Bundaberg Region - Mon Repos Turtle Centre, Mon Repos Conservation Park
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Hours: Arrive 6:30pm for Shuttle Bus Transfers into Centre area & Tour Start time 7pm to midnight

Phone: 137468

Description

No visit to Mon Repos is complete without a stop at the turtle centre. Here you’ll learn heaps about marine turtles, and the conservation and research programs that are protecting them. You'll also find out how a colourful history and ancient connections have shaped the Mon Repos you see today.

Have a picnic at the shady tables before you head off to explore the rest of the park.

Every year, from November to March, join expert Park Rangers for a rare and wonderful experience with endangered marine turtles (bookings and fees apply). See nesting (November–January) or hatching (January–March) sea turtles. Gather around a majestic female as she lays her eggs, or watch young hatchlings dig free and hustle down the beach. No-one else is allowed on the beach at these times and the popular tours have limited places. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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Please note that Bundaberg Tourism reserves the right to charge a cancellation fee if you cancel for the evening you have booked. The booking fee of $3 paid by the customer is NON REFUNDABLE and is retained by the Booking Agent.

Please note if there is no turtle activity and you are not taken to the beach on the night that you have booked or if you decide to leave prior to your group going onto the beach there will be no refund offered.

All monies will be forfeited if you do not turn up on the night you are booked or you cancel your booking less than 24 hrs prior to the tour. Any amendments (change of tour date) to your booking must be made by 11:00am on the day of the tour.

In the event of storms when tours are cancelled for visitor safety you will be offered to rebook for another night if there is availability or receive a refund minus the $3 Booking Fee.

141 Mon Repos Road, Bundaberg, Queensland 4670 Australia