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Bundaberg, Fraser Coast

The Point Resort

There are many attractions to explore around the Bargara area. Whether it is relaxation or adventure, the scene is set for your pure enjoyment and The Point is the perfect Resort to base yourself for an extraordinary Coral Coast holiday.

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Bundaberg, Fraser Coast

Bargara Blue Resort

Whatever pace you choose, the relaxed environment at Bargara Blue Resort is the ideal place to base yourself for an extraordinary Coral Coast holiday. With casual living in mind, the apartments at Bargara Blue Resort are extremely spacious and comfortably furnished.

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Bundaberg, Fraser Coast

Country Comfort Bundaberg

Country Comfort Bundaberg is the home of high quality affordable accommodation in Bundaberg. Set within tropical gardens, surrounding a palm fringed central courtyard and pool area, Centrally located, and within close proximity to both major shopping complexes and CBD.

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Bundaberg Accommodation

Bundaberg is a region bursting with beautiful landscapes, activities, and old-fashioned Australian culture.

Along the coastline expect to find sandy surf beaches fringed with coral reefs while inland vibrant rolling sugar cane fields exist as far as the eye can see; Bundaberg is a town well-versed in combining beachside charm with a taste of the outback.

Despite its glorious natural charisma, ‘Bundy’ is often overlooked as a holiday destination and therefore families and couples travelling will have their run of the roost. Bask in your own section of picturesque beach, and fear not of the hordes of tourists in town.

No trip to Bundaberg is complete without a stop at the inherently Australian Bundaberg Barrel, home of the Bundaberg Distillery and several enormous tributes to their mascot, the enormous fluffy white polar bear donning his black sunnies, which appears ill-fitting but is as Aussie as vegemite, Holden, and Tim Tams.

The locals are as laid-back and friendly as they come making it all the nicer to dine out in one of the many amazing restaurants. Most of which make use of locally source food due to the fact that Bundaberg is one of the largest suppliers of fresh produce in Australia that has earned it the title of ‘Bountiful Bundaberg – Nourishing the Nation’.

Retail therapy is offered in abundance in good ole ‘Bundy’, as are bush walks through national parks, 4WD, wine tastings, cultural exhibitions including the famed Hinkler Hall of Aviation, local art galleries, fishing, and surfing.

Bundaberg is awash with accommodation options from beachfront holiday houses in Bargara to 3 bedroom city apartments. Call the experts at Discover Queensland on 1300 788 553 to speak to your own personal holiday consultant who will assist you in selecting the perfect Bundaberg accommodation for your next trip.

Bundaberg Weather

Bundaberg weather is typical of the Fraser Coast and enjoys a sub-tropical climate that is enviable, especially during winter.

Balmy summer days give way to fresh evenings with the occasional shower, while winter welcomes warm days and crisp nights with little rainfall.

Water temperatures are perfect for swimming and water activities nearly year round. So no matter when you book your Bundaberg holiday you can look forward to tropical sunshine!

Current Weather

Temperature: 22.1°C
Dew Point: 4.7°C
Relative Humidity: 32%
Wind Speed: 9.3km/h
Wind Gusts: 13.0km/h
Wind Direction: NE
Pressure: 1018.9hPa
Rain Since 9AM: 0.0mm