A 360 virtual tour around an old White Fig Tree or Ficus Virens in the Port Bundaberg region with video information describing the history and structure of the old tree by Mike Johnson from Bundaberg Landcare.
Mount Walsh is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 230 km northwest of Brisbane. A prominent landmark in the Biggenden region is the granite bluff area of Mount Walsh which rises to 703 m above sea leven in the northern part of park.
Positioned close to the water front, the memorial is a combination arrangement with all elements recognising the services of individuals from the 10th Battalion, Volunteer Defence Corps, who manned the site as an observation position during the Second World War. The space surrounding the memorials is known as the Elliott Heads Memorial Park.
The ANZAC Day Memorial consists of two concrete plinths, connected by a timber beam. Atop the left plinth there is an arched slab, which contributes to the signage. There are two small plaques attached to the plinths.
LAKE Gregory, also known as the Isis Balancing Storage or simply as the “Duckpond” is a small impoundment between Bundaberg & Childers. It is a mere 200 ha in area with an average depth of 3.1 meters & holds just over 6000 ML of water at full capacity. Access is via the Isis Highway turning into Voss Road and finally turning right into the dirt track when you seen the small pump shed.
The beautiful Bargara coastline features many beaches, rocky outcrops, swimming, surfing, scuba diving, boating areas as well as some great accommodation and restaurants. Situated a short drive from Bundaberg Queensland, Bargara is a jewel in the Wide Bay region.