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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Tourism

Caravan safety more important than ever

With travel restrictions easing there are more caravans and RVs on the road, which has highlighted the need for driver awareness and training.

Holiday visitors flock to Bundaberg Region

Families are flocking to the Bundaberg Region, putting smiles on the faces of tourism and business operators.

Artificial reef still attracts divers after 30 years

It took five years for Brenda and Alan Cochrane’s idea for an artificial reef off the Bundaberg Coast to come to life and despite the many hurdles, their dream is now a reality.

History buff takes key role at Old Pharmacy

Scott Stedman has answered the call and picked up the reins as the Volunteer Co-ordinator at the Childers Old Pharmacy Museum.

Dragon fruit and lime ice cream a hit at Tinaberries

Tinaberries’ new dragon fruit and lime ice cream looks sensational and tastes divine, so it’s no wonder it’s being scooped up by locals.

First whales of season spotted at Bargara

The first whales of the migration season were spotted off the Bundaberg coast this week.

Latest news

Council grants available for sporting groups

Eligible sporting clubs and non-profit sporting groups are encouraged to apply for COVID-19 relief assistance from Bundaberg Regional Council.

Podcast #8: Alloway Farm Markets

In this week's Bundaberg Now Podcast we learn more about Cochrane's Artificial Reef and hear the story of Alloway Farm Markets.

Hearts beat as one for couple married 66 years

Every day for the past five years, Noel (88) has visited his wife, Gloria (84) at Meilene Residential Aged Care Home in Bundaberg.

Caravan safety more important than ever

With travel restrictions easing there are more caravans and RVs on the road, which has highlighted the need for driver awareness and training.
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