The Bargara and Coral Coast region of
Queensland sits along the spectacular coastline of Bundaberg.
With a climate equal to Hawaii, beautiful beaches, stunning
rocky coastlines and friendly locals, this area is one of
Queenslands true regional beauties and is fast becoming
a favourite holiday destination to our many domestic and
international visitors or home to those looking for that
"sea change" lifestyle change.
Found at the beginning of the Great Barrier Reef, this Southern
Great Barrier Reef area can offer spectacular shore diving
and snorkelling, world class Dive Facilities as well access
to the unique coral cay islands of Lady Musgrave and Lady
Elliot. Marvel at the graceful hump back whales as they
pass through or be awestruck at the seemingly impossible
task of turtle hatchlings at Mon Repos beach, the Coral
Coast region is abundant in natures gifts and is truly
a wildlife playground. The thriving regional city of Bundaberg
is also home to the famous "Bundaberg Rum and
is proud of its role it has played in the history of Queensland.
Bargara, Bundaberg and the Coral Coast is easily accessible
- ROAD the area
is a comfortable 4 hour drive north from Brisbane
(360kms), 3 hours north from the Sunshine
Coast and 3 hours south of Rockhampton.
- RAIL Queensland
Rail provide many rail alternatives with the
popular Tilt Train servicing Bundaberg twice
per day from Brisbane. Travelling time is
approx. 4 hours.
- FLY Daily services
from Brisbane will have you on the Coral Coast
under 1 hour.
- OCEAN Easy access
to the deep water of the Burnett River and
first class services and marinas makes this
area a boaties paradise. The Port of Bundaberg
is a perfect stopping point on passage along
the Queensland Coast.
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