St Josephs School in Bundaberg is a catholic Primary School one block away from the Bundaberg CBD. The Panoramic 360 Virtual tour that I have done showed me the great facilities of the school and how the use of technology is paramount in the school with the use of chrome books, ipads and computers.
Hinkler Hall of Aviation is a dynamic and unique structure of soaring glass and steel made in the shape of an aircraft wing. Set in the lush Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, the Hinkler Hall of Aviation brings to life the adventures and achievements of Australia’s famous pioneer solo aviator Bert Hinkler.
Fairymead house, built in 1890 to an Indian bungalow plan, was originally the home of the Young family, owners of Fairymead Sugar Mill and Plantation. During 1984, Bundaberg Sugar Company donated the home to the City of Bundaberg as an Australian Bicentennial gift. Relocated to Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, the homestead is now a sugar industry museum, housing photographs and memorabilia exploring the development of the sugar industry, technology and the history of milling over two levels.
Bundaberg Softball is situated at Frank Coulthard Oval with four diamonds, and a clubhouse. The grounds are a hype of activity during the season with local clubs and also hosts a number of carnivals throughout the year.
A great sporting facility in the Bundaberg Region.
Shalom College is a local school in Bundaberg that has just gone through some extensive expansion with a number of new buildings.
It provides Catholic secondary education for both boys and girls from the Bundaberg region. It’s one thousand, two hundred students are offered a diverse curriculum in a modern, well-equipped rural school. Shalom College was established in 1984 after the closure of the Christian Brothers College for boys and Loyola College for girls. It enrolls students of all faiths whose parents choose an education based on Christian values in the Catholic tradition.