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Growing Eleven Acres

Growing Eleven Acres

Unlike any venue you'll find in the cities, Eleven Acres is known for its peaceful gardens, quiet ambience and expansive spaces servicing dream weddings and intimate functions. The inspiring surrounds and ambience that Eleven Acres offers can be attributed to their dedicated and passionate landscaper, Bruce, and their creative food the works of experienced head chef, Ben.

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Showcasing Local Growers

Showcasing Local Growers

Growing the best produce is what our local farmers are known for and showcasing this produce is what our restaurants do best. Kelly's Beach Resort's (KBR) Licensed Restaurant has been operating for over 15 years priding themselves in giving their guests a meal to remember and ensuring everyone feels welcome and comfortable. This Winterfeast  the family run restaurant and bar releases it's new 'eat local' menu showcasing an abundance of fresh, incredible produce, including Dave Galati's beans, at an intimate three-course dinner.

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The Little Brewery That Could

The Little Brewery That Could

The Bargara Brewing Company is the passion project of Jack and Jacinta Millbank, and their innovation, passion and hard work are paying dividends. An hour spent with Jack, an unassuming Zimbabwean-born agronomist and BBC CEO, leaves you in no doubt as to why the microbrewery is gaining traction with such speed.

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A Collaboration of Flavours

A Collaboration of Flavours

Here in the Bundaberg Region, we grow flavours from A to Z!

Two of the most intense flavours you'll find while touring our delicious region is the hard-hitting chilli and zesty lime and we've been celebrating the combination of these local favourites for years now thanks to the Chilli & Lime Fiesta @ Riverfeast, beginning in 2017. 

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Taking a Chance on Chai

Taking a Chance on Chai

Picture a young aspiring journalist sipping chai outside a quirky café in a Melbourne laneway, dreaming of sunny skies and rain-free days. Image the moment her sun-soaked prayers were answered when a job opportunity in the sunny Bundaberg region became available. She was ready, ready to take a chance. Now, some 25 years later, the young journalist has transformed her career and life from damp days and story deadlines, to yoga classes and chai making in the warm Queensland sun.

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