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Traveller - The ten best Australian beaches to see wildlife

Traveller - The ten best Australian beaches to see wildlife

David Whitley
Traveller

Australia's greedy collection of top drawer beaches is the envy of the world. In fact, Oz has so many magnificent stretches of sand that it can afford to give some over to animals. Around the country, there are beaches where it's often possible to spot magnificent marsupials and cute critters mooching around – and whether whale-watching from the dunes or hanging out in the breaking waves with roos, these are some of the top spots for beastly beach encounters.

Urban List - Pack Your Appetite, Here’s Everything You Need To Eat, Drink And Do In Bundaberg

Urban List - Pack Your Appetite, Here’s Everything You Need To Eat, Drink And Do In Bundaberg

Urban List

If we asked you to tell us what you know about Bundaberg, you’d undoubtedly say one thing: it’s where Bundaberg Rum comes from. And while this is most certainly true, and almost makes a visit to the coastal city worthwhile all on its own, that isn’t the only reason to make the drive north. Turns out, as well as being home to some spectacular beaches, Lady Elliot Island and the access point to a World Heritage-listed marine park, Bundaberg is a food and booze lovers haven, chock-a-block full of amazing places to eat, drink and then drink some more (this is rum country after, all).  

Escape - How Bundaberg became an unlikely foodie destination

Escape - How Bundaberg became an unlikely foodie destination

Tianna Templeman < br />Escape

Elegant ladies and gents sip martinis at the curved art-deco bar at Bert’s in Bundaberg as soft jazz drifts over the crowd and dapper bow-tied bartenders polish glasses and keep an eye on the door. Bundaberg’s newest restaurant and bar is named after one of its favourite sons, world-famous aviator Bert Hinkler, who probably wouldn’t recognise his home town these days.

50 Years of Turtle Research

50 Years of Turtle Research

This summer marks half a century of turtle research at Bundaberg's Mon Repos beach. We talk to the man who started it all, way back when, and who is still talking to the turtles, 50 years on.

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Brews News

Brews News

THINK Bundaberg is only about rum? Think again. Explore five divine brewing experiences, which will make you really think about your drink.

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