Bundaberg Region Accommodation
The Bundaberg region in Queensland lies on the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef, providing the southern gateway to one of the world's greatest natural wonders. The region is a haven for lovers of both water-based and land-based activities; the popular holiday and retirement destination, Bargara, is renowned for its excellent fishing spots while the region's eight national parks provide ample opportunity for an enthralling four wheel drive. Extremely picturesque and abound with natural beauty, Bundaberg boasts of 140km of unspoiled coastline and a backdrop of spectacular mountains.
Aside from its natural beauty, Bundaberg is also home to two major attractions: the Bundaberg Rum Distillery, which offer tours to visitors who want to get an idea of how the famous drink is made, and Mon Repo Beach, which contains the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles in the country. Starting from mid November to February, Bundaberg is also the ideal location for great whale-watching, where you can grab the opportunity to get up close to large humpback whales.
Within the historical towns of Bundaberg are friendly, hospitable locals, cafes and restaurants offering delectable treats, and a slew of options for Bundaberg accommodation. Since the popularity of holiday rentals in Australia increased, a number of self-contained units and guest houses are now available for holiday goers, providing cost effective lodgings for families and large groups of friends travelling together. Boutique hotels and resorts provide comfortable, lavish facilities and amenities for those willing to splurge on the perfect Australian holiday, while backpackers and students will not be left out, with budget-friendly Bundaberg accommodations such as hostels and caravan parks.