The Bundaberg, Coral Isles & Country Region, with a population of around 91,000, offers unique coral isles, coastal, urban and rural experiences - all within easy access!
The Great Barrier Reef begins here with our two coral cays Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands and coral reefs fringing the shoreline. Reef walk, snorkel or scuba dive and view one of the great wonders of the world, all from the Bundaberg, Coral Isles and County Region. Try some of Australia’s best shore diving in the Woongarra Marine Park right on our coastline - the Coral Coast - it’s so easy.
Over 140kms of unspoilt beaches stretch from Woodgate to the Town of 1770. These range from surf to calm waters. Many waterways and estuaries provide ideal spots to drop a line and fish - or why not try offshore fishing?
With our natural environment including 15 National Parks, the region is also home to many special marine creatures. Humpback Whales pass close to shore en route to Hervey Bay and Fraser Island. Australia’s largest mainland turtle rookery is situated at Mon Repos Beach and the coral isles are bird and turtle rookeries during summer months.
Bundaberg is a progressive city where visitors are welcome and well catered for with excellent shopping, fine restaurants and many attractions close at hand. The city also offers a great range of accommodation.