mushed, crushed, brewed and fermented to make the world's finest ginger beer.

http://www.bundaberg.com/info/the_bundaberg_barrel/

Hinkler Hall of Aviation

Hinkler House Hall of AviationHinkler Hall of Aviation

The Hinkler Hall of Aviation, located in the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens on the city’s northern outskirts, is a major Australian tourist attraction operated by the Bundaberg Regional Council. The complex is an outstanding example of several communities working together with all levels of government to celebrate and honour the life and pioneering efforts of Bundaberg’s own aviation pioneer, Bert Hinkler.

Hinkler House

Mt Perry Road

North Bundaberg QLD 4670

http://hinklerhallofaviation.com/

Bundaberg Railway Museum

Bundaberg Railway MuseumBundaberg Railway Museum

Bundaberg's first railway station, built in 1881 as an outlet for the Mt Perry railway bringing copper from the mines, is now preserved as a railway museum. Located some 500 metres from its original site, the museum houses a wide variety of railway items past and present:

Bundaberg Railway Museum

Wilmot Street

North Bundaberg QLD 4670

http://qldrailheritage.com/scb/brm.htm

Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery

Bundaberg Regional Art GalleryBundaberg Regional Art Gallery

The Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is a large multi-purpose visual arts facility located in the heart of Bundaberg City, and is within walking distance to major shopping centres, cafes and restaurants and the Riverside Parkland

Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery

1 Barolin Street

Bundaberg Q 4670

http://brag-brc.org.au/

Woongarra Marine Park

Woongarra Marine ParkWoongarra Marine Park

When exploring Great Sandy Marine Park from north to south, access the northern waters of the marine park from Bundaberg. Travel north to the Kolan River, then onto Littabella Creek and Baffle Creek. East of Bundaberg is Bargara and the Woongarra Coast with its fringing reefs. Head south to Elliot River, Woodgate and the Burrum River.

http://nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/great-sandy-marine/

Mystery Craters

Mystery CratersMystery Craters

This bizarre rock formation, located inland from Bundaberg continues to baffle the world! These 'Mystery Craters' which are believed to be at least 25 millions years old, offer a unique viewing experience for visitors and tourists.

This rock, mineral and fossil display including precious stones, polished stones and gemstones have been collected throughout Australia and other countries.

http://www.mysterycraters.com.au/

Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

Bundaberg Botanic GardensBundaberg Botanic Gardens

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens are open to the public from 5:30am til 6:45pm during the months September to April, and from 6:30am til 6pm during the months May to August.

A great way to spend a day in the Bundaberg Region is in the sub-tropical surrounds of the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens. For further information on attractions and opening times including the Hinkler Hall of Aviation

 

http://bundaberg.qld.gov.au/botanic-gardens

Deepwater National Park

Deepwater National ParkDeepwater National Park

The park's diverse vegetation of coastal scrubs, eucalypt woodlands, wet heaths and sedgelands surround Deepwater Creek and its tributaries. Tannins and other substances leached from surrounding heath plants stain the creek water brown. The creek is fringed by tall forests of swamp mahogany, paperbark and cabbage palms, and is broken in places by shallow sections of reed bed and paperbark forest. In these areas water only flows during the wet season.

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/deepwater/about.html

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