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ECO Destination Certification

The Bundaberg Region Destination Tourism Strategy outlines the foundational pillars of the tourism industry for the region, highlighting an ethos of Green and Meaningful, with sustainability at the forefront of the visitor experience, promoting a strong community sense of responsibility for the land, for the turtle population and for the Great Barrier Reef.

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Bundaberg Today: Turtle Conservation 

The countdown for the Mon Repos Nightly Turtle Encounters is officially on with the season to begin next Friday evening.


Linking environmental science and the tourism industry 

To further develop destination marketing strategies, a PhD Candidate from James Cook University, Karmen Lužar, is investigating how the tourism industry and universities may work together to add new dimensions to the tourism experience. 

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Bundaberg Today: Bundaberg On Show 

With COVID-19 restrictions easing in Queensland and more visitors returning to our beautiful region, our tourism industry and passionate operators have been in the spotlight right across the nation. 


From the CEO

Next Monday 12th kicks off the ticket sales for the Mon Repos Turtle Encounter tours and the beginning of our Summer Season marketing activity. This year has truly shown the strength and resilience of our tourism industry, and it is wonderful to see visitors and locals buzzing with the excitement of our magical turtles and natural environments that we have right here in our backyard. 

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Bundaberg Today: Virtual Reality 

To inspire visitors to extend their length of stay in the region, we have recently installed a new Virtual Reality experience in our Bundaberg Visitor Information Centre.

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Bundaberg Today: Mon Repos and Our Turtles 

Every year from November to March, the shores of Mon Repos comes alive as mother turtles haul themselves up the beach to nest and hatchlings begin the first steps of their journey as they make their mad dash to the sea.

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Bundaberg Today: September School Holidays 

This week marks the beginning of the September school holidays. After an unprecedented year, we are thrilled to see visitors returning to the region to spend time with their families and experience the beauty of our region.

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Bundaberg Today: Our visitors 

Only a half a day’s drive north of the south-east, our region can cheekily say that you can leave after the mornings peak hour and be in Bundaberg in time for a lazy afternoon’s lunch of fish and chips at the beach.

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