Explore the magnificent sights and experiences of Bundaberg & the Capricorn Coast.

Our town and region offer some of the states most beautiful and rare experiences.

A rare colony of nesting turtles is just one of the captivating natural attractions near Bundaberg, a four-hour drive north of Brisbane.
Between November and March, you can join a nightly tour to see green, flatback, and the endangered loggerhead turtles nest and hatch on a small beach in Mon Repos Conservation Park.

Bundaberg also sits at the hub of the Coral Coast, with a volcanic rocky coastline between the Burnett and Elliott Rivers, with national parks and relaxed coastal towns. Hit the surf at Agnes Water and visit its sister township of 1770, a popular departure point for reef cruises and fishing charters.

Swim or fish at Elliot Heads, go diving in Coral Cove and Innes Park, or spot kangaroos in Woodgate Beach and at Burnett Heads.

Things To Do

Mon Repo. Turtle Tours

Turtle Tours

Bundaberg Rum Distillery

Distillery Tours

Brewed Drink Factory

Brewed Drink Factory

Aviation Museum

Hinkler Hall of Aviation

Lady Musgrave Island

Lady Musgrave Tours

Elliot Heads

Stunning Swimming

Bagara Beach

Beachfront Boutiques

Tourist attractions for the Bundaberg Area include the Bert Hinkler Hall of Aviation in the Botanical Gardens as well as the Historical Museum and Cafe 1928. The Bundaberg Rum Distillery, The Ginger Beer Barrell as well as Boutique Beers are keen favourites of visitors to Bundaberg.  The Turles begin laying eggs in November, with the hatchlings heading back to the sea from January. Tours are organized through the Bundaberg Information Centre for the Mon Repos Turtle Rookery and Education Centre.

The Burnett River flows through Bundaberg out to the mouth of the river at Burnett Heads and Port Bundaberg. The Marina is well placed to cater for boats travelling North or South as well as from overseas.

Tours to Lady Musgrave Island can be arranged from the Marina, as well as fishing charters.  The rocky coastline between the Burnett River and south to the Elliott River is due to previous volcanic activity from the “Hummock”.  The Hummock now provides a great lookout over the cane fields towards the Pacific Ocean.

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