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Loving local: How Bargara’s iconic Windmill Cafe offers a true taste of Bundaberg

Loving local: How Bargara’s iconic Windmill Cafe offers a true taste of Bundaberg

Guest Blogger Bio Template Jen Richards

Joey Caruana’s heart-felt passion for Bundaberg flavours drives the delicious menu at The Windmill Cafe Bargara and keeps the whole business thinking local.

Showcasing sustainability: The Macadamias Australia Visitor Experience

Showcasing sustainability: The Macadamias Australia Visitor Experience

Guest Blogger Bio Template Jen Richards

Macadamias Australia embed sustainability into every aspect of business. They’ve even used nuts as a renewable energy source for their new visitor centre!

Animal rescue and family fun: How Splitters Farm combines them both

Animal rescue and family fun: How Splitters Farm combines them both

Guest Blogger Bio Template Jen Richards

This relaxed camping, glamping and caravanning property, located just 10 minutes from Bundaberg, is perfect for families and animal-lovers looking to unwind.

Brewhouse Ballistic Bargara tempts with local boutique brews

Brewhouse Ballistic Bargara tempts with local boutique brews

Guest Blogger Bio Jess Marsellos

As you enter the brewhouse mismatched couches and chairs, old electrical wooden spindles for tables and a selection of bar games to keep you entertained greet you. It's laid back, let’s settle in for the long haul type atmosphere, means you will have loads of time to try the huge selection of craft brews on tap. 

More than just rum, it’s an experience for all the senses

More than just rum, it’s an experience for all the senses

Guest Blogger Bio Jess Marsellos

Upon arriving at Australia’s largest craft distillery the scent of cane country wafts in the air. Sweet molasses, the hustle and bustle of a working sugar mill and maybe even the sound of a cane train arriving with a freshly cut batch of sugarcane in tow. Bundaberg Rum is in the beating heart of Bundaberg sugar cane country and the two go hand in hand with the fresh molasses (a by-product of cane production) carted over to the distillery to be made into this special rum that is proud to call Bundaberg home.