Modern air conditioned single level garden Villa. King size bed in main plus a second bedroom with either a single, bunks or both.
Views onto gardens and pools with patio for outside dining off main room. Undercover parking at back door and ample boat, trailer parking adjacent. The room caters for a maximum of 5 guests.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Balcony / courtyard, Bath, Ceiling fans, Clothes line / airer, Desk, Dishwasher, Dryer, Iron & ironing board, Kitchenette (basic facilities), Non-smoking only, Opening windows, Radio, Refrigerator – full size, Satellite / Cable, Shower, Tea/Coffee Making, TV, Washing machine
Highset Beach condominium with undercover parking. Fully self-contained air conditioned fronting the Pacific Ocean. The room caters for a maximum of 8 guests.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Balcony / courtyard, Bath, Ceiling fans, Clothes line / airer, Dishwasher, Dryer, DVD player, Free in-house movies, Full kitchen, Iron & ironing board, Non-smoking only, Opening windows, Radio, Refrigerator – full size, Satellite / Cable, Shower, Tea/Coffee Making, TV, Washing machine, Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Balcony / courtyard, Bath, Ceiling fans, Clothes line / airer, Desk, Dishwasher, Dryer, Iron & ironing board, Kitchenette (basic facilities),, Non-smoking only, Opening windows, Radio, Refrigerator – full size, Satellite / Cable, Shower, Tea/Coffee Making, TV, Washing machine.
The Coral Cove Restaurant can be found in the beautifully restored Queensland style Clubhouse at Coral Cove Golf Club.
The restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating plus a private function room for up to 100 guests. Expansive views of the pacific ocean and the golf course provide a stunning backdrop to the relaxed ambience of the restaurant and function room.
The blackboard menu features freshly caught seafood, succulent steaks and appetizing chicken. To compliment the menu you will find an appropriate selection of wine and alcoholic beverages.
Call (07) 4155 6130
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The Bundaberg area offers a number of wonderful attractions and tours.
Australia’s best known logger head turtle rookery. From mid November to late March the giant sea turtles make their way up the beach to lay their eggs. You can also see baby hatchlings emerge under the over of darkness.
The craters are a unique geological formation and a huge mystery to numerous scientists. A wonderful place for children, young and old. Why not stay for lunch in the lovely grassy picnic areas. For further information please press ‘Tours’ on your telephone. An admission fee will apply.
Located 10km east of Bundaberg via Bargara Road or Windermere Road, the Hummock is an extinct volcano and is the highest point in the district offering views stretching as far as 1770 and Fraser Island on a clear day.
Visit the Bundaberg Regional Council for more informaion on the Hummock Lookout
The Krazy Maze Café is just perfect for children. An indoor adventure playland for all their fun and games. Mum and Dad can sit back and relax with a coffee or choose something for lunch from their delicious café. An admission fee will apply for children. Krazy Maze Facebook Link
Alexandra Park offers local and exotic wildlife, a large modern playground area, river views, some interesting war history, family BBQ areas and spacious grassy areas. Admission is free. Open during daylight hours.
Why not play a game of 10 Pin Bowls with a few family members. Try your luck at Indoor Mini Golf. Challenge a sibling in the Games Arcade. Enjoy a refreshing drink from the Bar or have a bite to eat from the Restaurant.
View local and national art, glass structures, creative jewellery, wood work, ceramics, and aboriginal art. Admission is free.
A natural wetland which includes wildlife breeding areas, boardwalks, walking tracks with shelter shed picnic facilities. A nice day out with the children. Admission is free.
Weekly Sunday Morning markets held at Shalom Catholic Collage on Fitzgerald Street where you can purchase fresh local produce, plants and locally made Arts and Crafts. Why not grab a bite to eat from one of the many stalls and listen to the live entertainment while the kids play on the Jumping Castle. Admission is free.
Visit the home of Bundaberg Rum. Take one of the many tours they offer. Purchase something from the gift shop including our famous Bundy Bear. See the full process from beginning to finish and discover the fascinating history. Don’t forget to ask to sample the range. An admission fee will apply. Please
Cruise down the Burnett River with commentary on our local history and plenty of enjoyable activities. Refreshments and morning or afternoon tea provided. Charges apply. For further information please press ‘Tours’ on your telephone.
LOVE CHOCOLATE? Then you are sure to enjoy a visit to Jakes Candy Shop, a family owned and operated business making the best home-style recipes the old fashioned way. Come in and taste some free samples. Located on Commercial Street. (also available at Shalom Markets every Sunday morning).
Visit Bert Hinkler’s English Cottage and see the fascinating display of aviation exploits in the house which was transported brick by brick from Southampton (England) to Bundaberg. The kids and enjoy the playgrounds and go for a ride on the Steam Train. Mum and Dad will love the Museum and for lunch you can picnic in the lovely gardens, enjoy a BBQ or dine in the restaurant. Some Charges Apply.
For all strawberry lovers a visit to Bargara Berries Café is a must. Set amongst landscaped gardens and strawberry fields it is the perfect place for relaxing. Open 7 days.
If the sights on the land are not enough for you and you wish to check out the underwater life we have some wonderful dive spots in the local area. i.e. Cochrane’s Artificial Reef, Barolin Rocks and Hoffman’s Rocks. For further information about diving with BARGARA BEACH DIVE CENTRE
Hoping to catch a feed to cook on the barby? Charters include:Bundaberg Deep Sea Fishing Charters – 4 persons minimum.
Home to over 1300 different varieties of brilliantly coloured marine fish and 350 species of both soft and hard corals. Enjoy spectacular snorkelling and coral viewing in crystal clear waters or for the more adventurous, scuba diving is available. Also discover the National Marine Parks and the glistening white coral sandy beaches. Morning and afternoon teas and a delicious tropical buffet luncheon provided.
Saturday Monthly Medal
4/02/2017 Stroke Score
1st Ian Hayne 65
2nd Craig Slade 67
3rd Greg Kruger 69
4th James Patterson 71
1st Daniel Finter 66
2nd Francis Riley 70
3rd Jack Van Damme 74 ocb
4th Mark Hochen 74
1st Debbie Yule 66
2nd Gloria Daly 71
30-3 Jan 2017 Single Stableford Score
1st Ryan Merryman 44
2nd Todd Hoffman 44
3rd Greg Cahill 42
4th Gerard Duncombe 41
5th Mathew Horne 40
28/01/2017 Stableford Score
1st Ian Prewett 42
2nd Ben Duncombe 41
3rd Wayne Tapper 40
4th Alan Chappell 39
1st David Draper 40 ocb
2nd Howard Dobell 40
3rd Bob Punch 39 ocb
4th John Hall 39
1st Diane Heather 38
2nd Leigh Chapman 37