Featuring an 18 hole Championship Golf Course located at 22 One Mile Road, North Bundaberg just five minutes drive from the Bundaberg city centre. Golf clubs, buggy and electric cart hire, as well as a range of golfing accessories are available for your golfing enjoyment. Our facilities are available to the public and we specialise in assisting you with arranging your Corporate Golf Day or social function.The 5872 metre, Par 71 course, has wide flat fairways making it easy to walk or ride. Golfers of all standards will find the layout both challenging and enjoyable. The greens are large, well-manicured, and a pleasure to putt on. Ponds and water-ways that dot the course provide a scenic delight and are the home of numerous water birds.You may even see the odd frill-necked lizard as you enjoy your round of golf.
Oceans Resort and Spa Hervey Bay offers apartment style accommodation opposite the Urangan Beach Pier.
Located on the waterfront, it features 2 lagoon pools and a restaurant.
Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi and unlimited access to a variety of free in-room movies.
Overlooking the iconic Urangan Pier, on the Biggest Deck in Hervey Bay, The Bayswater Bar and Bistro is Hervey Bay’s most exciting venue for good food and beverages, entertainment and fun.
Bamboo Land is an amazing place for the plant lover, gardener, landscaper and even photographers who love to visit and take photos of the array of plants and landscapes. Situated in Torbanlea near Howard in the Wide Bay its only an hour drive from Bundaberg and 30 mins from Hervey Bay or Maryborough.
Spa Botanica is a haven of luxurious comfort, with an undeniable sense of style, offering the ultimate in therapeutic relaxation and holistic health. Conveniently located in the Oceans Resort, and identified as Hervey Bay’s first destination day spa.
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.