It was a very clean town with beautiful gardens. Full of history and quiet a lot to see in Bundaberg itself and and close surrounding area.
Bundaberg is a good place to live. They have more hospitals, lifestyles, good view for tourist and much more.
Nice look out and sightseeing. Many choices of foods to eat and restaurants, shopping centre is good.
Well established town, recently ravaged by floods, but now getting back to normal. The best thing about Bundaberg is the proximity to numerous beaches, some a drive away, but not too crowded.
The Bundaberg Rum factory (now owned by Diageo) is worth a visit. Grunski's fish restaurant is excellent value for fresh fish meals, and other. This is a cane growing area, and cane, and vegetable produce figures highly outside of the city. This is also the home of Bert Hinkler, the aviator and a museaum is established to view his achievements and that of aviation of nearly 100 years back. Town is unspoilt and large shopping complexes are located variously, so the visitor can stock up on almost anything. The airport is convenient and QANTAS AND VIRGIN