100 years of sun, sand and surf life saving for local club

Bundaberg Surf Life Saving Club members have been the proud protectors of Nielson Park Beach visitors for 100 years.

Door opened on secret men's business

The local Freemasons have opened the doors to the Bundaberg Masonic Hall sharing some of the society's secrets, rituals and history.

Maryborough Street hub focuses on children's services

A building which once offered children’s services to the Bundaberg community in the 1920s has been renovated to provide a space for four businesses to continue their mission in supporting local families.

Luke the Spook haunts Grand Hotel

In today's podcast, hear how a poker game gone wrong is thought to have led to the demise of Luke the Spook, who famously haunts the Grand Hotel in Childers.

Photos bring back memories of Reids department store

Bundaberg woman Sandra Patterson has shared her photos and memories of local department store Reids, which once sold fashion, linen, beauty products and more from its location in the CBD.

Harry's history from the Wah Du to the Sunn Wah

Sixty years ago, Harry Sunn and his wife Jenny came to Bundaberg with a bold idea to open the region’s first Chinese restaurant, the Wah Du.

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