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From the Editor ... After a record-breaking hot summer, the weather is becoming the refreshingly balmy autumn and soon a mild winter - a beautiful time of year to visit Bundaberg. The Campervan Motorhome Club of Australia has chosen Bundaberg as the location for this year’s RV Rally in October, attracting even more visitors to our popular region, saying they look forward to exploring the many attractions, and will no doubt spread the word that Bundy is the place to holiday, or live, as indeed more families are choosing – the lifestyle is second to none. We have some fabulous prizes, to give away to a lucky reader and a friend to enjoy later this year or early 2018 during Turtle Season – entry to some of our best attractions, accommodation, dinner, and tickets to see the turtles either laying, or hatching. (see details page 29). Here we announce
the winner of our competition to win a whale watching holiday on Fraser Island. Coastline Newspapers continue to promote Bundaberg and the Southern Great Barrier Reef as well as the rest of the state, in our Tourist Queensland publication which was delivered as a supplement in New Zealand’s Auckland Herald. We hope you enjoy your visit to our region and return again in the near future. Michael McRae, Managing Editor Coastline Newspaper Group. Phone 07 4153 1133 email@example.com
ON THE COVER The Reef is better in the waters off Bundaberg and central Queensland, rivaling the far-north – the Southern Great Barrier Reef is healthier and more beautiful and according to tourism operators, it’s time to spread the word to the world. The coral and waters around the southern end of the reef – including Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliot Islands are pristine – and relatively undamaged by coral bleaching. You’re in the right region to explore the Great Barrier Reef – enjoy!
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MAYOR’S MESSAGE Bundaberg Regional Council Mayor Cr Jack Dempsey Welcome to the Bundaberg Region. We hope the pages of the Bundy Book whet your appetite to fully explore the magnificent diversity our region has to offer. The “welcome” mat is always out to new and returning visitors. The region is based on the city of Bundaberg with the rural centres of Childers and Gin Gin contributing to the regional population which is approaching 100,000. Marketed as the ideal place to Live, Work, Invest and Play the Bundaberg Region is 6400 square kilometres of surprising landscapes – it is the region where the coastline meets the country. The Bundaberg Region is internationally known for its iconic people, places and products. Pioneering aviator Bert Hinkler who in 1928 became the first pilot to fly solo from England to Australia, magnificent Mon Repos beach where nesting sea turtles return each year to the delight of thousands of visitors and the famous Bundaberg Rum which has won acclaim as arguably the smoothest drinking rum in the world represent just some of the captivating stories associated with the Bundaberg Region. The region has a strong connection to water with our pristine beaches from the white sands of Woodgate Beach through to the golden sands of Moore Park Beach offering safe swimming and waterways where water sports, fishing and crabbing are popular pursuits. If your taste extends to locally produced beverages there is so much more to offer in the region than our superb Bundaberg Rum. Three
ER’S COOPER D I E M AGE SCH COMPLEX SEE THE ARTISANS AT WORK BUNDY KEGS - See the Coopers making Oak barrels for Wines and Spirits. Unique gifts - Shop on line or call in Bundy Kegs make and manufacture small American white Oak Casks for maturing your favourite fortified wine or spirit. They also sell locally hand crafted timber pieces such as intarsia, bowls, vases, jewellery boxes, coasters, hand carved wildlife and many more. Prices for Oak Casks start at $160.
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boutique wineries can be found in Childers while Bundaberg is home to the Bargara Brewing Co with its range of craft beers. Bundaberg Brewing Co produces the sensational tasting and internationally marketed Bundaberg Ginger Beer. Take a tour through the “Big Barrel” and see the process of making ginger beer and, better still, enjoy a taste test! An incredibly well presented zoo on the banks of the Burnett River coupled with riverside walkways and shady parks and gardens add to the magic Mother Nature has bestowed on our region. A highlight attraction are the glorious Botanic Gardens which is a sublime location boasting numerous walkways, incredible foliage and quaint areas including Chinese and Japanese gardens. The Gardens also provide a memorable steam locomotive experience on Sunday mornings courtesy of the Australian Sugar Cane Railway enthusiasts. **** The $32 million Multiplex facility is the new home to the Bundaberg PCYC and is a facility that will cater to the current and future needs of our expanding community. Sport, recreation, child minding and community interaction are all covered with this superb new structure. Commencing around June each year the district merges into sugar cane harvesting season. Viewing the spectacle of a cane fire, watching harvesters in action and seeing locomotives hauling cane to the local mills is part and parcel of an agricultural industry that is the economic heartbeat of the region. **** The Port of Bundaberg is an expanding location set to be a major economic driver for the region with the $70 million Knauf plasterboard factory currently under construction. The port is the current location for the ex-HMAS Tobruk which is being prepared for scuttling as a dive wreck in the waters off Bundaberg and the vessel can be viewed dockside at the port. If you are lucky enough to visit during one of our many festivals you are in for an unequalled treat. July is a great month for festivals locally with Winterfeast and Bundy Flavours food fair kicking off the month by showcasing the sensational array of fresh fruit and vegetables produced right here in the salad bowl of Queensland. The iconic Childers Festival hosting crowds in excess of 40,000 on the national highway at Childers concludes a very busy month. Enjoy everything Bundaberg and our outlying communities have to offer. History and heritage are fondly observed within our region. We are proud of where we have come from and excited at where we are heading. It’s a pleasure to welcome you to our community.
Must See Bundy
The home of Australia’s iconic rum The Bundaberg Distilling Company (BDC), Australia’s most awarded rum distillery and the home of Bundaberg Rum, has opened the doors to its new Visitor Experience following an $8.5m upgrade. Marking one of the most significant investments in the distillery’s 127-year history, the new Visitor Experience is a testament to the ongoing popularity of Bundaberg Rum and the brands’ commitment to the Bundaberg region. The Visitor Experience now offers two new tour experiences in addition to the famous Distillery tour – The Bundaberg Rum Museum Experience and a Blend Your Own Rum Experience. There is also an expanded retail experience and bar area where visitors can purchase exclusive and limited edition products only available from the distillery. Ginger Beer is the other famous drop Bundy is well known for and Bundaberg Brewed Drinks at the eye-catching Barrel on Bargara Road is where to learn how it’s made, its origins, ingredients, bottling and packaging. And of course there’s free samples (the other flavours are delicious too) and you can’t miss “Old Cliffy” a fully restored 1929 Chevrolet housed there so check him out. Phone 41 54 5480, open every day. Its on Bargara Road, East Bundaberg.
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Must See Bundy Bundy Belle River Cruise offers a leisurely tour on the beautiful Burnett River with fascinating commentary on the history of the river itself and surrounding area. Relax in the roomy cabin, back deck or take in the sunshine on the top deck with complimentary tea or coffee. (Bundy Belle 50 years ago used to carry an eclectic mix of passengers plus menagerie of animals across the waters of Moreton Bay.) Today she departs from Grunskes Seafood Market and Restaurant so you can enjoy great food before or after your cruise. Ask about their BBQ boat for self-drive hire.
4 Bundy Kegs in Schmeiders Cooperage complex located in Alexandra Street East Bundaberg near the Rum Distillery is where the ancient art of barrel-making is practised. Situated in a 100 year old building it features demonstrations of the craft and if you want a unique gift or something to spoil yourself they make small American White Oak Casks for maturing wines or spirits; thereâ€™s an impressive array of locally hand crafted timber timber pieces â€“ bowls, vases, jewellery boxes, carved wildlife and more. Now exporting their famous casks overseas â€“ to Dubai, UK, NZ and Japan. Get full information on Schmeiders on 41 51 8233.
The Brewhouse is the place to be! Fancy a Thirsty Turtle, or a Drunk Fish? What better way to enjoy a visit to our region than at Bundabergâ€™s popular watering hole, The Brewhouse in Tantitha Street? Serving up crisp, cold brewskies from local boutique beer boys Bargara Brewing Company, this Brewhouse is the perfect spot to relax after a day out on the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Open 11am to 10pm Wednesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm Sunday. Phone 41 52 1675
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Must See Bundy
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. The Mystery Craters – There are 35 craters in one location, over 25 million years old. This rock formation was found beneath a layer of silt and sand by a farmer in 1971. Theories include- a large meteorite, result of sea action, hot spring activity, sink holes from volcanic action, roof of subterranean lake. Find them at Lines Road, South Kolan between Bundy and Gin Gin. Phone 41 577 291 Denizens Of The Deep is on display at Council’s Bargara Service Centre in Hughes Road and amazes all who view it or the talent and expert craftsmanship shown in incredible detail by local artist, the late Nobby Clark. Extraordinary wood carvings using local timbers are a masterpiece bringing the reef to life. From the smallest of coral carvings to the largest (5 metres) the 80 pieces are displayed with platforms and lighting to enhance Nobby’s creative artistry. Phone 1300 883 699, www.absculptures. com Take your friends and loved ones back home a fragrant gift of lavender. Amandine Lavender Shop on Seaview Road on the way to Bargara will delight you with its exclusive range of lavender products and gifts – treat yourself, don’t you deserve a little pampering? Choose from essential oils, natural skin care products, with all gift packages beautifully wrapped just the way you like it. Open seven days, phone 4154 7314 Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park is a hidden haven of peace to head for during your city sight-seeing, a natural wetland in south/east Bundaberg near the bywash 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.
Bundaberg Regional Library – in Woondooma Street is open 9.30am to 6pm Mondays to Thursdays, closing 5pm Fridays; Saturdays 9am to 1 pm. 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 Information phone 41 30 4140. Bundy Bowl and Leisure Centre 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. www.bundybowl.com.au phone 41 52 4334 Riverfeast – this is one of the latest and quite unique culinary and entertainment experience Bundy has to offer. Friday nights now come alive from 4pm to 10pm in Scotland Street East. It’s also available to hire for receptions and functions on other days. Local musicians, future vendors and pop-up food vans can check out www.riverfeast.com.au or find them on facebook. B.R.A.G. is Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery on the corner of Quay and Barolin Streets with touring and local exhibitions plus an impressive well stocked gift shop with original, top quality and stylish items from the region’s artists. Free entry seven days a week. Phone 4130 3750 for the current program.
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Fresh local produce – markets and roadstalls Avenell Hts Church of Christ – fourth Saturday of the month, 8am to noon, Sims Road. Handmade Expo Market – Sundays from 9am to 2pm, Civic Centre. Next dates July 24, August 14, September 18, October 16, November 13, December 11. Full information www.thehandmadeexpocom.au PCYC – held each month at the Recreational Precinct Kendalls Road has stalls specialising in woodwork, arts, crafts, fresh fruit, vegetables, plants and more. Sites available for car boot sales etc. Shalom Sunday Markets – Stalls to explore for everyone, around 200 operating each Sunday from 6am to midday, breakfast, morning tea from the bbq, cold drinks, coffee,tea. Locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables (including organic) cakes, honey, Asian groceries, seedlings, crafts, trash & treasure, Jumping Castle and Laughing Clowns. No dogs allowed. Gin Gin Wild Scotchman Markets – Every Saturday on the Historical Society grounds with fresh local produce, crafts of all kinds, clothes, jewellery and more. BBQ Hut has excellent breakfasts and drinks dispensed with country hospitality. From 7am to midday. Biggenden Lions Club – in Lions Park, second Saturday of the month with large range of goods, arts, crafts, fresh local produce, BBQ breakfast from 7am to midday. Apple Tree Creek – the second Saturday of the month from 7am – varied stalls, crafts, plants, gifts, tools. Onsite canteen, buskers welcome to join the live entertainment. Free face painting for kids at most markets. Bring your car for a boot sale if you like, swappers welcome, walk in, walk out sites available. Dogs to be on leash and fundraisers are free. Roadside Stalls – keep an eye out for excellent roadside stalls with honesty boxes, offering produce fresh from the farm. You can be sure of a bargain here including sweet potatoes, watermelons, rockmelons along Bargara Road where you’ll also find gorgeous flowers (mainly lilies). Lasting a long time, reasonably priced, they are freshly picked and available Fridays only during winter and spring months.
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Family Fun Have you taken the kids to one of these Bundaberg indoor and outdoor places? Free Playgrounds where burning energy is fun and healthy for you and the kids includes the new Boreham Park at Avenell Hts, redesigned by Wide Bay Medicare Local and the Council to support more activity. Another is Bargara’s new Schuhkraft Hub at Neilson Park with a wide range of energy burning equipment catering for all ages. And the ever popular Turtle Park on the esplanade is always full of kids, adults (and seagulls) soaking up our perfect weather, all year round.
Segway along the coastline
Say hello to Cocky at Alexandra Park
Alexandra Park with its collection of native animals and birds and Victorian era band rotunda is a great picnic spot and playground; Lake Ellen (on the Bywash where East Bundy meets South) is also a favourite with all the latest equipment.
Jump on an All-Terrain Segway style PMDs (Personal Mobility Device) and have the most sensational experience while gliding along the coast. Explore Bargara and Coral Cove on an eco-friendly PMD, a self-balancing, two wheeled, electric vehicle, that’s easy to operate. Age 12 and over, between 45kg and 130 kg. www.segwaybundy.com.au Ymazing Play Centre and Café is no ordinary playground this all weather funfair is where parents can recharge with a coffee and the under – 12s can tire themselves out. It’s at the YMCA in Quinn Street, with a 6m high maze
structure, three slides and ball pit, also separate toddler and baby areas. Open Monday to Friday 9am to 2pm, (school holidays 9am to 4pm) Saturday 9am to 4pm, Sunday 9.30 to 4pm. Closed public holidays. Phone 4132 8220. www. ymazing.org.au What’s on at the Movies? Find one at Moncrieff Entertainment Centre in Bourbong Street and four-screen cinema Readings on Johanna Boulevard towards the Airport. (for Readings phone 4152 1233.). For info on touring live shows and Moncrieff movies phone 41 30 4100. Also for the kids is the Barrel on Bargara Road, Bundy Bowl and Leisure Centre, a walk in Baldwin Swamp, and the Bundaberg Library has a section for children.
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Walk through history Stroll leisurely around the CBD and notice these brilliant old buildings, some heritage-listed and been standing since long before Bundaberg was declared a city just over 100 years ago. The Old Cran Home – corner Bourbong and Hope Streets West Bundaberg, built 1894 for Robert Cran who established the Millaquin Sugar Mill. It has five bedrooms, ballroom, morning room, two lounge rooms, three bathrooms, formal dining, fireplaces, bay windows, chandeliers and ceiling roses, high ceilings, hoop pine floors, red cedar joinery and double terracotta chimney pots. Payne, Butler & Lang Solicitors office is Qunaba House on the corner of Targo and Quay Streets. Erected in 1887, it’s our oldest commercial building, originally the Queensland National Bank. The name was also used for the Qunaba Sugar Mill when it was initially operated by the bank at Mon Repos.
The Old Bundy Tavern is on the site of one of Bundaberg's earliest public houses - the Custom House Hotel. The allotment was originally sold at Bundy’s first auction in May 1870 for
£11. It was destroyed by fire in 1915 , rebuilt and renamed Hotel Bundaberg in 1918, then The Old Bundy Tavern in 1991. Post Office – the tower’s exterior has remained virtually unchanged since the opening in 1890. The ground floor features wonderful pillars and arches; upper floor is dominated by colonial verandas and cast-iron balustrades. Soldiers War Memorial – a 7ft 6ins World War 1 Digger on a polished red granite column is sculptured from marble with the stone laid in 1920 by General Birdwood. Sir Charles Brand, originally from Bundaberg unveiled it in July 1921. Former Commercial Banking Company of Sydney – corner Maryborough and Bourbong Streets is of colonial design built in 1891. Wide verandas are embellished with cast iron lace balustrades, shingled roof, louvred wooden window shutters and the small building at the back was a horse stable. Linden Medical Centre in Barolin Street was built in 1913 as the residence of Dr Egmont Schmidt whose father emigrated from Berlin. It was named for Lindenstrasse, an avenue of linden trees. A time capsule was placed in a wall during building and it’s been a medical practice since 1975. Burnett Dentral Clinic was built around 1911 by O J Gruter of German/Swiss descent. It has distinctive pressed metal walls (both inside and out) and adornments on the original façade are Dental Blocks, an example of ancient Greek architecture. Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Bundaberg’s first opened on this site in 1875 with the design an adaptation of a Roman temple. The Anglican Church was built in English Gothic style with pointed arches, 34 metre tower with stonewalls, lichgate and wayside cross in keeping with the English custom. School of Arts in Bourbong Street is the oldest public building still standing, built in 1888/89.
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Bundaberg’s Botanic Gardens Bert Hinkler – how he flew, where he lived More than a museum – an aviation adventure! Hinkler Hall of Aviation celebrates the famous pioneer solo aviator and the wonders of innovation, spirit and adventure. “Flight ever fascinated me” said Bert who always spelled “Aviation” with a capital “A” as a little boy at North Bundaberg State School. Comprising a soaring exhibition hall, featuring multi-media exhibits, a flight simulator, the Globe Theatre, five aircraft and the historic Hinkler House, the Hinkler Hall of Aviation in the tropical surrounds of the Botanic Gardens provides you with an enjoyable and interesting adventure where you and your family become part of the story. Open from 9am to 4pm, seven days a week, make sure you experience the dream on your visit to Bundaberg.
Bert’s English home Your entry ticket to the Hall of Aviation includes admission to the magnificently restored Hinkler House which he named Mon Repos after the beach where he practised flying. In 1983 Bert’s house was brought brick by brick from Southampton in England to stand proudly in the Botanic Gardens.
Step back in time Bundaberg Historical Museum will fascinate visitors with “how things used to be”. Beautifully maintained in the Botanic Gardens, this quaint haven of nostalgia has the famous Lucke Quads’ pram here, the
only one of its kind made in Australia. Also re-created is an old schoolroom, butcher shop, general store, bank office, hospital (with iron lung) milk cart with horse, even a jail. Now they’re stuffed! Birds who once flew around Queens Park, some over 100 years ago gaze at visitors along with photos of Bundy’s former mayors which adorn the walls. Open 10am to 4pm. Phone 4152 0101. Fairymead House Sugar Museum was a bicentennial gift from the Bundaberg Sugar Company and now overlooks the Botanic Gardens in its new role of sugar industry museum, housing photographs and memorabilia exploring the technology, development and history of milling. Guided tours from 11am to 12 pm except Saturdays. Fairymead house and surrounding gardens are popular for functions and weddings. Phone 4130 4400. All Aboard! Australian Sugarcane Railway, affectionately known as The Little Train chuffs happily along its track through the Botanic Gardens, taking delighted children and the young at heart on a steam-powered journey. Operated by a dedicated group of volunteers from the Bundaberg Steam Tramway Preservation Society, it runs most Sundays and school holidays – check with the Visitor Information Centre phone 4153 8888 or visit the little railway station while at the Gardens.
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Grey Nomads If you are one of the growing army of grey nomads discovering Australia ... we welcome you to Bundaberg.
Childers RV Park RV travellers now have a new place to stay when they arrive in Childers with a 20-hour RV Park opened in March and expected to become very popular with the many grey nomads that visit the charming town. Bundaberg Mayor Jack Dempsey said the opening was part of a plan to create RV friendly parks across the region. Campervan and Motorhomes Australia CEO Richard Barwick said he was pleased that the Childers business community had actively pursued introducing the RV Park and looked forward to developing its RV Friendly Towns program further throughout the Bundaberg region.
RV Club plans Bundaberg Rally Campervan Motor Home Club of Australia (CMCA) plan a Bundaberg Rally from October 8 to 16, the longer rally decided to allow more time to explore the region’s attractions including the Rum Distillery. Rally Manager, Paul Scully stated in The Wanderer Magazine, that the surrounding area offers many opportunities both before and after the rally. “Towns such as Childers and Gin Gin will welcome our members.” Other activities include disc bowls, seminars, craft, indoor and outdoor trade and food court. The rally site is situated opposite the airport. Mr Scully encouraged RV members to make the most of the first rally held in Queensland in four years, saying “Whether you spent winter in the far north or you’re coming from the south or west, you’ll receive a warm Queensland welcome in Bundaberg.”
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Time your visit to Childers for the Festival Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July. It is the only festival in Queensland that stops a highway, closing the Bruce Highway!
RV Club Bundaberg Rally The team at the Bundy Book has organised a welcome to Bundaberg competition for all visitors attending the Bundaberg Rally in October. It’s easy to enter! Go to our website www.coastlinenews.com.au and answer three easy questions. The prize is to be taken during the rally week. First prize is dinner for two at Bundaberg’s Waves Club. This multi-award winning venue offers fine dining for lunch and dinner, an all-hours cafe, an award winning children's playground facility, four function rooms, a sportsmans bar and UBET, KENO, and the most abundant and most modern gaming room facility in Bundaberg, offering over 220 gaming machines. Also we have arranged for the winners to visit the Hinkler Hall of Aviation in the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens during their visit. We have a double pass to take the True Brew Experience Tour at the Barrel the home of the popular Bundaberg Ginger Beer. The lucky winner will receive a voucher valued at $150 from Ben and his team at Searles RV Centre in Bundaberg. This can be used on servicing, parts or accessories. www.bundyrvs.com.au Entry is free, so if you are attending the Rally enter now. Winners will be advised and named on our website. www.coastlinenews.com.au
Education Choices CQ University -
study on campus or from home You’ll find CQ University on a beautifully kept 23 hectare site adjacent to Bundy Airport, six kms from the CBD. Friendly and supportive, it offers small class sizes with prior learning and work experience taken into consideration, with enabling courses to help you prepare for tertiary education. • State of the art lecture theatres featuring the latest presentation and Audio-Visual equipment. • High-tech multimedia labs. • Wireless networking installed on the campus to enable students to connect their laptops to the Internet. • Photocopying, scanning and printing facilities. • Bookshop. • A Campus library with access to an extensive array of online databases to enable students to source the latest information in their chosen fields. • A student refectory. • A multi purpose half court.
History of U3A University of the Third Age (U3A) is an international organisation, embodying the principles of life-long education and the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake, in an atmosphere of mutual learning and teaching. Third Age refers to the life period of active retirement, which follows the first age of childhood and formal education and the second age of working life, and which precedes the fourth age of dependence. The concept of U3A was developed in Toulouse in 1972, to bring older people into contact with academic programmes at the University. It spread rapidly throughout Europe, and the first Australian U3A was opened in Melbourne in 1984 and U3A Bundaberg established in 1988. All U3A branches are voluntary, self-help organisations; autonomous and democratic, with a management committee voted in by the membership. There are no employees, all workers including tutors are volunteers. Information on U3A Bundaberg, phone 41 54 1572, www.u3abundaberg.org.au
CQUNIVERSITY BUNDABERG START YOUR JOURNEY WITH US STUDY AT CQUNIVERSITY IN 2017 Whether you’re thinking of changing careers or want to upskill to enter the workforce, CQUniversity’s comprehensive range of TAFE and university qualifications, as well as seamless pathways between the two, can help you get there. Explore your local options here in Bundaberg or discover everything we have to offer by distance education.
This school is one of the historic buildings at the Calliope Village near Gladstone
Children well catered for in Bundaberg State Schools – Bundaberg South, East, West, North State Schools; also Central, Kalkie, Bargara, Woongarra, Walkervale, Burnett Heads, Elliott Heads, Moore Park, Norville, Avoca, Alloway, Thabeban, and Bundaberg Special School. Bundaberg State High, (the second oldest in Queensland) Kepnock and North State High Schools. Private Schools –St Patricks, St Marys, St Josephs Catholic Primary Schools, Shalom Catholic College, St Luke’s Anglican, St Johns Lutheran, Coral Coast Christian School, Bundaberg Christian College. www.coastlinenews.com.au
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Eat at Grunske’s by the River Open air dining overlooking the Burnett River
Gift vouchers available No expiry dates
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House made cakes & freshly brewed coffee
Non seafood meal options available from the restaurant
Make a reservation on line or phone 41 522 722
Take home fresh local seafood from the seafood market
Local wild caught Australian seafood processed on site daily
Get your seafood packed for travel
Ample car parking including caravan parks
Proudly supporting the local fishing industry for over 30 years
Seafood, bait & ice available 7 days including public holidays
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37 Targo Street, Bundaberg. Ph: 4198 1400
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Full seven page menu including fresh local seafood. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner and an ability to customise each dish to your own personal taste or dietary requirements or just enjoy a great coffee with some house-made desserts with some of the best views Bundy has to offer with lots of grass for the kids to play on.
Shop 4 Port Marina Drive, Port Marina. Ph: 4159 5658
Open Monday to Saturday from 8am & Sunday from 10.30am
Enjoy the peaceful marina setting and large grassed areas with fish and chips, burgers, ice creams or some fresh local seafood made to the same high standard demanded in our next door restaurant. Fresh seafood platters made to order.
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Open Monday-Friday from 10am Weekends from 7am
Family bistro, bar and coffee lounge. Specializes in steak and seafood. Choose from the John Dee Angus Beef. Fresh seafood.
Cnr Targo/Quay Streets, Bundaberg. Ph: 4154 3320
11am-2.30pm Dinner 5pm to late
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Bistro: Open Mon-Sat Lunch 11am-2pm Dinner 6pm-8pm
Daily lunch specials from $10 Mon night Burger night from $10 - Tues night kids eat free Wed night bbq Pork Ribs from $14 Thurs night Rump or Schnitzel $11 Fri night 2 for $20 - Sat night subject to change
73 Mulgrave Street, Gin Gin. Ph: 4157 2131
Monday to Sunday Lunch 12 noon - 2pm Dinner 6pm - 8pm
Daily Specials changing daily $10 Lunch Specials $15 - $18 Dinner Specials $10 Roast of the Day everyday We have an extensive Menu with a little bit of everything.
Spotted Dog Tavern
217 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg. Ph: 4198 1044
All Day Dining 7days
Gourmet pizzas all day. Coffee booth & snacks from 6.00am. Cafe open from 8.00am Lunch: 11am - 5pm / Dinner: 5pm - late www.spotteddogtavern.com.au
Cnr Bauer Street & Esplanade, Bargara. Ph: 4130 1100
Open 7 days
An extensive menu offering top class dining. Breakfast: From 6.30am Tuesday to Friday, Weekends 7.30am. Lunch: Thursday to Sunday from Noon. Dinner: 7 Nights from 5pm.
Sabrosa Steakhouse & A-La-Carte Restaurant
167A Bourbong Street, Bundaberg Ph: 4151 3666
Lunch Tues-Fri 11.30am-2pm Dinner Tues-Sat 5.30pm Til Late Closed Sun & Mon
Specialise in Steak and Local Seafood. Local Produce Sourced. A-la-Carte. Pasta/Chicken/Gluten Free, Yummy Desserts. Try The Sabrosa Challenge.
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68 Targo Street, Bundaberg. Ph: 4151 3065
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Bistro 7 days Lunch 11:30 - 2:30 Dinner 5:00 – 8.30
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Enjoy the irresistible, gastronomic tastes of India and Thailand • All meals freshly cooked • BYO • Takeaways • Choose from mild, medium or hot LUNCH MON. TO SAT. - DINNER EVERY NIGHT - PUBLIC HOLS. DINNER ONLY
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Bargara – beautiful one day, perfect the next Plenty of destinations are described that way, but in this case it happens to be true – so it had to be said! You may be mistaken for thinking you have flown into a tropical paradise upon arrival at Bargara. Palm trees line the foreshore, the Southern Great Barrier reef stretches out before you, and the climate is just like Hawaii - it's time to kick back and relax. This very family friendly seaside town just 13 kilometres from Bundaberg has heaps of parks, beaches, cafes, shops and activities to explore. You can swim all year round here, with several beaches stretching from Neilson's Park down to the pooch friendly Archie's Beach. The Esplanade is perfect for your morning or afternoon walk with six kilometres of paved pathway perfect for scooters, bikes, trikes or walkers. Say hi to the dogs (and their humans) that you see each day on their regular walk. The Basin is a protected swimming spot for young and old, best dipped in high tide, where you can take some bread down and feed the many fish that swim around your legs or pop some goggles on to take a peek. The Turtle Park offers shaded grass areas and a big playground in the shape of a turtle.
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Everything you need at Bargara
No need to drive into town with all these facilities at two main precincts not far apart at Bargara and there are two petrol stations –Woolworths at Bargara Central, plus locally owned Liberty Servo in Bauer Street towards the esplanade. Bargara Central on your left on the corner of Davidson Street with Woolworths Supermarket, Aldi Supermarket, plus specialty stores, - pharmacy, medical, pathology, physiotherapy, vet, real estate, newsagency, bottle-shop, coffee shop, bakery, computers, hairdresser, discount variety shop, as well known fast food brands and Indian restaurant. Centrepoint towards the esplanade is a colourful “downtown” mix with doctor, dentist, optometrist, post office, real estate, beachwear & gifts, massage, hairdresser, NAB, Bargara Meats, bakery plus eateries – top quality restaurants to take-aways, cafes and counter meals – the choice is yours. Nana’s Pantry has her award-winning gelato at the Old Windmill and there’s terrific food and atmosphere at Twocan Yard Bar in Hughes Road. Bali & Asian Imports opposite the Bargara Hotel Bottleshop is overflowing with treasures - their cool clothing range for all sizes (that’s rare) are perfect for your Bargara holiday. The Little Shop With No Name – say g’day to John the Pom in his second-hand bookstore (look for Flo, the gorgeous model reclining on the footpath outside). John also has heaps of dvds plus rare and classic treasures (yes someone found an original Mrs Beeton’s cookbook here).
Flo, outside the Little Shop With No Name New tourist info kiosk Find where to stay, what to see and where to eat at Bargara Coastal Accommodation in front of the Palms Motel in See Street. You can also make tour bookings and pick up maps and brochures. Accommodation bookings at Bargara at peak times can fill very quickly, including advance bookings, and owners Michael and Christine Owens (managers of The Point and Bargara Blue) hope visitors don’t leave disappointed before checking out what they can find for them. The one-stop-shop also handles car hire, segway, bike and kayak hire and is looking to include the holiday home market. See them seven days a week from 8.30am.
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Turtles coming back in November Mon Repos Beach just 15 minutes from Bundaberg’s city centre has the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles on Australia’s eastern mainland and most significant loggerhead population in the South Pacific. During the day, entry to the conservation park is by the park access road or the boardwalk with visitors welcome to view the informative displays at the educational centre. There is no charge for daytime access. Rangers and volunteers do their utmost to ensure maximum comfort and minimum stress to the magnificent creatures, while allowing tourists to get up close and personal, to witness nature unfolding. Here’s the turtles’ own calendar of events
as they plan their annual return visit to Mon Repos Beach this year. November – nesting season starts with the first Saturday when nightly Turtle Tours begin. Bookings are essential by contacting the Information Centre 41 53 8888, www. bundabergregion.org/destinations/ natural-encounters/turtles December – nesting season reaches its peak with tours running except for December 24, 25, 31. January – Hatching Season starts as the little guys begin to appear and
Turtle Season sets new record "Tonight will tip us over the record from last year,” Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism general manager Katherine Mergard said in mid-March at the end of the 2016/2017 season. Last year had 30,222 visitors set foot on the sand to witness turtles nesting and hatching at Mon Repos Beach, with this year’s total expected to eclipse the record by more than 130 people.
scurry to the ocean with only one in 1000 surviving to come back to Mon Repos to breed. Even though the first babies are hatching, other mums are still laying their eggs in January. February – Hatching is in full swing. The tiny guys can be disoriented by bright lights with Bundy running the “Cut the Glow to Help Turtles Go” campaign so they head in the right direction, towards the sea. Late March – Turtle Time comes to a close.
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With records also broken for Bundaberg summer temperatures, turtle numbers suffered this season. There were more international visitors and pre-bookings than usual with the flood of bookings for December and January commencing in early September.
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Gateway to the Southern The Bundaberg Port Marina is located at the Port of Bundaberg and is the busiest international yacht clearance facility in Australia. This year the marina will host two major events and one “big” point of difference:
Down Under Rally 2017 – November 5 to 11 Over 50 international yachts from all corners of the globe converge to the Port of Bundaberg to experience a “true blue, dinky di” Aussie welcome! www. downunderrally.com
HMAS Tobruk From May 2017 the HMAS Tobruk will be moored down-stream from the Bundaberg Port Marina, in preparation
for the planned scuttling sometime in 2018. The marina will be a fantastic vantage point to view and capture an image before the ship becomes one of Australia’s top dive sites.
Lady Musgrave Island Experience Visit one of the Southern Great Barrier Reef’s most majestic islands. Day trips depart from the Bundaberg Port Marina. Phone (07) 41595066 www.bundabergportmarina.com.au
Oceanfest “Taste the Reef” August 26. If seafood “floats your boat” don’t miss the saltiest event of 2017! The festival focusses on quality local seafood, wines and beers from the region, themed entertainment and a range of ocean orientated attractions and displays for all family members to enjoy!
Relax by the river in the picturesque marina with your take away fish & chips or ice cream or just indulge in some of our local seafood for the barbie tonight.
Using the same high quality of food, cleanliness and levels of service demanded in our restaurant.
Baltimores Takeaways & Seafood
OPEN MON TO SAT FROM 8AM / SUN FROM 10.30AM Shop 4 Port Marina Drive. Ph: 4159 5658.
Baltimore Restaurant Bar & Cafe
7 days, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Phone: 07 4159 5200
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Great Barrier Reef ... Port Marina Gifts Find a fantastic range of nautical and beach giftware items, resort wear, souvenirs, canvas prints, local aboriginal artwork and didgeridoos.
Captains Chandlery Bundaberg's biggest marine store is located right on your boats doorstep. Turtle Coast Car Hire- explore the attractions of the region from as little as $49 a day with cars and utes available from the marina office.
Baltimore Café and Takeaway Enjoy riverside dining overlooking the million dollar views at the marina. Phone (07) 4159 5200.
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Wholesale/Retails seafood suppliers, direct from the trawlers to you! Seafood platters available to order. Phone (07) 4159 5044.
Bundaberg Port Marina is situated 1 nautical mile from the entrance of the Burnett River and offers all weather, all tides deep water access to visitors to the Coral Coast.
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Burnett Heads Heritage Trail
Historian Marge Kidd has put huge efforts into researching Burnett Heads, resulting in the Burnett Heads Heritage Trail beginning at Oaks Beach. It is held on the fourth Sunday of each month from 9am to 12 with the iconic Lighthouse also open for visitors. This lighthouse was erected at South Head in 1873 and operational for 99 years until replaced by a taller tower. (Just around the corner, the unique 1930s Heritage Listed St John The Divine Anglican Church is also open from 9am to 12 on Sundays with visitors welcome.) It was relocated to Lighthouse Park in 1972 for preservation and stands as a lasting icon of the district. The Heritage Trail brochure is available at the Lighthouse when open and guides visitors who wish to go on the Heritage Trail walk which wends from the Historic Lighthouse to the current operational lighthouse, through the former Pilot Station Reserve and along the foreshore.
Burnett Heads/Port of Bundaberg is the “Gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef” – a relaxed coastal village located not far from Mon Repos Conservation Park and 17kms from the centre of Bundaberg. Burnett Heads has a variety of caravan parks, marinas, pubs and clubs mixed with waterfront dining and boutique shopping outlets. Burnett Heads’ great natural experiences include: • Turtle Trail Walk – enjoy this coastal stroll with great views of the coastline between Burnett Heads and Bargara. • Oaks Beach – safe swimming with weekend patrols over summer • Sharkies Beach – between north end of Mon Repos and Oaks Beach, secluded and enjoyed by locals for a leisurely stroll, swim, or snorkel. • Butchers Rocks – see basalt rock formations left behind after the volcanic Hummock eruption. Lava bubbles have left behind rock pools with soft corals and plenty of sea creatures; wet a line or snorkel in the right conditions. • Boat Harbour Sea Wall – land based fishing spot • Wallace Creek – great for kayaking, crabbing, fishing. At low tide nearby Duchess Rocks has a display of soft coral and it’s here where remnants of an ancient lava flow can be viewed. Snorkel or fish off the rock wall and then check out the marina to see how the yachties live.
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This section of Coral Coast Pathways starts at the northern end of Innes Park Reserve, finishing at Coral Cove Resort & Golf Course. Innes Park, just south of Bargara is 15 kms from Bundy CBD, with the Reserve a recreational hub with playground, skate park, ball courts, and the inlet great for swimming or just cooling off. Walking south you come to Herb Muller Park with legendary Barolin Homestead built in 1912. Next is Barolin Rocks part of the Woongarra Marine Park with diving and snorkelling fans relishing the abundance of fish and coral. At the end of this picturesque section of the coastal walkway is the Coral Cove International Resort with 18-hole championship golf course that has the longest hole in Australia at 635m and Pacific Ocean as its backdrop. The greens have been strategically built into the coastal township providing a unique golfing challenge. The Resort is the ideal holiday destination, golfing getaway, wedding, function or conference location – all set in a subtropical paradise. Coral Cove is surrounded by exclusive homes, land and investment properties, all within a Masterplanned Community. www.coastlinenews.com.au
Moore Park Beach - a great escape Moore Park Beach, the seaside township with 20kms of unspoilt golden beaches is the first choice for those wanting an unhurried relaxing beach getaway. Go over the bridge to North Bundy and follow the signs for about 25 kms to see why regular holiday makers return year after year for swimming, surfing, fishing, long walks or 4WDriving. Take your 4WD along the northern 10km of beach to the mouth of the Kolan River with only the occasional roofline seen from the beach – you’ll feel a million miles away from the daily grind. Accommodation includes camping and cabins, motel, bush huts, stylish apartments with nothing between you and the beach except a vegetated wildlife reserve. There are six different parklands and the Memorial Garden is the focus for services including Anzac Day, Long Tan Day, Remembrance Day. See the plaques commemorating locals who gave their lives in conflict. Facilities include specialty stores, service station with great food and great night out at Moore Park Beach Bowls Club Bistro and Moore Park Beach Tavern. Festival Of Arts – Scheduled for August 18 to 20, this popular annual event is enjoyed by all ages with food vans offering cuisine from around the world, rides and fun for the kids, market stalls, handcrafts, donkey and camel rides. See also he Taribelang Aboriginal Dancers, Square Dancing, Island Dancers and self defence displays to name a few.
Elliott Heads and Riverview
Low tide at Elliott Heads – the mouth of the Elliott River. These are the southern most of our local beaches at the mouth of the Elliott River, surrounded by sugar and smallcrops farms. Elliott Heads has a patrolled swimming beach, popular for kite surfing, jet skiing; the fishing is good either from shore or on the nearby reefs.
MOORE PARK BEACH BOWLS & SPORTS CLUB
The shady landscaped caravan park is adjacent to the beach, plus picnic and barbecue spots – it’s always been a favourite for family holidays about 18km from the city via Elliott Heads Road. Call into the Driftwood Café which has great views and food.
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Childers and Woodgate – always a warm welcome Find time to visit our friendly neighbours, Childers 50km south on the Bruce Highway and Woodgate (from Childers turn off highway down Goodwood Road) See the Backpackers Memorial featuring the Memory Wall and photograph-like portrait of young lives lost in the 2000 fire plus the famous Old Pharmacy with an historic dispensary, dental exhibits, traditional sweets, gifts and souveniors. In Lucketts Road, indulge in award-winning Mammino’s Ice Cream at their factory, and drop in to see Monty the Python at Snakes Downunder Reptile Park & Zoo open 9.30am to 3pm except Wednesdays. Flying High at Apple Tree Creek – 6km north of Childers towards Bundy is a great bird habitat with walkthrough free-flight aviaries. And onto Woodgate Beach – with 16 kms of curving sandy beach is enjoying growth expansion while retaining its original charm of a laidback seaside town close to a National Park. The boardwalk lets you enjoy the Park to its fullest with a walkway/cycleway running the length of the esplanade with bikes for hire. Woodgate’s peaceful waters and white sandy beach are a fisherman’s paradise, safe swimming for family holidays and tranquillity in abundance.
EXPERIENCE A STEP BACK IN TIME!
Childers Backpacker Memorial.
Childers Festival – July 29, 30 From modest beginnings in 1996 as a “Food and Wine Festival” that attracted 5,000 people it was renamed several times and now acknowledged as a major cultural event on the Queensland Events Calendar. It is also the only event that closes the Bruce Highway. Now attracting over 50,000 people on the last weekend in July, it features hundreds of stalls with an incredible range of wares, delicious cuisine and street performers from around the world and five stages of non-stop multicultural entertainment. Don’t miss it – you’ll love it!
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Sunday 30 July Multicultural entertainment, wine, food & craft stalls!
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Win brilliant Bundy prizes – see the turtles! Yes, you and a friend could be spending some fabulous time in Bundy, either in late 2017 or early next year during the turtle season (excluding school holidays). You’ll have two tickets on the famous Turtle Tour with transport to Mon Repos Beach on the Turtle Express with Bundy Coach Tours.
Kacys has a sensational location, surrounded on one side by Bargara beach, and on the other with restaurants, cafes and shopping, all with a relaxed beach lifestyle. Kacys has an in house bar and café, Foxtel and so many other facilities.
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Two nights for two people in a Queen Suite Ocean View room on the Bargara esplanade, PLUS dinner for two at Kacys restaurant. Located right on the beach, Kacy’s Bargara Beach Motel offers a range of different options for accommodation in Bargara, Bundaberg. From affordable studio rooms, motel or hotel suites, luxury penthouse suites & self contained apartments all with stunning ocean views.
Visit The Big Barrel – Bundaberg Brewed Drinks will show you just how the famous Bundaberg Ginger Beer and other delicious flavours are made. Hinkler Hall Of Aviation – welcomes you to the fascinating flight adventures of world famous aviator Bert Hinkler, set in the beautiful Botanic Gardens. Bundaberg Rum Distillery- And your visit to Bundaberg just wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the internationally known home of Bundy Rum. Enjoy a Distillery Experience Tour, sample a drop at the Bundy Bar and take home a unique souvenir available only at the Distillery Gift Store.
How to enter: via our website, www.coastlinenews.com. au - answer these three easy questions and tell us briefly what you think of The Bundy Book. 1. What month next year will the Commonweath Games be held on the Gold Coast? 2. Lake McKenzie is situated on which island? 3. The Outback Festival is held in what town every two years? Winner will be announced in our next Bundy Book printed in September and listed on our website –entries close Friday 11th August Winners will be advised and announced on our website. Entry is free but only one entry per household.
Winners of our Fraser Island holiday. We invited our readers to win a Kingfisher Bay Resort stay for two plus a Whale-Watching Tour on Quick Cat II A draw was held from all correct entries and the winner is Vicki Wheatland of East Geelong, Victoria All entrants had to visit various locations in Bundaberg and Bargara to answer the questions. The answers: 1. A.L.Stewart is the mayors name. 2. The name of the Major Mitchell cockatoo at Alexandra Park zoo in Quay Street is Rocky 3. The fish is blue at the turtle playground. The winner has been advised and we wish to thank all who entered.
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Agnes Water & Town of 1770
Just relax – do what you like, when you like amid the most gorgeous beach surrounds you’ll find anywhere. Sounds just what you need doesn’t it and the choices are all yours on the Discovery Coast, just six hours drive from Brisbane. Town of 1770 and Agnes Water are the hub of this stretch of coast surrounded by rural hinterland, untouched national parks and deep blue waters of the Coral Sea. Agnes Water is the most northern surf beach on the east coast of Australia and is paradise for board riders with unbelievable breaks. One of the most beautiful locations on the Queensland coast is Town of 1770 just minutes from Agnes and named after the visit of Lt James Cook in May 1770.
Experience The LARC 1770 LARC! Tours, operate two pink amphibious crafts. The full day Paradise Tour visits the Lighthouse at Bustard Head, enjoy a picnic lunch and billy tea and sandboard down the towering dunes on Middle Island. A two hour LARC + Lunch! tour offers a cruise off the coastline and Eurimbula National Park and the one hour Afternoon Cruise takes in Eurimbula National Park along with a fun LARC "splashdown". Book your passage on www.1770larctours.com.au, phone 4974 9422.
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Captain Cook Baffle Creek – 1770 Festival Winfield
From May 19 to 21 at the SES Grounds at 1770 with the Art Show Opening Night May 17 in the Agnes Water Community Hall. See a re-enactment of the landing of Lieutenant James Cook and crew at Bustard Bay, on the Friday late afternoon on the Town of 1770 foreshore, repeated next day on the main stage at the SES Grounds. Saturday begins with a street parade and traditional owners of the Discovery Coast land, the Gooreng Gooreng people explain dreamtime stories through traditional dance with didgeridoos. Plenty of artistic market stalls offer a great range of treasures for visitors with local artisans displaying their works. Plus of course there’s a delicious selection of international foods for you to enjoy. This award-winning festival in a unique locality on the Queensland coastline has grown in size and reputation over the past 25 years and you are assured of a wonderful weekend in this stunning part of the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
The Baffle and its tributaries provide many kms of waterways for fishing, crabbing and boating. Many years ago small coastal steamers called at the Port of Baffle Creek picking up casks of tallow and stores for nearby cattle stations. Winfield on the southern side of the estuary is approximately 11 km off Rosedale Road. For a quiet and indulgent getaway on the foreshore of the pristine estuary, Baffle Retreat B&B is for you. Baffle Creek Tavern offers fantastic scenery on the river, terrific food, cold beer, poker machines, and Bottleshop seven days a week. There’s even a 9 hole golf course with club hire, Sky Channel, poker machines and courtesy bus. Where is Baffle Creek? If you are baffled as to its whereabouts go to our map in the centre of this Bundy Book. NOBODY IN THE WORLD SELLS MORE REAL ESTATE THAN RE/MAX.*
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EVENTS CALENDAR Agrotrend – May 5,6
Held at Bundaberg Recreational Precinct, University Drive. The primary economic drivers of the commercial hubs of Bundaberg, Childers and Gin Gin are agriculture and horticulture making Agrotrend Bundaberg the ideal location for a field day event. Two days of farming and lifestyle focused activities for the whole family to enjoy. Check out the latest in farming technologies and don’t forget the rodeo on the Saturday night. Rotary Club of Bundaberg have this event management back under their banner and look forward to seeing you there. www.agrotrendcom.au
BCC Festival – May 6 Bundaberg Christian College’s largest fundraiser organised by volunteer parents, students and staff. Funds are used to provide quality, values-based education with a caring environment, empowering almost 700 students to make a positive impact. At the College on Ashfield Road, enjoy stalls, food, amusement rides – Market Lane, Art Display and Silent Auction, Sideshow Alley, Musical entertainment, and prizes galore. www.bccfestival.com.
Ring Road Run, June 4 Start 7.30am and finish at St Luke’s Anglican School, and organised by the Rotary Club Bundaberg West, funds raised support RACQ LifeFlight Rescue Helicopter and if you choose to run for the Leukaemia Foundation, you run for free. It’s for all abilities and about having a great family day out while engaging in important physical activity. Ring Road Run once again partners with The MOVE it Expo showcasing our fitness trainers, health experts, fresh food producers, local sporting clubs and loads of great information for your better health and well-being. To apply for a stall at the Expo, check out the Bundy Council website or contact email@example.com Hit the road and join in the fun as the Ring Road Run celebrates its 7th anniversary with a weekend of health and well-being.
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VMR Family Fishing Classic, June 23 Held at Volunteer Marine Rescue Burnett Heads Boat Harbour, it promotes safe boating and sustainable fishing practices, promote business in the region, plus a great weekend of family fun. All proceeds to VMR Bundaberg, the event is in its 10th year. www.vmrbundabergfishingclassic.com.au
Ex Servicewomen’s Association 50th Anniversary Reunion – July 14, 15, 16. For visiting and local former and current servicewomen and guests. Activities include welcome buffet at Bundy Services Club Quay Street, Salute to Servicewomen exhibition at The Waves Sports Club, luncheon and on Sunday a commemorative service at Lions Remembrance Park Takalvan Street. Bookings essential, phone 41 594134
Bundy Flavours & Winterfeast Farmers Market, July 8. From 7am to 2 pm at Kendalls Flat, East Bundaberg, the Farmers Market offers a unique chance to experience firsthand the vast range of fresh local produce our region has to offer. There’s plenty of food demos, produce appreciation sessions and entertainment. Farm Flavours Picnic is set for July 16 at Macadamias Australia on Goodwood Road – enjoy your hamper filled with local fare and listen to local musicians. Keep up to date with events during this exciting time in Bundy – www.winterfeast.com.au.
Moore Park Beach Festival Of Arts August 18 to 20. Free admission with lots of rides and fun for the kids. Market stalls with handcrafts and a variety of products, donkey and camel rides. See the Taribelang Aboriginal Dancers, Island Dancers, Square Dancing and self defence displays to mention a few. At the Community Hall Moore Park Beach.
Oceanfest Bundaberg, August 26. In the Port Marina precinct, the saltiest event ever, Bundy’s Seafood Festival with local seafood, local wines, local beers, entertainment, displays and heaps of wonderful food fresh from the ocean. Eateries, seafood van and stall operators provide plenty of choice with menu plus the chance to purchase seafood fresh from the trawler to take home. Choose a marquee location, outdoor setting or bring a blanket for the grassed areas for a seafood picnic. Oceanfest Bundaberg is the Southern Great Barrier Reef’s newest seafood festival – how lucky are we to live here? www.facebook.com/bundabergsunriserotary or phone 0467 492 109 www.coastlinenews.com.au
Travel Out Of The City Experience country hospitality in Gin Gin
Gin Gin, 51 kms west of Bundaberg is the ideal rest stop when travelling between Brisbane and Rockhampton with Historical Society Museum, Art Gallery and Visitor Information Centre in the main street, Mulgrave Street. It’s 52.8km to Mount Perry on the Gin Gin Mount Perry Road, then a further 69km to Eidsvold and Gayndah – from there you can make your way back to Bundaberg.
North Burnett Circle
Cania Gorge near Monto
Often described as the corridor of opportunity linking the coast to the coalfields of central Queensland. As your journey takes you through the different parts of this region, one thing remains the same – you’ll be met with a firm handshake, wide smile and warm welcome. Rugged gorges, mountain ranges, rural views and towns offeri real country hospitality – take the circle on the Burnett Highway (A3) as part of the alternate route from Brisbane to Rockhampton.
Monto and Cania Gorge Cania Gorge National Park and picturesque Lake Cania is the ideal spot to view the unspoilt beauty of the awesome sculpted sandstone rock formations. Lake Cania has been well stocked with saratoga, bass, golden and silver perch plus more species occurring naturally. Gayndah, Queensland’s oldest town has plenty of reminders of its colonial history with Heritage Listed Mellors
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Drapery still using the only remaining “flying fox” cash transaction device. Their citrus is celebrated at the Gayndah Orange Festival held every odd-numbered year. Between Gayndah and Biggenden you can stop off at Coalston Lakes National Park with twin volcanic crater lakes or Mount Walsh National Park a hiker’s delight and Biggenden’s Chowey Bridge, the first long-span concrete arch bridge of its kind in Australia. Paradise Dam 35 kms from Biggenden is the perfect pit stop for freshwater fishing, exploring the Bicentennial National Trail, a BBQ or some leisurely R & R. Mundubbera produces one third of the state’s citrus and is midway between Brisbane and Rockhampton at the meeting of three rivers ( Burnett, Boyne and Auburn). Eidsvold – the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre honours this great Australian, displaying his skills and achievements, bringing his passion for bush lore to life.
At Ivory Palms you have over 130 rooms with choices from selfcontained one bedroom apartments, two bedroom villas, and two and three bedroom townhouses. Relax by one of the three pools or get active on the tennis court or jumping pillow. There are multiple barbeque areas, a games room, two spas and a sauna. Take a short stroll to the many cafes and restaurants located on Gympie Terrace. Hop onto the Noosa Ferry for a scenic cruise down the Noosa River to Noosa Heads, famed for its dining, shopping and beach.
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Southern Barrier Reef Islands
You don’t have to look too hard to find yourself a tropical island – this is Queensland after all. Apart from world famous Fraser and the 74 Whitsunday Islands, our Southern Great Barrier Reef has its own treasures. Lady Musgrave is a unique coral cay and lagoon. Sheltered crystal clear waters offer spectacular snorkelling and coral viewing – try your hand at scuba diving. Cruise to Lady Musgrave (they also do Whale Watching trips) is with the Lady Musgrave Experience which leaves from Bundaberg’s Port Marina – treat yourself to a memorable day on the southern-most tip of the reef. www. ladymusgraveexperience.com.au Heron Island - a Marine National Park Off the coast of Gladstone is a true coral cay framed by white sands, crystal clear waters and acres of coral with colourful marine life. At this World Heritage-Listed Marine National Park, all flora and fauna is protected, so the island is a nature
lover's paradise. Experience some of Australia's best dive spots - more than 20 dive sites are available, half of which are only 15 minutes from the beach. Heron Island is an unexpected treasure. A National Park within a Marine National Park and a world famous haven for divers. www.heronisland.com Eco Resort tranquillity on our doorstep Lady Elliot Island is a smooth 25 minute flight from Bundaberg Airport for your day trip or stay longer in the variety of accommodation – reef units right on the beach, family suites and eco-cabins. With exceptionally clear water and healthy coral all year round you may encounter turtles, dolphins or a giant manta ray, but no marine stingers. Lady Elliot is the southern-most inhabited on the Reef and the 40 hectares can be walked around in less than an hour. www.ladyelliot.com.au
From Bundy to the Great Barrier Reef
Looking for the most easily accessible boat trip to the Southern Great Barrier Reef? Lady Musgrave Experiences offers the closest boat day trips on The Main Event to the reef departing from Bundaberg. The luxury catamaran takes up to 150 passengers for day trips to Lady Musgrave Island, while emphasising the importance of the reef’s conservation and preservation. Accessing the Great Barrier Reef has never been easier.
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Lady Musgrave from the air Queensland’s newest seaplane tour has taken off, giving day trippers the chance to experience the natural diversity of the Great Barrier Reef from above and below. On this day trip, you’ll fly over the islands of the stunning Southern Great Barrier Reef and splash down offshore from Lady Musgrave. Then, you’ll have time to don a snorkel, swim with the turtles and explore the island’s natural lagoon and mega marine fauna in calm, protected waters. www.ladymusgraveexperience.com.au www.coastlinenews.com.au
Turn the radio on!
Bundaberg Broadcasters is home to Classic Hits 4BU, Hitz 939 & Kix Country.
Bundaberg’s “heritage” station, Classic Hits 4BU celebrated its 80th birthday last December, and is still bringing the latest local news and information, best 60s to 90s music with presenters who are “household names”.
Thanks Bundy Trevor Leutton.
Luke Cross from Kix Country.
Trevor Leutton is on air for breakfast followed by Billy Healy making us smile with positive local stories about great people in Wide Bay Today. Paul Egan has the afternoon programme plus Saturday Sports Show. From 4pm enjoy 20 20 Retro then 70s at Sunset. You can then have your say with Steve Price talkback show at night. Hitz 939 has the best music from the 80’s to now, top local presenters Bryce and Trace, Simone and Kenny and national stars Fitzy and Wippa and Kyle and Jackie O, Simone’s Weekday Workday and Kenny in the Backseat.
Bryce & Trace.
Kix Country comes out of Bundaberg studios and is broadcast around Australia including digital services in Perth and Darwin. Justin Thomson, Luke Cross and Andrea Waycott present country music’s best 24/7.
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