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10 Local Spots for a Beautiful Instagram Feed

10 Local Spots for a Beautiful Instagram Feed

Come explore our beautiful region, take stunning images for your Instagram and remember to #visitbundaberg for your chance to be featured on our Instagram and Facebook channels. 

A Whale Of A Time In Bundaberg

A Whale Of A Time In Bundaberg

Still trying to escape the cold? Drive on up to sunny Bundaberg, the gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef, just 4 hours North of Brisbane. August is the perfect time to come see the curious Whales so pack up the motorhome and hit the road!

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Café Culture

Café Culture

FROM the region which delivers world-renowned sugar from our superior sugar cane, it's little surprise we also make a mean coffee to go with that sugar. Here's our 6 top picks for your next espresso hit.

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Growing Gold

Growing Gold

A fixture in the Bundaberg culinary community, never far from a degustation, always eager to share his expertise and passionately waving the 'eat local' flag, Anthony Rehbein, recognisable as the face of Winterfeast 2018, runs Bunda Ginga and One Little Farm with his with wife Kate in the coastal regions of Bundaberg. Their amazing family-grown produce is stocked by all the best of Bundaberg's stores and cafes. The Rehbein's hand harvest, hand pack and hand deliver ginger, turmeric, eggplant, tomatoes, cucumbers, melons and micro herbs to the café and market doors daily ensuring optimum freshness, premium quality and the charming touch that can only be given by a Bundaberg farmer.

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A Family Affair

A Family Affair

Building a legacy takes much more than just hard work and grit, it takes team, it takes a family. Today Macadamias Australia is a grower and worldwide exporter of macadamias, sourced from their expansive orchard comprising 2500 acres. In 1958 Ron and Marion Steinhardt saw an opportunity and purchased their first farm, an unworked piece of bushland. Early days saw the growing of a variety of crops from peanut and corn to tobacco and sugar cane, and later to tomatoes and zucchinis before eventually finding their footing in macadamias. Nowadays the farm sits under the watchful eye of their children, Janelle, Trevor, Kevin and their partners to carry on the legacy.

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