Prepare to be greeted with a series of sights and experiences that will take your breath away.
Nature is at its brilliant best in this region and a visit to Mon Repos Conservation Park is top of the list. It is home to a huge loggerhead turtle rookery, and each night from November to March you can be completely dazzled by the sight of these magnificent creatures.
Cania Gorge National Park is mind blowing. Plant your feet on a walking track and view sky-scraping sandstone cliffs, old caves, Aboriginal art, and abundant wildlife.
As the entry point to the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, Bundaberg, Coral Isles and Country region is an ideal launch pad to explore one of the original Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Join a tour to Lady Elliot or Lady Musgrave Island and unearth a wealth of colourful coral and tropical fish.
Bundaberg city has a strong allure and a tour of the iconic Bundaberg Rum Distillery is essential. However, the prized attraction is the Hinkler Hall of Aviation, which will fascinate. It is located in the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, which are worthy of a gaze themselves. Or wander through various museums or stroll around the marina.
The historical town of Gin Gin is another worthwhile stop: nearby Lake Monduran is a prime spot for fishing. Inviting coastal townships are dotted throughout the Bundaberg, Coral Isles and Country region.