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Bundaberg City, the Coral Coast and Country Hinterland is an absolute treasure chest of great attractions and facilities, providing a perfect holiday location. The renowned Great Barrier Reef begins offshore, and this southern part is stinger free. Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliot Islands, at the region`s coral cay playgrounds, providing island habitats and reefs to explore. From Bundaberg you can enjoy cruises and ferry trips, reef walks, swimming, snorkeling, glass bottom boats, scuba diving, wind surfing and semi-submersibles - wonderful ways to see and enjoy the World Heritage Great Barrier Reef. You can also visit Fitzroy Reef Lagoon and the fringing reefs of the Woongarra Marine Park right on the shoreline of the Coral Coast. The Bundaberg region includes more than 140 km of beautiful white, unspoilt beaches that extend from Woodgate in the south to the Town of 1770 in the north. The beaches are free of stingers and there is good surf that is unavailable further north. Many creeks, rivers, lakes, estuaries, beaches and off-shore reefs provide ideal fishing spots in the region. Bundaberg`s Hinterland (including the North Burnett) has a beautiful array of National Parks and Sate Forests, including rainforests, sandstone cliffs, mountain ranges, and a wonderful range of freshly grown produce and beef from its green hills. Some of the hinterland attractions include: Auburn River National Park, Mundubbera, Mt Perry, Deepwater National Park, Childers, Gayndah, Cania Gorge National Park and Coalstoun Lakes National Park. Click on the town links for details about attractions and activities.