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Say G’day to fresh, local produce on the Goodwood Rd food trail

Say G’day to fresh, local produce on the Goodwood Rd food trail

Guest Blogger Bio Jess Marsellos

Day tripping to somewhere new is always lots of fun. Stopping by lesser known spots, local hideaways is the name of the game, and on the trip from Bundaberg to Childers via Goodwood Road you will find nearly all of the ingredients you need to craft something spectacular, while taking in some untouched beaches, art and military memorabilia.  This is one of our ultimate local food trails, take cash (small denominations like $1 and $2 coins) and meander for a half day turn around trip and discover something special.

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Meet Mellywonker and her chocolate coated life

Meet Mellywonker and her chocolate coated life

A second generation confectioner who took 38 years to realise her dream of owning her own chocolate shop, Melanice Jacobsen has never looked back. Affectionately nicknamed “Mellywonker” Cha Cha Chocolate truly does feel like walking into Willy Wonka’s whimsical and fantastical confectionery and chocolate factory. 

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9 Top Local Tipples to Wet Your Whistle

9 Top Local Tipples to Wet Your Whistle

The Bundaberg region has always been the home of rum even lovingly referred to as ‘rumcity’ but more than rum is created here. Handcrafted, small batch and here for the sampling are such wonders as local gin, liqueurs, cider, wine, soft drinks.  You can test out these top tipples, either at cellar doors, at cafes and restaurants, on a tour or in the comfort of your digs as take away. Shoot to the end for some snazzy cocktail recipes.

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Meet the Great 8: Mantas and Rays

Meet the Great 8: Mantas and Rays

Guest Blogger Bio Natalie Lobartolo

A Master Reef Guide True Story – This actually happens on the Southern Great Barrier Reef
The best places to spot manta rays are around Lady Elliot Island and Lady Musgrave Island

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Southern Great Barrier Reef Corals

Southern Great Barrier Reef Corals

Guest Blogger Bio Natalie Lobartolo

The Southern Great Barrier Reef is comprised of coral cays – underwater hills that were once completely submerged, until baby corals began to colonize the substrate, growing up and out towards the surface and sunlight. Corals form the most intricately stunning structures. They are the basis of all life on the reef.

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