Welcome to Bundaberg
Bundaberg is the largest town in the Fraser Coast region and is known across the land more for its eponymous dark rum and fruit-farming backpackers than its coral-fringed beach hamlets. The town proper is an agricultural centre with some friendly pubs and a decent regional art gallery. However, in many people’s eyes, the beach hamlets around Bundaberg are more attractive than the town itself. Some 25km north of the... Read More
Top experiences in Bundaberg
Ohana Winery Exotic Fruit Orchard and Wine-Tasting Tour
When you arrive at Ohana Winery and Exotic Fruits, your experience starts by taking a tour of the fruit orchard, home to more than 50 species of fruit from all over the world. As part of the orchard tour, receive a tasting of any in-season fruit, enjoying the freshness, and then head to the working cellar for a personalized wine tasting with the winemaker. You'll taste a range of fruit wines, liqueurs, and ports, plus a specialized range of grape wines. The whole experience lasts just over an hour, unless you wish to stay for one of the gourmet lunch platters (own expense). The winery is located 50 minutes from Hervey Bay (the gateway to Fraser Island) and 40 minutes from Bundaberg (the home of Bundaberg Rum). From Brisbane, it is roughly a 3.5-hour drive.