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Best Western Bundaberg Cty Mtr Inn - Bundaberg Hotels

Best Western Bundaberg Cty Mtr Inn

246 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"A weekend away "
Very clean, quiet, two single beds in separate room gave boys there own space, great breakfast. laundry was clean too. Friendly owners
Traveller from maryborough
Stay at this Bundaberg motel, only 400 meters from Bundaberg CBD and an easy base for an adventure to the Great Barrier Reef …More
Acacia Motor Inn - Bundaberg Hotels
AU$105

Acacia Motor Inn

248 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"Convenient to train station"
Very friendly, lots of room with a couch as well. Good lighting as well.
Traveller from melbourne
Bundaberg Spanish Motor Inn - Bundaberg Hotels

Bundaberg Spanish Motor Inn

134 Woongarra Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"Very quite motel"
Russ and Wendy very friendly and very accomodating no request is 2 small even lent us extension cord for car fridge, loved our stay and definitely will be returning
Traveller from mundubbera
Villa Mirasol Motor Inn - Bundaberg Hotels

Villa Mirasol Motor Inn

225 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel. Friendly staff. Close to CBD"
Had a great experience. Lovely staff and very friendly. Would definitely recommend. Everything you need and close to train station and CBD. Great stay!!!
A Traveller
Alexandra Lodge - Bundaberg Hotels

Alexandra Lodge

77 Woondooma Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
Location is excellent for family members supporting patients in hospital across road. Free access to wifi and provision of a continental breakfast included in the price is a bonus. Based on our room the accommodation needs some TLC but the accommodation while basic suited our needs
Traveller from canberra
Econo Lodge Park Lane - Bundaberg Hotels

Econo Lodge Park Lane

247 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"Very good motel close to city centre"
I have stayed at this location twice and was totally satisfied with everything
Traveller from Mky
Located just a 10 minute walk from the city center and even closer to the railway station, guests of the Park Lane Motel & …More
Best Western Boulevard Lodge - Bundaberg Hotels

Best Western Boulevard Lodge

10 Johanna Boulevard, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"Enjoyable"
Comfortable, with friendly efficient staff. Meals were great and not too expensive.
Traveller from Brisbane
Stay at this new, corporate-preferred choice Bundaberg, Australia hotel located near Central Queensland University, Bundaberg …More
Alexandra Park Motor Inn - Bundaberg Hotels

Alexandra Park Motor Inn

2A Bingera Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel"
Pros close to where we were going.. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Room was very clean and tidy.. Cons..kitchen light did not work.
Traveller from Brisbane
Country Comfort Bundaberg - Bundaberg Hotels

Country Comfort Bundaberg

73 Takalvan Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
This is the 2nd time we've stayed and both times the room has been spotless and comfortable. Unfortunately the restaurant wasn't open, however the staff suggested a few other places to eat at. We will be back again.
A Traveller
Comfort Inn Bert Hinkler - Bundaberg Hotels

Comfort Inn Bert Hinkler

36 Warrell Street, Bundaberg - Map
 
 
"Helpful staff"
When crisis struct, the staff were very helpful and accommodating. They understood the situation and assisted were possible.
Traveller from Brisbane
The Comfort Inn Bert Hinkler is a 4 star motel comprising 32 rooms with a mix of quality, comfortable standard, deluxe and …More

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    Pocket Guide: Bundaberg

    If you're after a sweet destination for your next holiday, it doesn't get much sweeter than Bundaberg. "Bundy" is famous for its sugar cane, rum and ginger beer, but when you stay in one of our Bundaberg hotels, you'll discover that there's so much more in this big country town.

    History

    Bundaberg is heritage-rich and you'll need a few days to visit all of the historic sites. Sugar cane was first grown in Bundaberg in 1880 and there are a few different landmarks that you can visit in the city to learn more about its milling history, including the Millaquin Mill, which has been running since 1882. One of the by-products of the local sugar is Bundaberg Rum. The Bundaberg Distilling Company has been producing its world-famous rum since 1888, so make sure you pay a visit to the Bundaberg Distilling Company Bondstore and the rum museum at Spring Hill House while you're here.

    History buffs will especially enjoy a visit to the Bundaberg Botanical Gardens, which offers more than just a walk among the roses. Here, you can drop into the Fairymead House Sugar Museum to learn more about the town's sugar milling history, or check out the displays in the Hinkler Hall of Aviation, dedicated to the late aviator Bert Hinkler.

    Other must-visits include the Old Pharmacy, the Bundaberg Railway Museum, the East Water Tower, the Bundaberg School of Arts and the Old National Australia Bank Building.

    Things to do

    Despite being a city, Bundaberg offers a lot in the way of natural beauty. There's the Burrum Coast National Park, Baldwin Swamp Conservation Park and Alexander Park. However, the icing on the cake is Mon Repos Beach – the South Pacific's biggest rookery of loggerhead turtles. November to March is the best time to see them nesting and hatching, but make sure you make a booking at the Mon Repos Conservation Park because this activity is really popular.

    Bundaberg is also the gateway to the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef and you'll see some spectacular marine life if you go diving or snorkelling around Lady Elliot Island or Lady Musgrave Island.

    Wining and dining

    Bundaberg Rum, produced from Bundaberg Sugar, is the most famous food product here and you can sample some after a tour of the Bundaberg Distilling Company Bondstore and Spring Hill House. Make sure you purchase a bottle to take back home.

    If you're not much of a drinker, there's an alternative beverage which Bundy is also famous for – its non-alcoholic Bundaberg Ginger Beer. You can watch the brewing process at the Bundaberg Barrel and then sample some classic Ginger Beer, as well as the other sparkling drink flavours like passionfruit, sarsaparilla and blood orange.

    Getting here and around

    To get here, grab one of these cheap flights to Bundaberg. Once you've arrived, you can get around the inner city on public buses, but if you want to explore the wider Bundaberg Region, you can hire a car. Once you're behind the wheel, you can also visit nearby Bargara and hit the beautiful beaches.

    A holiday surrounded by natural beauty and historic sites – wot more could ask for? Book your Bundaberg accommodation with us now and make sure you leave plenty of room in your suitcase for multiple bottles of rum and ginger beer!

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