Bundaberg Visitor Information Centre

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Bundaberg Visitor Information is found on the eastern side of town, next to one of the popular attractions and brown sign destination, Bundaberg Rum Distillery.

It has moved from its earlier location closer to the centre of town near the Bundaberg Hospital. If you are looking for places to see around Bundaberg, the new location brings you close to a number of brown sign destinations (and other non-brown sign ones too :).

Address: 36 Avenue Street, Bundaberg QLD 4670

Website: https://www.bundabergregion.org/visitor-information-centres

Phone: 1300 722 099, 07 4153 8888

Email: info@bundabergregion.org

Nearby Brown Signs

Barolin Homestead Historic Site – Barolin Homestead was originally built by Nugent Wade Brown in the 1875. Subdivided by the Innes family, starting the town Innes Park.

Barolin Point Dive Site – Barolin Point Dive Site is a rocky outcrop along the coast at Coral Cove, a popular shore based diving site

Bundaberg Railway Museum – The Bundaberg Railway Museum is the original train station for Bundaberg, with a collection of railway memorabilia and a variety of carriages

Bundaberg Rum Distillery – The Bundaberg Rum Distillery is a Queensland icon, the distillery was established in 1888 making use of the molasses waste from the sugar industry

Fairymead House – Fairymead House is an old plantation house built in the late 1800s, now showcases the history of the sugar industry, and the pioneering families

Hinkler Hall of Aviation

Hinkler House

Historical Burnett Heads Lighthouse – The Historical Burnett Heads Lighthouse is the original lighthouse at Burnett Heads from 1873

Lavender Farm – Amandine Lavender is a small family owned and operated lavender farm near Bargara. A gift shop has many lavender gifts, including locally made

Mon Repos Beach Turtle Rookery – Mon Repos Regional Park is on the coast between Bargara and Burnett Heads, with the Mon Repos Turtle Centre, and Mon Repos Turtle Encounters

Mystery Craters – The Mystery Craters is an unusual natural rock formation between Bundaberg and Gin Gin, the mixture of ochre and sandstone has baffled geologists over the world

Ohana Cider

Sharon Gorge Nature Park – Sharon Gorge Nature Park is a rest stop and nature park between Bundaberg and Gin Gin, with a walk from the rest area to the Burnett River along a creek

The Hummock – The Hummock is a hill with a lookout in an otherwise very flat Bundaberg and surrounds, the weathered remains of a small basaltic volcano

Nearby Big Things

The Big Barrel – The Big Barrel is home to one of Bundaberg’s famous drinks, Bundaberg Ginger Beer and numerous other brewed soft drinks, containing a self guided tour

To get there

The Bundaberg Visitor Information Centre is outside of the main part of town. Head east on Bourbong St crossing the Kennedy Bridge. From the bridge, continue for 1km on Bourbong St, becoming Scotland St. Turn left at the lights into Process St, then after 750m turn left into Whittred St with a brown sign for Bundaberg Rum Distillery. After 200m, turn right into Alexandra St. Follow for another 100m and turn left into Avenue St. The Bundaberg Visitor Information Centre is 250m ahead with the parking area on the left at the end of the street.

Cost:Free

Hours:Mon-Sun 9am-4.30pm, Public Holidays 9am-2pm, Christmas Day Closed, ANZAC Day Closed, Good Friday Closed


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