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The weather in Bundaberg
Above are the weather conditions for Bundaberg Central. During January, maximum temperatures go up to more than 30° No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 10° low. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is July.
Dive the Great Barrier Reef with Bundaberg holiday homes
Your holiday letting in the historic sugar town of Bundaberg, Australia is situated four hours outside of Brisbane. It is the southernmost coastal resort town on the Great Barrier Reef. Here, you are neighboured by 140 kilometres of white, sugar-soft beaches, as well as museums, historical buildings and botanical gardens.
Sugar cane and soft drinks
The fertile volcanic soils in the Bundaberg region are ideal for cultivating fruits, vegetables and sugar cane. Why not visit the Bundaberg Rum Distillery, where you can sample the delicious product on boozy guided tours.
Bundaberg is home to Bundaberg Brewed Drinks. The family owned company produces the ideal beachside beverage, and has made premium soft drinks right here since the 1960s.
Art and aviation
Art lovers can get their fix at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery. Pleasingly abbreviated to BRAG, the gallery is all about supporting up-and-coming local artists, as well as international names. There is also a working studio and special art workshops.
Next head to the Hinkler Hall of Aviation, which is dedicated to Bert Hinkler, the first person to fly from England to Australia in 1928. The museum collection includes a thrilling flight simulator.
Dive the Great Barrier Reef
From Bundaberg, it isn't far to sublime white beaches, national parks and laid-back resort towns. Surf at Agnes Water, fish at Elliot Heads, and spot kangaroos at Woodgate Beach.
It's a brief drive from Bundaberg to the Mon Repos Conservation Park, home to the largest collection of nesting turtles in Eastern Australia. Watch Soup, Hawk and Reef turtles nest on the small beach here every winter.
Snorkelling and diving on the Great Barrier Reef is a must when you stay in nearby Bundaberg. You'll see spectacular flora and fauna in this underwater world. Dive among the mussels, corals, sea stars and manta rays – or float above them in a glass-bottomed boat at low tide.
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