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Sunday, March 29, 2020
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Topic: tourism

Kalki Moon shines brighter with new still

In the lead-up to Kalki Moon’s three-year anniversary the family business has introduced a new still to produce 10 times more gin.

Cupcake the lamb part of Meet the Animals farm tour

A baby lamb named Cupcake is one of the many cute animals that can be fed and cuddled as part of new walking tours at Splitters Farm.

Backpacker bag tags help with safety

Innovative new bag tags for backpackers and other travellers with local information were launched today at Bundaberg Police Station.

Survey and workshop to build tourism preparedness

Bundaberg Tourism is building business preparedness by calling on local tourism-related businesses to complete a survey and participate in a workshop.

Bundaberg Cup touch comp a winner

Hundreds of touch football players from around Queensland gathered at Greg Duncan Fields for the sixth annual Bundaberg Cup weekend.

Underwater accommodation spurs tourism growth

Waking up to the sights of the Great Barrier Reef is only months away as work starts on Lady Musgrave Experience Pontoon.

Elliott Heads Holiday Park popular

There’s only one thing campers at Elliott Heads Holiday Park wish during their Christmas and New Year visit to the Bundaberg Region and that's to stay longer.

Vineyard’s secrets are for all to enjoy

Ed Murray and Marianne Lethbridge have harnessed a multitude of new skills since taking up the challenge of further developing Vintner’s Secret, a popular Childers vineyard.

Paging Fun Mums blog showcases region

Popular mother’s blog Paging Fun Mums has showcased the Bundaberg Region to an online audience of more than 250,000 people.

Campaign takes local artist's designs to the world

Bundaberg Region Indigenous designer and artist Rachael Sarra has collaborated with Tourism Australia on its latest global marketing campaign.

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