All About Bundaberg

Bundaberg is a place well worth visiting when you see just how much this place has grown over the years. Around 46,000 people call Bundy ‘home’, and it fast becoming one of the most popular places to move to in Queensland. The council reports that in the next 15 years, the population growth will be up over 50%, which when you consider the facts, that is a huge boost to the region. This will incure more jobs, more children at schooling in the area and more visitors to the area as the city boosts in overall growth. When you include major places in the area such as, Avoca, Bundaberg North and Avenell Heights, it is not hard to see why the city is ranked as 134th in the largest city in Queensland.

Bundaberg is also home to some famous iconic desitinations that are known around the world. The name ‘Bundaberg’ comes from ‘Bunda’ meaning important man and ‘berg’ being mountain. The city is known more as “Bundy’ than Bundaberg, as well will call it throughout this information. The aboriginal people who reside in the city are called ‘Gurang Gurang’ – (pronounced goo-rung, goo-rung) and Bundy’s sister city is Japan and China. The beautiful Coral Coast is a destination well worth seeing for yourself and is the gateway to the magnificent Great Barrier Reef. If you have not heard of Bundy Rum, then you definetly need to visit the Bundy Distillery where the world famous Bundaberg Rum is made.

Mon Repos Turtle Rookery is something you only see at certain times of the year, but is something not to be missed when making your way to the Fraser Coast Region. Abundance of Shopping Centres, Fine Dinning at your fingertips and plenty of friendly people willing to make your accommodation stay a pleasant one- just some of the reasons you should see the area.

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