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Riverfeast: The Future Of Alfresco Dining

Riverfeast: The Future Of Alfresco Dining

Head to Riverfeast this Winterfeast for a night of Chilli and Lime, brought to you by locals Greg and Karen who have create a successful small business which is going from strength to strength.

Grapes from my Grandparents

Grapes from my Grandparents

The story behind Mary and Terry's Hill of Promise Winery is much more than just the dream to make wine, but a reminder of a grandfather's legacy to his grandson.

Local Tips: Fisher's Paradise

Local Tips: Fisher's Paradise

You'll find a fisher's paradise upstream in the Kolan River, at the overflow of freshwater from Monduran Dam.  In the floods of the past few years, Barramundi washed over the dam wall and now inhabit the top freshwater sections of the river.  There are days when it is nothing to catch 6-8 Barra in a morning session.

North Burnett: Naturally Beautiful

North Burnett: Naturally Beautiful

The North Burnett is offers you a so many places to explore from the spectacular Cania Gorge, Mount Walsh and Auburn River National Parks to any one of the water recreation areas like Paradise Dam, Mingo Crossing, Lake Wuruma and Lake Cania.

Bundaberg North Burnett Visitor Guide 2016

Bundaberg North Burnett Visitor Guide 2016

Best known for its iconic rum and turtles, Bundaberg is one of the gems of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. The Bundaberg North Burnett region is bursting with flavour boasting locally produced drinks and home-grown food from its lush soil. Adventures here begins on the land and extends to the sea, the reef and beyond.

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