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What can you do in Bundaberg over the weekend?

Bundaberg Barrel

Bundaberg soft drinks are known and loved in countries around the world. You can visit the company’s headquarters while holidaying on return flights to Bundaberg. Head to the Bundaberg Barrel to take a brewery tour, learn how their drinks are made, and taste a range of 19 different flavours. Visitors to the Bundaberg Barrel can even get their hands on limited edition flavours that you won’t find in shops.

Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens are made up of about 10,000 plants and cover 27 hectares north of the city centre. The gardens are an incredible place to take a quiet stroll and enjoy nature while visiting Queensland on cheap flights to Bundaberg. Walk along trails that wind their way through the Botanic Gardens to see a Japanese garden, Chinese garden, Australian rainforest collection, rare fruit tree orchard, and more. The gardens are also home to a few museums you can visit in between return flights to Bundaberg, including Fairymead House Sugar Museum, Hinkler Hall of Aviation, and the Bundaberg and District Historical Museum.

Mon Repos Conservation Park

Plan a day on the coast when you book flights to Bundaberg so you can visit Mon Repos Conservation Park. It’s a small national park with walking trails, beaches, and native Queensland wildlife. It’s particularly known for its Turtle Centre, and holiday-makers can head to the Mon Repos Turtle Centre to learn about their conservation efforts and what makes sea turtles so incredible. Book your cheap flights to Bundaberg around the sea turtle season for an extra special visit. Travel on flights to Bundaberg between November and January to see turtles nesting, and between January and March for a chance to see baby turtles hatch.

Hummock Lookout

The Hummock is a 96-metre high extinct volcano that’s known for the views it offers over Bundaberg. Head to the Hummock Lookout to see the city centre, the ocean, sugar fields, Paddy’s Island, and the famous Bundaberg Distillery and Mill. The Hummock is also a place of rich Aboriginal heritage that you can learn about while holidaying on flights to Bundaberg. It was once home to the Taribelang people and now showcases a mural of Aboriginal art that depicts their experiences at the time of European settlement.


When is the best time to visit Bundaberg?

There is no bad time to book airfare to Bundaberg as daytime temperatures are warm year-round. Summer is accompanied by temperatures of about 30°C and a bit of rain. This is the busiest time of year to book flights into Bundaberg Airport (BDB), since the city is a popular destination for families on end-of-year holidays. Make sure you get your preferred accommodation by booking early, as soon as you know when you’ll be travelling on summer flights to Bundaberg.

Look forward to warm daytime weather without the summer crowds by booking plane tickets to Bundaberg in autumn or spring. Temperatures average about 25° to 27°C – perfect for taking trips to the beach.

Winter is the coolest season in Bundaberg, but temperatures still reach about 22°C during the day. There’s very little rain, and the conditions suit hiking and visiting national parks. Winter doesn’t bring in the same crowds as the summer months, but it’s still a popular time to book airfare to Bundaberg as some travellers from the southern states look to escape the cold weather.

Outside of the four seasons, there are two other periods to keep in mind when you book cheap flights to Bundaberg. Sea turtle season lasts from October to April. Plan your flights during this time to see turtles nesting and baby turtles hatching on Mon Repos Beach. Alternatively, book your tickets to Bundaberg between July and November to time your arrival with the whale-watching season. Take a whale-watching tour to see humpback whales migrating past the Queensland coast.


How much time should I spend in Bundaberg?

Set aside about three to four days when you book return flights to Bundaberg. This allows for plenty of time to see what the city has to offer, visit the beach, and enjoy the national parks and state forests just outside Bundaberg. Do you have some extra time to spend on your Bundaberg holiday? Book a rental car through Webjet and take a road trip around the area. Head south to Fraser Island or north to discover the beautiful beaches around Seventeen Seventy and Agnes Water. You could even make the most of Webjet’s cheap flights from Bundaberg Airport (BDB) to see more of Queensland, such as Cairns, the Whitsundays, and the Gold Coast.