Cose da vedere e da fare

“Bundy” come la chiamano i residenti, è una di quelle regioni dove ci si può davvero fermare e rilassare. Quindi, concedetevi un po' più di tempo per esplorare tutto ciò che offre.

  • Habitat della più grande colonia di tartarughe del Pacifico meridionale, la spiaggia di Mon Repos è il luogo in cui potrete assistere allo svolgersi del ciclo vitale delle tartarughe da novembre a marzo.
  • Fate amicizia con le tartarughe e le mante giganti stanziali a pochi passi dalla spiaggia incontaminata di Lady Elliot Island e scattate quel selfie con le tartarughe che avete sempre desiderato!
  • Scambiate le pinne con gli scarponi da trekking ed esplorate le meraviglie costiere, i laghi, le gole e i paesaggi rurali della regione, ascoltando le storie dei pittoreschi abitanti del posto.
  • Una visita a Bundy non è completa senza provare i tipici prodotti locali, compreso il rum di Bundaberg e la birra allo zenzero, per non parlare delle cantine, del pesce e dei frutti di mare freschi e del gelato casalingo alla noce di macadamia più cremoso che esista.

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Mon Repos Turtle Centre, Mon Repos Conservation Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
From AU$27.00 - 65.00
Please Note: The Turtle Centre is Closed until further notice. This closure is due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Check park alerts for current advice on park closures. No visit to Mon Repos is complete without a stop at the turtle centre.

Avondale

Avondale, Bundaberg Area
If you have ventured the "back way" along Rosedale Road to Agnes Water and 1770 then Avondale makes a great stop off for lunch or even a quick overnight stay in the bushy and scrub surrounds. Avondale Hotel hosts great entertainment, meals and offers motel accommodation and free overnight camping.

Gayndah

Gayndah, North Burnett Area
Gayndah lays claim to being one of the oldest towns in Australia, founded in 1849 maintaining its old fashioned charm today. Several buildings have been heritage listed including Mellors Drapery (one of the few buildings in Australia which still uses a flying fox to deal with transactions), old section of the State School, Gayndah Soldier's Memorial
Hall (Town Hall and Council Chambers), Racecourse and several rail bridges.

Mundubbera

Mundubbera, North Burnett Area
Located on Australia's Country Way (A3) Mundubberra (Aboriginal for meeting place of the waters or footsteps in the trees) is famous for being one of the largest producing areas of table grapes in Queensland and is famous for many other Burnett Regional Flavours such as citrus, mangoes, peaches, lychees, nectarines, watermelons and rockmelons.

Branyan

Branyan, Bundaberg Area
Branyan is a rural/residential district on the Bundaberg-Childers Road, seven kilometres south-west of central Bundaberg. It is also on the Burnett River, and has flat to undulating landscape. Branyan is well renowned by locals and visitors alike for it's Sandy Hook recreational precinct where the Australian Grand Prix speedboats converge annually in November and where locals and visitors alike participate in a variety of watersports on the river.

The Blowhole

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
Lady Elliot Island has many wonderful dive sites, but the most dramatic dive site off this coral cay would have to be The Blowhole. Located off the eastern side of the island, this spectacular L-shaped cave opens on the reef top and exits on the reef wall.

Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park

Bundaberg East, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Known as Bundaberg's own "Kakadu", Baldwin Swamp is home to many species of birdlife and wildlife. Meander through the trails and take in the smells of the Eucalypt trees whilst enjoying the peace and quiet Baldwin Swamp offers.

Spiders Ledge

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
Spiders Ledge is a good place to see sharks at Lady Elliot Island. The reef at this site slopes from 8 metres to 25 metres and is cut by a series of gutters and ledges. Pretty corals and abundant reef fish are found at the site, as are turtles and schools of pelagic fish.

Maori Wrasse Bommie Dive Site

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Maori Wrasse Bommie off Lady Elliot Island is named after the family of Maori wrasse that call the area home. The site is located 14 to 18 metres beneath the surface and is ideal for intermediate divers looking to explore – reef sharks can often be spotted patrolling the reef wall and arches near the bommie, and just north of the wall is Spiders Ledge, named for the number of shells that decorate the outcrop.

Musgrave Dropoff

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
On the southern side of Lady Musgrave Island the reef edge drops from 10 metres to 25 metres and forms an amazing wall of coral. Often simply called Musgrave Dropoff, this extensive wall is rarely dived, but you can jump in anywhere along its length and have a great dive.
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