Discover Bundaberg Bundaberg is the centre for Queensland's premier sugarcane growing district, and the Coral Coast and Discovery Coast communities. Its location on the northern edge of Hervey Bay makes it the southern stepping-off point to the Great Barrier Reef, and the departure point for Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands. Visitors are well catered for with excellent shopping, fine restaurants, a great range of accommodation and many attractions. Sunshine, Fraser & Coral Coasts Route Planner

Bundaberg township is 15km from the coast on the Burnett River and its deepwater port is the arrival point for large numbers of yachts. Other annual visitors to the region include the giant ocean turtles which nest at Mon Repos Beach and the magnificent humpback whales during their northern migration.

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Geographic Location

368km North of Brisbane

Population

10,000

Climate

Sub tropical

Summer
21 - 30°C

Winter
10 - 22°C

Rainfall
1140mm/year (wettest months December - March) 

Major Attractions

Mon Repos Conservation Park, watersports, swimming, Deepwater National Park, Eurimbula National Park.