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Weekender dives into Tobruk two years on

In this week’s edition of Weekender Tracy Olive shares her experience diving the Tobruk with Lady Musgrave Experience in the first Bundaberg Now dive report.

In Council news, learn about work set to start Monday to convert a Belle Eden drain into a waterway and find out how you can get two free trees.

Plus, take a trip back in time to when Queensland Governor Sir Anthony Musgrave visited The Hummock as, just this week, the state’s current Governor followed in his footsteps.

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