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Bundaberg Today: Upskilling Opportunities

This new year is a great time to upskill, especially when there are so many fully funded learning opportunities being delivered online as COVID support programs for Queenslanders.

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From the CEO

What a shock this morning to get the news of the Brisbane three (3) day lockdown.   

With Brisbane our biggest visitor market into the Bundaberg Region, the phones in the VIC have been running hot this morning with cancellations for Turtles and other tours around the region, as well as other regional locals taking advantage of the Brisbane cancellations wanting to snap up turtle tickets!   

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Bundaberg Today: Our Digital and Social Strategy 

Before visitors arrive in our region to snorkel alongside giant marine life, witness a miracle on our shores as turtles’ nest and their babies hatch, taste farm-fresh produce and sip award-winning drinks, they start dreaming and planning… and that is where we come in.

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Give It A Go In Bundaberg

Bundaberg Tourism has created a series of assets for the tourism and business community to use to encourage Australians to come work in our region. 

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Contact Tracing Methods 

As of 1:00am Wednesday 23 December, all businesses in the hospitality industry including pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes must be implementing digital record keeping of patron contact details with paper-based record keeping no longer accepted as per the the Restrictions on Businesses, Activities and Undertakings Direction.

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Bundaberg Today: Summer Holidays

With only one week until Christmas (how exciting!), it’s incredible to reflect on how far our local businesses and community have come since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and to see our tourism industry thriving once again.  

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Bundaberg Today: Bundaberg Region's 'DNA' 

With border restrictions easing across the nation, more and more people are looking to make up for lost time with their families and friends and to explore all the places they dreamed of while in lockdown. 

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Bundaberg Today: Public Art

With more and more colourful artworks, beautiful murals and intricate statues showcasing our vibrant culture popping up throughout the region, it’s a wonderful opportunity to talk about the wealth of benefits that public art brings to our community and tourism industry.

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Bundaberg Today: Positive Community Sentiment 

With the school holidays quickly approaching (4 weeks til Christmas!), we are beginning to see a flurry of activity on our digital channels of people from interstate exploring holidays in our backyard.  

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