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Bundaberg Guide

Top Things to Do and See

Sharon Gorge Nature Reserve

Sharon Gorge is a beautiful area to see when holidaying on your cheap flights Melbourne to Bundaberg. It showcases palm trees, orchids and lush rainforest. To experience Sharon Gorge, there’s a walking path that allows you to view the diverse plants and birds that can be seen there. The Sharon Gorge Nature Reserve is also a popular place to go camping for visitors who book Melbourne to Bundaberg flights.


The Bundaberg Barrel

Many people know Bundaberg for its popular soft drink. This is the place where Bundaberg ginger beer was first brewed in 1960. When you have flights Melbourne to Bundaberg, you can visit the Bundaberg Barrel for a tour of the factory. During the tour, visitors with Melbourne to Bundaberg return flights hear about the history of the soft drink, learn how it’s brewed, and can sample 14 different flavours at the Tasting Bar.


Mon Repos Turtle Centre

Mon Repos Turtle Centre is located just outside of central Bundaberg by the ocean. The centre rescues and protects sea turtles who are endangered in the wild. While visiting the centre, you can learn about and interact with turtles. There are plenty of activities available for families visiting with children as well. Plan your flights Melbourne to Bundaberg between January and March to witness baby turtles hatching and making their way along the protected beach to the ocean.


Cania Gorge National Park

Cania Gorge National Park makes a great day trip from the city. The Cania Gorge is home to a rich history, with Indigenous Australians calling the area home for about 19,000 years. There’s also diverse flora and fauna to experience here after your cheap flights to Bundaberg from Melbourne; there are more than 150 types of plants, more than 90 species of birds, wallabies, and the occasional bat. There are several walking trails throughout the national park, which range in difficulty and offer gorgeous views to visitors with flights Melbourne to Bundaberg.


Lady Elliot Island

About 75 kilometres (46 miles) offshore from Bundaberg is Lady Elliot Island, which is the southernmost coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef. Travellers who book cheap flights Melbourne to Bundaberg can visit this island as a day trip from the city. The island is home to important breeding grounds for coral and reef wildlife. While visiting Lady Elliot Island after your Melbourne to Bundaberg flights, go snorkelling or scuba diving to experience the island’s impressive biodiversity up close.



The Best Time to Visit with Melbourne to Bundaberg Flights

Bundaberg experiences generally pleasant weather year-round with daytime temperatures of about 30°C in the summer and 22°C in the winter. The summer is wetter than the other seasons with relatively high humidity and higher chance of rain. However, summer is also the low season in Bundaberg, making it a great time to book flights Melbourne to Bundaberg if you’re after a bargain. This is also the season when you can witness the magical turtle hatching season at Mon Repos Turtle Centre. Winter experiences the highest number of tourists flying into Bundaberg Airport (BDB), but you won’t experience the same level of tourism as other Queensland destinations, such as Cairns or the Gold Coast.



Cafes and Restaurants


Indulge is a great central Bundaberg cafe where you can go for breakfast or lunch after your cheap flights to Bundaberg from Melbourne. The cafe serves a range of coffees as well as teas and milkshakes. Food favourites from Indulge include eggs Florentine, pancakes, tempura prawns, and toasted sandwiches. If you’re looking for an afternoon snack, Indulge also serves various cakes and pastries.


Les Chefs

Head to Les Chefs for a classic Australian meal after your Melbourne to Bundaberg flights. The restaurant offers a cosy atmosphere, great food and good value. Some dishes to try at Les Chefs are chicken schnitzel, salmon, and steak. If you don’t fill up too much with your main meal, order one of their delicious – and generously sized – desserts as well.


Curry Quest

Located in Bundaberg South, Curry Quest serves authentic Indian specialties. Head here for dinner when you have tickets to Bundaberg from Melbourne. The restaurant is well-known for its wide range of curries, including butter chicken, tikka masala, lamb korma, and seafood vindaloo. Order your curry with pappadums and one of the restaurant’s many varieties of naan bread.


Water Street Kitchen

Water Street Kitchen is a crowd favourite among Bundaberg locals and visitors with cheap flights to Bundaberg from Melbourne. The cafe is beautifully designed and makes sure all of their dishes are artfully presented. Breakfast and lunch are available Tuesday through Saturday, and on Friday nights Water Street Kitchen opens for dinner as well. The menu features a variety of cafe favourites with Water Street’s own creative touch.