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5 Ways Bundy Does Brunch Best

Come discover what makes Bundaberg the best spot for your next brunch date...

1. The Best Produce Makes the Best Brunch

Spoiled by a region that grows, nurtures and produces everything you could imagine, cafes and restaurants are spoilt for choice when it comes to adorning their menus with fresh, locally-grown produce and reef-to-river catches. The year-round availability of a variety of delicious fruits and vegetables makes for an interesting and ever-changing foodie scene with chefs not afraid to experiment.

Try: The Windmill Café Bargara's 'Breakfast Bowl' with locally-grown baby tomatoes, homemade macadamia pesto using local macadamia's, served on sourdough. Why not add Barritt's Butchery's award-winning bacon as well? As the largest growing region of the nations native macadamia nut, stop into The Orchard Table at Macadamias Australia Visitor Experience and try their range of delicious macadamias and locally sourced menu. From macadamia rolls to sweet potatoe wedges, there's something for everyone to try.


2. Tantalising Locations 

From the décor, to the accommodating chefs, to the location, to the friendly staff, you'll always feel at home in a café in Bundaberg. Enjoy peaceful family-friendly garden settings metres from the beach, an intimate indulgent dining experience, and a chat with the hospitable locals who run and work at the cafes.

Try: Start your morning admiring Bargara's pristine coastline at The Beach Mill and have a chat with the friendly staff and locals that frequent this slice of paradise. Or, enjoy a delicious seafood brunch at Grunske's by the River Seafood Restaurant and Market and soak up relaxing views of the Burnett River.


3. Plates piled high with portion sizes fit for a foodie King or Queen!

From massive serving sizes showcasing the regions tastiest eats, to brunches that are one spoon of deliciousness away from being a dessert. Everyone knows brunch calories don't count so call up your significant other or your favourite girl friends and get your brunch on.

Try: Nothing says indulgent like a Water St Kitchen breakfast. Treat yourself to something sweet and go the French Toast complete with spiced brioche, poached pink lady apples, custard and milk crumb that will have your mouth-watering.


4. No Gluten, No Dairy, No Problem

Dietary requirements and restrictions are no longer as rare as they used to be, and we know you want to enjoy your holiday without having to worry about where your next meal will come from. Our cafes cater for a variety of dietary requirements with permanent gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian and vegan options scattered throughout menus, and local chefs happily adjusting dishes to suit their customers.

 Try: One Little Farm for a boutique cafe experience surrounded by fresh produce and a select range of homemade delights featured across their inclusive and seasonal cafe menu! From vegetarian frittatas, gluten free tarts and your classic favourites like smashed avo on a bed of sourdough and deliciously brewed coffee, there's something to be enjoyed for everyone.


5. Booze is a Must!

Try something a little different on your next holiday with a liquid brunch. Here in Bundy we only create award-winning, world class spirits and our artisan distillers and brewers are among the friendliest and most hospitable you'll ever meet.

Try: Visit Rick from Kalki Moon for a tour and tasting of their acclaimed award-winning premium gin and try their delicious Gin Gin Mule. Go behind the scenes at Bundaberg Rum, learn the secrets of the world's best rum and enjoy a tasting to round off your tour. Venture out to the Childers wineries for a progressive brunch and wine tasting session at Hill of Promise Winery and Vintner's Secrets Vineyard.

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