Bundaberg is located on the sub-tropical central coast of Queensland and is a four hour drive from Queensland’s capital city Brisbane.
Established in 1881 – Bundaberg a city itself – has over 93,000 people living in the region. Bundaberg lies 11 kilometres inland along the banks of the Burnett River, surrounded by a patchwork of cane fields and horticulture crops. With 140 kilometres of breathtaking coastline, the region boasts no less than 17 beaches and is home to 14 national parks.
Bundaberg has established export markets in horticulture, seafood, livestock, food and agri-processing, sugar cane, aviation and education.
With its abundant investment opportunities and ongoing Council and Queensland government support – Bundaberg Queensland has become one of the fastest growing business destinations in Queensland.
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