Kid-approved activities for the Easter long weekend - Bundaberg Region
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Kid-approved activities for the Easter long weekend

1. Spend a day on the Southern Great Barrier Reef

Visit Lady Musgrave Island or Lady Elliot Island to snorkel with the incredible marine wildlife of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. You'll see turtles, manta rays, colourful coral and so much more!


2. Taste-test homemade ice cream

Visit Tinaberries to taste delicious fruit ice cream. With strawberry, lychee, mango and passionfruit, you'll just have trouble deciding what flavour to pick.


3. Try out a flight simulator

Imagine you are the world-famous pilot, Bert Hinkler, and take the journey he did many decades ago at the Hinkler Hall of Aviation.


4. Find a new, favourite brew

Take a tour through the Bundaberg Brewed Drinks Barrel to learn about your fizzy favourites. See how the brews are bottled and packed, taste-test from 14 flavours and pick 6 to bring home to remember your trip!


5. Get up close to a wild animal

Have an animal encounter at Snakes Downunder Reptile Park & Zoo. Who wouldn't want to hang out with a cheeky meerkat!


6. Show off your skills in the ocean

Learn to surf and SUP with Enviro Reef Paddle & Surf School at one of our beautiful beaches. We have so many to pick from like Kelly's Beach and Elliott Heads, you'll be a pro in no time!


7. Day trip to Woodgate

Throw in your togs and check out Woodgate Beach. If you're there on Easter Monday, 13th April, take a stroll through the Easter Fair and pick up some goodies, or try your hand a barefoot bowls with the family on Easter Sunday at Woodgate Beach Bowls Club.


8. Break out of an escape room

Find clues and solve puzzles in the escape rooms at Bundy Bowl & Leisure Complex. While you're there, play a game of tenpin, laser tag and mini golf.


9. See the coast

Take a relaxing walk along the Bargara Esplanade and enjoy the ocean views. On the way, grab a drink and stop by the Turtle Park and Playground. You can even bring your bike and cycle the turtle trail all the way to Burnett Heads.


10. Sample locally caught seafood

Admire the beautiful Burnett River while eating fresh seafood at Grunkse's by the River Seafood Market and Restaurant.


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