Turtles, rum, ginger beer and the Great Barrier Reef – welcome to Bundaberg, one of Queensland’s most popular destinations!
WHAT TO DO & SEE IN BUNDABERG
HOW TO GET TO BUNDABERG
In Bundaberg, busses arrive at Bus Stop, 3 Barolin St, Bundaberg Central QLD.
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HOW TO GET AROUND BUNDABERG
From there, you’ll find Bundaberg is a great city for walking and cycling. The warm climate, flat topography and scenic coastal landscape make the city a breeze to navigate on foot and by bike, and there are a number of walking and cycling paths in the region.
Bundaberg’s public transport network consists solely of bus services operated by Duffy’s City Buses. For bus timetables, head to the Bundaberg Visitor Information Centre (271 Bourbong Street) or use their online journey planner.
Most of the major car hire companies operate throughout Bundaberg. You can also hail a Bundaberg Cab Company taxi on the street and at taxi ranks, or by calling 131 008.
For backpackers doing seasonal work in Bundaberg, a number of local hostels run shuttle minibuses to local farms in the morning and back again in the afternoon.