The Bundaberg Region is home to a large and productive region of southern Queensland. The primary economic driver of the commercial hubs of Bundaberg, Childers and Gin Gin is agriculture and horticulture making Agrotrend Bundaberg the ideal location for a field day event. We invite you to come along and check out the new look […]

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The recently completed Bundaberg Recreational Precinct is a quality regional recreational and events precinct developed at the existing Agrotrend site and adjacent reserve located off University Drive, Branyan.

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Come and visit the Bundaberg Rum Distillery, take one of our tours, visit our retail store, taste our flavours, new and old, learn our history.

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The Bundaberg Race Club hosts seven thoroughbred race meetings per year at Thabeban Racecourse, with Melbourne Cup being the largest event on the local racing calendar.

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Built in 1890, this grand local homestead houses local sugar industry memorabilia, exploring the development of the local sugar industry from its earliest days

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The Bundaberg and District Historical Museum displays a comprehensive local history collection, while an archival and photographic collection is available to researchers of cultural heritage.

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If you’re looking for the perfect way to recharge your batteries, or just share your adventures in the Botanic Gardens with family and friends, meet at Café 1928 – and don’t forget to ask about the secret behind the name!

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The Hinkler Hall of Aviation is the Bundaberg Regional Council’s major tourist attraction and visitor attraction.

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A great way to spend a day in the Bundaberg Region is in the sub-tropical surrounds of the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens.

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Amandine Lavender is a Bundaberg Tourist Attraction that provides a unique experience for visitors and locals in the Bundaberg Region.

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Relax and enjoy free community movies and $2 morning tea: tea/coffee & biscuits.

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We have some exciting news! This year the Bundy Flavours Festival will be held as part of the Bundaberg Region Winterfeast. Winterfeast is a 10 day food festival (8-18 July 2016) bursting with authentic farm gate to plate experiences in the Bundaberg Region.

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Shopping on bundyonline.com.au supports small businesses in the region and in turn rewards your patronage. Most of our merchants will offer you a set reward at the point of sale.

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I was so impressed to read recently that our post code, 4670, has the most solar power systems in the whole country! This must mean that most of our streets now have at least some solar power on the rooftops, and we will all know someone who has seen the benefits of this investment. Obviously […]

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With electricity costs likely to rise again in Queensland, now is the perfect time for Bundaberg residents to take a fresh look at their energy usage and find ways to cut costs in homes or businesses. Each building behaves differently, depending on many factors, so by combining energy saving technologies, you can save money and make your home or […]

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At AllSafe Bundaberg we are regularly asked how solar power actually works, and also whether it’s still a money-saving option with the current level of government support in the form of rebates on the purchase price. As an introduction to the topic, here’s a short video by AllSafe owner Paul Brodrick: So how does it work? Solar […]

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For some, it was in sixth grade. For others, such as Ruchi Sanghvi, Facebook’s first female engineer, it happened in college.

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Want to be more creative? “Sometimes it’s just a matter of giving yourself the space to think” – Bruce Nussbaum Everyone can learn to be more creative, but to become very creative, I’ve come to believe you need to lead a creative life.

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