As a local company who have been operating in the North Queensland region for over 20 years, we’re exited to share some of our favourite parts of our region and town with you. At Pulse we’re proud to be Bundaberg electricians who love our local community. Below is a list of attractions and fun activities for you to explore with your family when your next in Bundy or our close neighbour Bagara, Hope you enjoy… & welcome to Bundaberg.
1) Go for a drink at the world famous Bundaberg Rum Distillery.
Bundaberg may well owe a lot of its fame and worldwide notoriety to this Rum Distillery. Well worth taking an afternoon to soak in the history of this proud family owed Bundaberg treasure.
2) Enjoy the ron repos turtle encounter
Watch in amazement an even 1000’s of years in the making as mother turtles congregate on our beaches to lay their tiny baby’s
3) Settle into a nice Gin, Vodka, or Liqueur at the Kalki Moon Distilling & Brewing Company
If rum is not your drink of choice, no worries, head on down to the Kalki Moon Distillery where they still their own range of Vodka, Gin and alcoholic liqueurs.
4) It would be a shame to miss the beautiful Botanic Gardens
Our region has a lot of beautiful wild bush and ranges, but perhaps it’s best appreciated in the beautifully manicures Botanic Gardens. A great spot for a picnic with the kids.
5) See the animals at Alexandra Park Zoo
While there is no shortage of wildlife in the north Queensland region. Taking them in as you walk through the Alexandra Park Zoo is surly the best way to see all teh region has to offer while staying safe.
6) soak in some history at the Hinkler Hall of Aviation
Bundaberg region is famous for its aviation history and Bert Hinkler is a pioneer at the heart of it all. Be amazed at this historical journey into the depths of aviation folklore at the Hinkler Hall of aviation.
7) Go for a swim at Woodgate Beach
While the region may not be as famous for its beaches as the South East region. Bundy’s beaches are unique to the region and provide a refreshing way to enjoy the hotter weather this region has to offer.
8) take in the view from Hummock Lookout
Take in the surrounds with an incredible vantage point at the Hummock lookout. this may be the very best vantage point to just relax and breath in all Bundaberg has to offer.
9) Why not get our on the water and go fishing
Our region has some of the most crystal blue waters you could hope for and a range of islands to visit. So jump on one of our many chartered fishing tours and hook your self a nice fish.
10) Enjoy a nice coffee
Bundaberg’s cafe’ scene is fast growing and you can find some great little coffee nooks, where you can grab a fresh roasted coffee and an delicious snack.
Next door to Bundy is Bagara, a small town but one many consider a hidden gem. Here are a few things worth the short drive down the road to Bagara.
1) The Mon Repo Turtle park
The Mon Repo Turle Park is dedicated to the conservation and awareness of the Mon Repo Turtles. Enjoy a day taking in these tiny little miracles and marvel at mother nature as the team take you through a presentation of these fascinating creatures
2) Go for a swim at the Basin
The Basin in a secure, safe man made lagoon you can spend the day swimming or relaxing under a palm tree (especially in those hotter months)
3) let the kids play at Turtle Park
Situated by one of Bagara’s most beautiful beaches it the famous Turtle park, your kids will have hours of entertainment playing on the turtle theme park
4) Barolin rock pools
A Bagara hidden treasure, relax on a sunny day down on the coast lien playing and splashing in the secluded rock pools
5) Stay at Bargara Beach Caravan Park
This Iconic caravan park is located on one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline Bagara has to offer. Relax after a long day of adventures with a cold glass of wine and enjoy the beautiful sunsets.
So when you next visiting our beautiful region this list should give you plenty of fun and activities for the whole family, Bundaberg & Bagara are incredible family friendly townships, who welcome visitors with open arms.