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Bundaberg to feature on The Great Australian Doorstep

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Bundaberg is set to feature on the Great Australian Doorstep in February.

The Bundaberg Region is set to take centre stage in February on 7TWO’s travel TV show The Great Australian Doorstep.

Hosted by former AFL player Peter ‘Spida’ Everitt and his wife Sheree, The Great Australian Doorstep showcases amazing destinations in our very own backyard.

The episode kicks off on the Fraser Coast, visiting Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort before discovering the best of Bundaberg.

This is the second time the duo has travelled to the region to film and Sheree said they were excited to visit again.

“We just love the country atmosphere of this big country town,” Sheree said.

“The locals, the produce and the entertainment are the highlights for us,”

“From 4WD in the national parks, to chilling by the pool or stepping it up a notch at Kalki Moon for the afternoon!”

Exploring all the things to see and do in the smaller towns of Australia, Spida and Sheree show the nation how lucky we are to have a variety of amazing destinations at our doorstep.

“The locals are just so hospitable, so genuine and welcoming. They know you may have had a long drive that day and are only too happy to accommodate,” Sheree said.

“Especially in Bundy where they bend over backwards to ensure their guests needs are paramount.”

COVID-19 restrictions may have changed their 2020 travel plans, but Sheree said it’s been nice to see Aussies out enjoying their own backyard and not heading overseas.

“COVID has definitely changed travel unfortunately, but some aspects are welcomed,” she said.

“We have experienced much more patient and understanding travellers this summer.”

The Great Australian Doorstep episode is set to air on 13 February 2021 on 7TWO and will also stream on 7Plus.

Spida Everitt was an AFL star with St Kilda, Hawthorn and Sydney.



  1. At last !! The gateway to the Barrier Reef will be seen as a tourism attraction ,great for Bundy and Lady Musgrove

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