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Thursday, February 20, 2020


Bundaberg Rum wins gold at national tourism awards

Bundaberg Rum won gold at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in the keenly contested Tourism Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries category.

Ex-HMAS Tobruk dive popular with visitors

The ex-HMAS Tobruk dive site has added an underwater dimension to Bundaberg Region tourism.

Childers meerkats – short in stature, big on appeal

Looking for a Sunday outing? Head over to Childers to see the cute trio of meerkats at Snakes Downunder.

Lady Elliot Island — Bundaberg's gateway to the Reef

Lady Elliot Island is the southern-most coral cay of the Great Barrier Reef, 85km northeast of Bundaberg. A Bundaberg Now photographer was lucky enough to visit the island on Sunday with members of a...

Getting all steamed up at the Botanic Gardens

The Australian Sugar Cane Railway steam locomotive at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens is a popular attraction with young and old every Sunday.

Divers able to explore ex-HMAS Tobruk from February 25

The new world-class ex-HMAS Tobruk dive site will be ready for divers to start exploring on Monday, February 25.
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Bluey coming to Bundy! Tickets on sale Friday

It’s almost time for Bundaberg Bluey fans to get up close and personal with the much-adored Heeler family.

Rain stirring up the bait for good catches

Tackleworld Bundaberg says with all the rain we’ve had around the area over the past few weeks there is bulk bait on all the inshore reefs.

Kookaburras spread their wings

The region’s newest Junior AFL Club, The Kookaburras, is doubling its size, with sign on days in Bundaberg and Moore Park Beach next Tuesday.

Student leaders inducted at Walkervale State School

A group of Year 6 students from Walkervale State School have been awarded their leadership badges at a special ceremony this week.