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Talkin’ ‘Bout the Next Generation

Talkin’ ‘Bout the Next Generation

From grandfather to father to son, farms have been passed through red-stained hands from generation to generation across the Bundaberg Region and Windhum Farms is no exception. As 4th generational Farmers, Linda and Darren Zunker, are happy their boys are more than eager to make it the 5th generation on the land.

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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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All Hands On Deck At Bundaberg Rum

All Hands On Deck At Bundaberg Rum

It's all hands on deck at Bundaberg Rum with every premium and award-winning liquid quality controlled by 34 passionate team members before reaching your lips. From Master Blenders, who are experts in developing complex flavour profiles, through to the skilled Bundaberg Rum Bar staff pouring you a drink at the end of your Bundaberg Rum Distillery Tour, crafting an award-winning rum and experience takes a healthy shot of teamwork and mateship.

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6 Mouth-Watering Events You Can Attend At Heartland Festival

6 Mouth-Watering Events You Can Attend At Heartland Festival

1. Sip, Savour & Sparkle @ Gayndah Art Gallery

Come be involved in the festivities of the Heartland Festival opening night Sip, Savour & Sparkle @ Gayndah Art Gallery. Combining delicious local produce filled teats with the Biannual Art Competition for an evening of visual wonder and mouth-watering goodness. Dress to the nines for this year's sparkle theme and enjoy a glass on bubbly on arrival and meander between the stunning art displays and the scrumptious grazing table.

Maria the Little Cellar Rat

Maria the Little Cellar Rat

Childers is a multicultural town, just ask city-born Mary Byrne who married into an Australian-Irish-Sicilian family with their roots firmly in the Childers community. With her own Irish and German background, Mary took her love for languages and teaching to the Isis District in 1973 being appointed as a German/English/French and Modern History teacher after completing a Bachelor of Arts and Diploma in Education at the University of Queensland the previous year. It was here she met and fell in love with Terry, a young local electrician with a strong Sicilian-Irish heritage who shared an interest in gardening, old Queenslanders and old furniture.

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