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Where our food comes from

Where our food comes from

The iconic rich red soil and near perfect year-round conditions make the Bundaberg and North Burnett region the ideal place for a food lover’s paradise. Taste food next to where it has been grown just hours after it has been picked or caught and let the flavours dance in your mouth to a symphony of freshness – that’s the Bundaberg North Burnett Food experience!

Mon - Repos Turtle Beach

Mon - Repos Turtle Beach

Only a couple of kilometres north of Bargara, Mon Repos is famous as the largest and most accessible turtle rookery in mainland Australia. During the day, Mon Repos is popular for swimming and sailing; however, the turtle nests must be taken into account. No dogs are allowed on the beach and beach umbrellas should not be used above the high water mark as they may damage the eggs. 

Miracles on Mon Repos

Miracles on Mon Repos

In Bundaberg on the Southern Great Barrier Reef between November and March, there is a miracle that takes place nightly on the shores of Mon Repos beach - only 7 kilometres from Bundaberg.

Turtle-y awesome facts

Turtle-y awesome facts

Turtle Encounters

Turtle Encounters

A visit to the Southern Great Barrier Reef during the warmer months, November through to April, will see you witness the start of something great - the Southern Great Barrier Reef Turtle breeding season!  

Experience this wonderous event at either Mon Repos, Lady Musgrave Island or Lady Elliot Island. 

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