Bundy, as it’s affectionately known, is a thriving regional centre roughly 360 km north of Brisbane. The region is home to some 100,000 people. The traditional owners of the land are the Taribelang Bunda and Gurang Gurang People.

The Bundaberg region is famous for its natural attractions – turtles, whales, manta rays, beaches, rivers, gorges and the Great Barrier Reef, which starts here. Bundy is perhaps best known for its breweries and distilleries, and the sugarcane and fresh produce that inspired them. 

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