This small (and vividly purple) gallery has surprisingly good exhibitions.
Great coffee and astonishingly cheap breakfasts ($7!).
Delicious pastries and a fancy menu built around local produce.
The most popular restaurant in town serves enormous plates of international fare. The large menu includes chicken enchiladas, grilled fish, veal schnitzel and yummy desserts. It gets very busy; book ahead. BYO.
Bundaberg’s saucy little secret combines Thai and Indian cuisine with hot curries, vindaloo, tandoori and a host of vegetarian dishes.
This modern museum has multimedia exhibits, a flight simulator and informative displays chronicling the life of Bundaberg’s famous son Bert Hinkler, who made the first solo flight between England and Australia in 19…
Strut your stuff on the dance floor at Bundy’s hottest nightclub. Pretty young things and the backpackers crowd are here every weekend.
Locals congregate en masse at this cute little spot, which isn't shy with its portions of gourmet sandwiches, salads, veggie-friendly options and hot lunches dished up at lightning speed.
Bundaberg's nonalcoholic ginger beer and other soft drinks aren't as famous as Bundy Rum, but they are very good. Visit the Barrel to take an audio tour of the small museum. Tastings are included and it's geared to …