Bundaberg Hotel Accommodation
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Here is a quick summary of the type of hotels and accommodation you will find in Bundaberg. If you are looking at a longer stay you can book up to 29 nights and you might want to look at the 5 hotels in Bundaberg which have kitchens so eating in is an option.
There are 1 five star luxury hotels in Bundaberg. There are 4 holiday homes, by definition offering unique locations and facilities. If you are looking for something eclectic, smaller or quaint there are 2 boutique hotels in Bundaberg. 5 ever popular 4 star hotels for business or pleasure, and 3 star hotels providing everything for the budget conscious.
and the 20 hotels with a pool.
Pampering, relaxation, massage and spa treatments are available at the 3 hotels with a spa and wellness centres. Or if you want to relax in your own room there are 5 hotels with a spa bath in your own room.
If you are visiting Bundaberg for a business trip you may be interested in the 17 Bundaberg hotels with conference facilities. 24 Bundaberg hotels have parking. And getting to and from the airport is made easier by the 3 hotels with an airport shuttle.
Bundaberg, the Southern Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, is a town found in Queensland, Australia. It is well known for its thriving ginger beer, rum, and sugar industries. From Brisbane, the town is an estimated four hour drive away. It can also be reached by plane. There are usually four flights a day from Brisbane.
On the coast just east of Bundaberg is the Mon Repos turtle rookery. This is where turtles return each year on the month of December to lay their eggs. Laying and hatching happens at night, and visitors need to be with a ranger to see the turtles. About 20km from Bundaberg are mystery craters. Tourists can come here for free to see the 30 craters set in large area that looks like a suburban backyard. Another free attraction is the Basin at the southern end of the Esplanade. Tropical fish can be fed and watched here. Tourists can even swim with the fish but are responsible for bringing their own snorkels and masks. Other attractions in the town include the Bundaberg Barrel, the Hinkler House Memorial Museum, the Botanic Gardens, and the Bundaberg Rum Distillery. There are lots of things to in the town. Tourists are welcome to walk around and explore every day.
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Featuring an outdoor pool and free in-room internet, Bert Hinkler Motor Inn (formerly known as Smart Motels - Bert Hinkler) is just a 5-minute drive from Bundaberg city centre. Rooms include free cabl...more
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