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Bundaberg Hotel & Accommodation
Just over four hours drive north of Brisbane, Bundaberg is the major city in the Bundaberg North Burnett region and boasts many of the best features of Queensland's relaxed coastal lifestyle.
On the doorstep of the Great Barrier Reef, you're only moments away from snorkelling, diving and exploring one of the great wonders of the world. Stretching 2000 km along Queensland's coastline up to Cape York, the world's largest living marine formation one of the main reasons people travel to Bundaberg.
Accommodation in Bundaberg ranges from charming resort accommodation to motels and serviced apartments, meaning your stay can be as comfortable or as luxurious as you'd like.
The region is home to an incredible range of marine creatures, especially sea turtles. The premier location for observing natural sea turtles, you can watch turtles hatching at Mon Repos Turtle Rookery which hosts an annual pilgrimage of sea turtles between November to late March.
A visit to the city is not complete without a visit to Bundaberg Rum distillery tours and attractions at Bundaberg's Botanic Gardens. When you're in the home of Bundy Rum, stop by the Bundaberg Rum Bondstore and learn all about the region's most famous produce found all across Australia.
If rum is not you're thing, Bundaberg Barrel is the home of ginger beer and offers sampling of Bundaberg's range of brewed drinks. Here you'll learn about the process of making Bundaberg's beverages through an interactive exhibit perfect for the family.
The regional hub for air, rail and road access to the coastal and hinterland areas, Bundaberg's city centre is easily accessible. The modern and progressive streets are affectionately named 'Bundy' by its friendly locals and you'll slip into the relaxed coastal lifestyle in no time.
Resting on the Burnett River, Bundy boasts fine water fishing and many swimming holes in its various dams and gorges. To the west of Bundaberg lies national parks including spectacular Cania Gorge, Auburn River and Goodnight Scrub, perfect for afternoon hiking.
The city centre is only a stones throw from Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, where you'll view colourful water lilies, perfectly manicured gardens and walkways that take you through an incredibly idyllic setting.
Book yourself some Bundaberg accommodation and stay in Bundy, the southern gateway to the spectacular Great Barrier Reef and a vibrant tourist city in its own right.