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Bundaberg

Situated on the Burnett River and just 13 kilometres from the coast, Bundaberg stands as one of Queensland's most modern and progressive cities. An idyllic sub-tropical climate and a secure water supply have allowed the region to become a leading export producer of agricultural and horticultural produce. Home to the famous Bundaberg Rum Distillery, Bundaberg is a major sugar-growing region, producing around 20% of Queensland's total sugar output. The Bundaberg region is also the major services and commercial centre of the Wide Bay region, with a strong professional employment base delivering health, education, and community and public administration services to outlying communities. With excellent services, facilities and infrastructure, the region offers considerable investment potential through the development of value-adding industries. The Bundaberg region also supports a range of other industries, including:

  • tourism
  • retail and wholesale trade
  • forestry and fishing
  • construction and engineering

With its temperate climate, affordable housing and range of cultural and recreational opportunities, Bundaberg offers an enviable lifestyle that features the best of city and country living. Bundaberg is currently one of the top 15 largest-growing areas in Queensland.

 

 

Source: Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation 2009
* Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011; Bundaberg LGA
Inside area of the Bunderburg Rum Distillery

ImageBundaberg at a glance

Population:
  • 97,762*
Location:
  • 4 hour drive or 45 minute flight north of Brisbane
Facilities:
  • 1 domestic airport
  • 3 hospitals
  • 2 tertiary education facilities
  • 4 major shopping precincts
Key Events:
  • Agro Trend agricultural exhibition (May)
  • Bundaberg Annual Show (May)
  • Wide Bay Australia International Air Show (July)
  • Bundaberg Multicultural Festival (August)
  • Bundy In Bloom (September)
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