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Bundaberg Region Blog

Get the inside scoop on what the Bundaberg region has to offer

From farm gate to plate: Meet the characters responsible for your dinner

From farm gate to plate: Meet the characters responsible for your dinner

With its rich, volcanic red soil and perfect ratio of sunshine and rain, the Bundaberg and North Burnett regions has been farmed for generations, with established farming families joined by more recent additions – with more than a few characters mixed in!

Let's take a moment to chat with a few of the locals who work hard every day to keep food on tables across the country.

Feeding the nation: The delicious Bundaberg Bowl

Feeding the nation: The delicious Bundaberg Bowl

Bundaberg North Burnett is one of the largest fresh produce rich regions in Queensland. It's for that reason that the area is sometimes referred to as Australia's tastiest food bowl - or as us locals call it the 'Bundaberg Bowl', growing and producing fresh food that is served on tables right across the county and internationally.

Naked Italian with a Bundaberg twist by Amanda Hinds of Indulge

Naked Italian with a Bundaberg twist by Amanda Hinds of Indulge

Delicious recipe provided by one of our local food gurus

Where our food comes from

Where our food comes from

The iconic rich red soil and near perfect year-round conditions make the Bundaberg and North Burnett region the ideal place for a food lover’s paradise. Taste food next to where it has been grown just hours after it has been picked or caught and let the flavours dance in your mouth to a symphony of freshness – that’s the Bundaberg North Burnett Food experience!