Itinerary: 48 Hours of Adventure in the North Burnett - Bundaberg Region
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Itinerary: 48 Hours of Adventure in the North Burnett

Day One

Check-in

Looking to set up camp, get back to basics and enjoy nature? Well grab your National Parks camping permit and pick your park of choice. From the sandstone wilderness of Cania Gorge to the incredible views at Mt Walsh, there is a national park for everyone.

Try: Roll out your swag under the stars at Griffiths Creek camping spot in Kroombit Tops National Park or, if camping isn't your thing, you can book into several cabins and motels throughout the region.

Hikes Worth Doing

The North Burnett is not lacking in natural beauty with a plethora of national parks just waiting to be explored.

Try: Take the scenic hike to the peak of Mt Walsh National Park with sweeping views of the North Burnett and cool down in the Utopia Rock Pools.

 

Discover Australian History

Learn the story behind local legend RM Williams at the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre. Explore an ever-changing array of artistic displays and artefact. Watch leather work demonstrations and be inspired by the bush poetry of passionate local poets.

Try: Stay the night and experience "son et illuminere" - an incredible free illunimating light show projected onto a locally inspired steel sculpture, sharing RM Williams story, bush poetry and stories from Australia's rich outback past.

 

Day Two

Catch A Barra to WIN

Are you a keen angler or a budding beginner? The Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Competition is on from 1 November 2018 – 31 January 2019! Try your hand at catching the golden barra and winning yourself $15,000. There are over $30,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, all you have to do is wet your line and start fishing!

Try: The best bait for barramundi is live mullet so make sure you stock up beforehand.

 

Kalpowar Festival of Small Halls

On this November 17th, the Festival Of Small Halls is a touring series with performances from musicians from two of Australia's largest festivals, celebrating the best folk and contemporary acoustic artists. Come enjoy live music at the Kalpowar Hall including kid's entertainment, markets and more. Learn more here:

Try: Bring some nibbles, your best company and a chair or picnic rug to laze the day away.

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