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Bundaberg Attractions

Diving at Bundaberg's Woongarra Marine Park.

Woongarra Marine Park Diving Bundaberg
For sure, the best shore for diving in Queensland is in Bundaberg's Woongarra Marine Park. It has various soft and hard corals, urchins, rays, sea snakes, sixty fish species, and additionally a World War II Beaufort bomber wreck. There are several scuba operators here that will provide you with all the equipment. Also day and night few days southern Great Barrier Reef dive cruise are available.
The two so called "ladies of the reef" - Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands are easily reachable from Bundaberg. Lady Musgrave is also reachable from the Town of 1770.
Lady Elliot is the only coral island on the reef with an airstrip, which is just half an hour scenic flight.
Parks and Gardens

Baldwin Swamp
Bundaberg includes over five hundred hectares of parkland. Alexandra Park with its Victorian era band rotunda (1910) has added attraction of a free zoo, which is a great place to entertain the kids. Bundaberg is boasts magnificent subtropical gardens and celebrates Bundy in Bloom in the early September.
Located in East Bundaberg, the Baldwin Swamp environmental park is home to various species of birds and wildlife. Walking tracks and boardwalks enable guests to visit the paper barked tea tree forest, vine scrub and eucalypt forest.
The Bundaberg Botanical Garden is situated in the Northern part of Bundaberg. The centerpieces of the gardens are the lagoons where the young Bert Hinkler studied ibis in flight. They are now filled with water lilies and can be crossed on a boardwalk. The gardens have a great combination of various native and exotic plants.

Bundaberg Beaches

Bundaberg is about fifteen kilometers from the coast, spread out along the coast is a succession of beaches where guests of the town and locals go to relax and unwind. Some of the most popular beaches include The Hummock, Bargara, Kelly's Beach, The Basin, Riverview, Elliott Heads, Innes Park and Moore Park Beach.

Railway Museum Bundaberg

Railway Museum Bundaberg
Bundaberg's first railway station, built in 1881 an outlet for the Mt Perry, once bringing copper from the mines, was now preserved as a railway museum, which is situated about 500 meters from its original site. The museum keeps a wide diversity of railway items, both past and present. Items kept in the Railway museum feature Photos, uniforms and catering items from dining rooms to Tilt Train; also books, including office records, engine driver's manuals, timetables and rule books.

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