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Friday, July 10, 2020
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New shade sails installed in time for school holidays

Council have fitted three new shade sails before the school holidays with two additional parks to be covered before the end on July.

Celebrate National Botanic Gardens Day this weekend

From unique flora and fauna, historic displays and more, all of the amazing features of the Botanic Gardens will be celebrated this weekend.

Council staff gain new experiences with redeployment

When Bundaberg Library Assistant Wendy Clifford was asked if she’d like to redeploy to Parks & Gardens during the library’s pandemic closure, she jumped at the chance.

Travel the world at Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

Exploring the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens offers more than a great day out with a worldly travel adventure awaiting plant lovers.

Get out and explore for #ParksWeek2020

If you have yet to head out to explore the region's beautiful parks and natural areas, now is the perfect time to do so with #ParksWeek2020 underway.

Queens Park a link with original rainforest

Queens Park in Bundaberg is a great place to enjoy a barbecue, drop a line into the nearby Burnett River or simply walk among the old trees.

Fire impacted highway rest area under repair

The popular Wallum Reserve rest area off the Isis Highway which was closed following the severe bushfires in December, is expected to reopen in about two weeks.

Discover the diprotodon at Alexandra Park

Bundaberg children can put their palaeontologist hat on and dig for a diprotodon dinosaur at Alexandra Park.

Upgrades underway for Apple Tree Creek park

Apple Tree Creek Community Park will undergo construction work from 20 January to provide visitors to the area with updated facilities and easier access.

Trainees get a head start with Natural Areas team

Bundaberg Regional Council is proud to have a total of 41 trainees and apprentices currently part of the workforce.

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