Bundaberg is a vibrant modern city at the heart of a region taking in coastal and country towns that are home to some 95,000 people. Established in 1867, 'Bundy' as the locals affectionately know the city, is a great place to invest, offering a range of things to see and do. Meeting our famous turtles, exploring the Southern Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's most special places just a stone's throw off our shores, and sampling our regional cuisine, which stars locally grown fruit and vegetables and freshly caught seafood, are high on most wish lists. The great news is you'll find much more to delight and inspire in Bundaberg!

You will find a vibrant and creative city centre - be sure to take in an exhibition at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, a movie or show at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre and sample the thriving restaurant and cafe scene. 

Finding quiet natural places close to the city is part of the charm of Bundaberg.  You will see many species of birds and wildlife on the walking trails and boardwalks that meander through the tea trees, vine scrub and Eucalypt forests of Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park.  The wter lilly-festooned lagoons where the city's favourite son, pioneer aviator - Bert Hinkler studied ibis in flight, are the centrepieces of the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens.  The gardens also feature shaded picnic areas, themed Chinese and Japanese gardens, boardwalks and playground.