Visitors to the area have a wide range of enjoyable Bundaberg attractions to choose from. You can fish from the shore or take advantage of the cruises on offer. You might also like to take advantage of the many tours operating out of Bundaberg. You don’t even have to spend any money there are also many free things to do in Bundaberg.
Bundaberg Arts Centre – Originally opened in 1902 as The Bundaberg Customs House, the building is of red brick and plaster construction – Fischer’s Bricks made in Bundaberg from a clay quarry and brick works once in production on the site of Salter Oval.
Bundaberg Rum Distillery – The Bundaberg District is the only place in Australia where all facets of sugarcane production occur, from the growing and harvesting to the milling, refining, distilling and research. Tours to view the Rum Distillery process are available.
Turtle Hatching – For an undeniably awesome experience, come to Bundaberg Mon Repos Conservation Park, part of the Woongarra Marine Park, to witness the miracle of turtle egg-laying and hatching.
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