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Thursday, October 1, 2020


Full steam ahead for cane crushing season

Steam is again pouring from the chimneys of Bundaberg Region cane mills, marking the first week of the 2020 cane crushing season.

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.

New look indoor sports centre reopens 12 July

Bundaberg Indoor Sports Centre is due to reopen on 12 July after undergoing an extensive refurbishment during the COVID lockdown.

Holiday visitors flock to Bundaberg Region

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

Kids’ Activity Trail book gets kids out and about in the Gardens

A Kids’ Activity Trail booklet written and designed by Bundaberg Regional Council staff is designed to get kids exploring and investigating the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens.

Rare macadamia project launched at Botanic Gardens

The future is brighter for Australia’s rarest macadamia species following a successful propagation and planting project, which has been launched at Bundaberg Botanic Gardens.

Bundaberg Region youth say ‘Sour Words Hurt'

The young people of the Bundaberg Region are taking a stand against bullying with a powerful statement that "Sour Words Hurt".

Childers Backpackers Hostel fire memorial video

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the tragic Childers Backpackers Hostel fire, Bundaberg Regional Council produced a special video.

Wrapped with Council bridge works

Bundaberg Regional Council’s bridge crew are reducing repair costs and extending the life of bridges in the region through the use of innovative new equipment and techniques.

Train Brain Song spreads safety message

Bundaberg musician Warren Wrangell has written a catchy tune called the Train Brain Song which Wilmar Sugar is using to promote safety.

Moore Park Beach students form human ‘NO WAY’ sign

Moore Park Beach State School has celebrated National Day Against Bullying and Violence in spectacular fashion today by creating a human NO WAY sign.

Dolphins playing with calf captured at Bargara

A Bundaberg photographer has captured video footage of a dolphin family and calf frolicking in the ocean just off Neilson Park.