4WD on Fraser Island
4WD on Fraser Island and get up close to the many shipwrecks such as the S.S. Maheno, beached near The Pinnacles.
Bundaberg Rum Distillery
Visit the iconic Bundaberg Rum Distillery where you embark on the Museum Experience, Distillery Experience or try the Blend Your Own Rum Experience.
Bustard Head Lightstation
Finish off your day in 1770, with a breathtaking sunset at the Bustard Head Lightstation.
Double Island Point
Double Island Point, hidden away in the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park is a one stop shop for 4WD, jetskiing, boating, camping and swimming. Don't forget to explore the Double Island Point lighthouse walk for great views or the Double Island Point walk, a full day hike from Rainbow Beach.
Just 25 minutes from Bundaberg, Elliot Heads has something for everyone - a patrolled surf beach, rock pools, bike paths, accommodation, shopping and recreational facilities.
Feed the dolphins at Tin Can Bay
Hand-feed wild dolphins plus learn all about them, their habitat and how to protect them.
Gayndah Orange Festival
Gayndah is famous for its biennial Orange Festival which is a celebration of the abundant citrus produce which comes from the region, as well as the Gayndah Art Gallery and Gayndah Museum with its extensive display dedicated to the Queensland Lungfish.
Great Walk Cooloola trail
Create your own rainbow and walk the Great Walk Cooloola trail where you will see all the colours of nature.
Lady Musgrave Island
A stone’s throw from the Bundaberg coastline, Lady Musgrave Island is teeming with bird life above the water, and giant marine life below the water. Swim with the turtles, dive alongside the manta rays, dance with the dolphins and witness the whales play.
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Beautiful crystal clear waters and white sand make for an amazing view.
LARC Tour in 1770
Explore the beautiful secluded beaches in the Southern Great Barrier Reef Region and visit remote National Parks on a LARC Tour in 1770. Make your way up the coastline of Bustard Bay while your guide shares their extensive knowledge of fascinating historical facts and enhance their passenger's awareness of the abundant local wildlife.
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Story Bank - home of Pamela Lyndon Travers, writer of Mary Poppins
Take a drive to Maryborough where you will find Story Bank the home of Pamela Lyndon Travers, the writer of Mary Poppins. Story Bank is located down Cherry Tree Lane where the magic happens. Look around the town and you will notice things like the Mary Poppins traffic lights that have Mary Poppins with red and green umbrellas.