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Weekender: plans for two new indoor sport centres

In this edition of the Bundaberg Now Weekender two local businesses reveal their plans to bring new indoor sport and recreation experiences to Bundaberg Region residents.

You can also read about the fig tree lighting which will illuminate three historic trees from tonight.

Local builders Stroud Homes analyse building figures, revealing our region is outcompeting its fellow franchises Australia-wide.

If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at bird watching don’t miss Nev’s top tips about one of the best locations in the region to spot some feathered friends and get more info about a free bird walk event.

Weekender is an attractive digital magazine with curated stories from the Bundaberg Now website and notices from Bundaberg Regional Council.

All the stories are free to read.

Bundaberg Now Weekender can be viewed on a desktop, tablet or mobile phone. It can also be downloaded and and read as a PDF file.

Weekender can be easily printed if you want to feel the touch of paper.


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