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Visiting Bundaberg? Here some “Must See” places during your visit.

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks- makers of the iconic Ginger Beer

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks is proud to call Bundaberg home for the last 50 years and are happy to the Bundaberg Brewed Drinks story to life for visitors.
Now available in over 44 countries globally, Bundaberg Ginger Beer is still craft-brewed in the Australian city that shares its name to a traditional recipe, using locally-sourced ginger.

New museum with old vans Have you ever wondered how long caravans have been around?

Ben Searle of Bundaberg has been collecting caravans over the last four years and has a caravan museum at Searle’s RV Centre.
His line-up includes the 1972 VW Kombi, a Grace Muir van which was built in Bundaberg in 1962, a Sunliner, an original Franklin built by Roma Caravans in 1961 which has an ice box and an interior gas light, a 1942 Seasider has the tools with which it was built, a Millard was sold by Ben’s father Paul in Geelong. If you are interested in caravanning take a look at this museum at Searles 23 Phoebe Crescent, near Bunnings. Admission is free.

Whats new! The Ohana Cider House and Winery.

Bundaberg is famous for its rum and ginger beer. New to Bundaberg is the Ohana Cider House and Winery. Zoe Young (pictured ) told the Bundy Book that they use local pineapples, lychee and mangos for their tropical wines and the apples for the cider come from Stanthorpe. Call in and enjoy some free samples of the cider, wines and liquors. Ohana is at 5 Alexandra Street in East Bundaberg.

Bundaberg Railway Museum

Bundaberg's first railway station which was built for the Mount Perry Bundaberg line in 1881 and is proudly maintained as a railway historical museum. Wander amongst external displays of old rolling stock. Train buffs will love the 1921 guard’s van, a goods wagon and there’s a signal box. Enjoy internal displays of office records, loco and maintenance items, and a large collection of photographs, historical data and a collection of uniforms.. It’s located on the corner of Wilmot and Station Streets in North Bundaberg Phone for opening times 4154 2170 or 4152 7070 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Bundy’s Only Hill

You must sample the incredible view from The Hummock on the way between Bargara and Bundaberg overlooking panoramic fields of sugar cane, all the way around to the ocean. Although only 96 metres above sea-level, The Hummock offers visitors beautiful views to get a good overview of the whole Bundaberg region. It was named The Sloping Hummock by Matthew Flinders as he sailed along the coast in 1799 with the road leading up to the lookout completed in 1931.

Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park

This is a hidden haven of peace to head for during your city sight-seeing, a natural wetland in south east Bundaberg with access (including wheelchair) from several different streets. Boardwalks and walking tracks lead to a Bush Chapel and shelter shed among abundant natural resources and wildlife including over 150 bird species (there’s a bird hide too) plus numerous spots to drink in the peacefully healthy solitude.

Bundy Bowl and Leisure Centre

This is the largest indoor family fun park in Queensland.
No other has as many leisure activities under the one roof as the tourism award winning attraction.
Bundy Bowl & Leisure is a must for family outings. www.bundybowl.com.au phone 41 52 4334

Bundaberg Regional Library

Fantastic library staff will provide any info you need – kids’ activities, how to navigate your way around, CDs, DVDs – and how to use free internet and Wireless Hotspots. Feel like a coffee? Try Café 641, with volunteer baristas and proceeds to Bundaberg Health Services Foundation A great and worthwhile place to meet friends or have a quiet read by yourself. Information phone 41 30 4140.

See what’s brewing!

What is a Thirsty Turtle, A Drunken Fish, Hip Hop or Convict IPA? Four of the 15 craft beers brewed in Bundaberg by the Bargara Brewing Company. There are Tasting Tours of the Brewery every Saturday morning at 11am and at the end of the tour you receive a Tasting Paddle of four beers. Enjoy one of their beers at a Bargara restaurant and take some home from Bundaberg Bottle Shops. The Bargara Brewing Company is in Bundaberg.

Bundy Food Tours

Meet local farmers and leading food producers by touring the nation's largest fruit and vegetable bowl on the all-new and informative Bundy Food Tour.
The Bundaberg region, located on the Southern Great Barrier Reef, is now recognised as the largest macadamia producing region of Australia; Bundy also produces 80% of Australia's sweet potatoes, as well as passionfruit, strawberries, blueberries, avocados, chillis, ginger, Tahitian limes, tomatoes, capsicums, honey and more. The half day tours include morning or afternoon tea, tours to flower farms, butchers and seafood suppliers.