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Got you covered: Picture Bundaberg

1930 Bundaberg
The busy main street of Bundaberg around 1930. Picture: State Library of Queensland.

Picture Bundaberg is a Bundaberg Regional Council project that collects, scans, digitises, and preserves the visual history of the region for current and future generations.

You can use the database to search for images via the Bundaberg Regional Libraries catalogue by typing in keywords.

You can contact the Picture Bundaberg team at or call the library on 4130 4140 with any questions.

All images are copyrighted and are not to be duplicated, manipulated or modified, or used for any other purpose without obtaining the permission of the copyright holder.

More information is available here.

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  1. Jann,
    quite correct about the physical history. a library I know of has a brilliant collection of old government documents. this however would never be permitted by the present establishment.
    was there a Japanese presence in Bundaberg before 1900. yes there was. it is in papers and in a police letter and i hazard a guess in the Bundaberg court books.

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