Bundaberg Tours & Activities
Only a 4 hour drive north from Brisbane and the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef the delightful Bundaberg North Burnett region extends from Bargara on the Coast, Buxton in the south, Baffle Creek in the north and Monto and Cania Gorge National Park in the west. With relaxed country vibe everyone is welcome!
learn to surf
Enviro Reefs Paddle & Surf School offers surfing and SUP (stand up paddle boarding) lessons around the Bundaberg Region. What better way to check out the beautiful beaches or Bargara & Elliot Heads than on a surf board! Keith and his team are all keen surfers and belong to the local surfing club in Bundaberg.
Everyone loves a Brewery tour, tasting paddle and a T-shirt of the Local beer! Check out the Brewhouse for Craft beer brewed on site, wine on tap, cider, pizza, coffee, nuts, meat & cheese platters, merchandise, brewery tours!
bundaberg food tours
Guided culinary journeys discovering raw food in abundance in the Bundaberg region. Discover the diversity of farms and meet people involved in food production ranging from sweet potatoes, dragon fruit, turmeric, limes and ginger, to strawberries, beans, macadamia nuts and tomatoes. Along with visits to flower farms, local quality award-winning butchers in the region, and seafood suppliers who source their catch locally from the pristine waters of the Southern Great Barrier Reef all the way up the coast of Queensland.
Saddle me up trail rides
What a way to spend an hour or two, sitting astride a lovely horses walking through native bushland, sometimes by a creek sometimes up a hill and sometimes down, just plodding along or if you are able enjoying a trot or two and if you are really experienced a nice canter.
bundy belle river cruise
Sit back & relax onboard our historic river ferry as we wind our way down the Burnett River from the city centre of Bundaberg, through the countryside & out to the Port Marina. Enjoy a day cruise with historic commentary, come onboard for an evening cruise to a special dining location, or party the night away to live entertainment…
Only a 5 minute drive from the Resort, Amandine Lavender Gift Shop and Farm is a great place to get up close with farming life and a farming family. Plus the shop has a huge selection of gifts and souvenirs of everything lavender!
Mammino Ice Cream
Mammino Gourmet Ice Cream, is home to multi award-winning 100% homemade ice-cream and delicious macadamia nut products. Located near the quaint Queensland country town of Childers, only 40 minute drive south from Bargara, the family business has become a notable tourist attraction. Everyday visitors from all over the world drop by to try our famous wares. On your way hear, on your way home a visit to Mammino Ice Cream is a must! Psst you have to try the Marvellous Macadamia Flavour!
snakes down under
Snakes Downunder Reptile Park & Zoo is a fun and affordable day out to be enjoyed by the whole family set just 500M off the Bruce Highway – south of Childers only a 40 minute drive from Bargara. Displaying over 45 species and sub-species of Australian reptiles, amphibians and marsupials with Reptile demonstrations and crocodile feeding.
off the wagon wine tour
A fully-escorted tour taking in three Childers vineyards and wineries. This fun relaxed day includes tastings, morning tea, tour of a unique local attraction, lunch, & local area commentary. Group pick-up from Bundaberg/Bargara/Hervey Bay/Maryborough available.
burrum coast national park
Burrum Coast National Park includes some of Australia’s most protected and secluded beaches, Woodgate & Kinkuna. The Kinkuna section features a narrow picturesque beach, low coastal dunes, tea-coloured waterways and flat sandy plains. Explore the Woodgate section on a wheelchair-accessible boardwalk across a melaleuca swamp or along walking tracks to viewing and fishing platforms, and a bird hide.
You can’t avoid Bass and Barra when it comes to Lake Monduran. You can do Barramundi charters, fish yourself for barra on the lake, eat barra, picnic with barra, barbecue with Barra and even be in a competition to catch the biggest Barra. If fishing isn’t really your game then you can kayak, canoe, swim and waterski too.
cania gorge national park
Towering cliffs, ancient caves and sheltered gorges are highlights of this park, which preserves Aboriginal freehand art and varied habitats for wildlife. Enjoy a picnic and find out about the park’s wildlife, vegetation and history beside pretty Three Moon Creek. Bushwalkers can choose from eight walks of varying length and difficulty. Watch for platypus in the creek and peregrine falcons soaring above cliffs.