Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the Bourbong Street Motel in Queensland
Located in Bourbong Street, Bundaberg it is the closest motel to the Hospital, and a wide selection of local restaurants, airport, bus services and train station. Bourbong Street Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. Featuring 17 rooms which have recently undergone extensive renovations and upgrades, all with undercover parking. Every room is air-conditioned, has access to free secure NBN WIFI, flat screen LED TV’s, high pressure hot showers, iron and ironing board, hairdryer and wake up service upon request. Each room also has a fridge, microwave and tea/coffee making facilities, with a toaster upon request. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, Bourbong Street Motel in Bundaberg will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
The historic sugar cane city of Bundaberg is a four-hour drive north of and the southernmost gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. It is fringed by fascinating coral cays, lagoons and 140 kilometres (87 miles) of glistening white beaches. You can’t drive around the Bundaberg region without seeing towering stalks of the local crop – sugarcane. There are three local brands – Bundaberg Rum, Bundaberg Brewed Drinks and Bundaberg Sugar – that rely on the local sugar industry and have helped put Bundaberg on the map. Take a tour of the Bundaberg Run distillery which dates back to 1888. You can even blend your own rum to take home. Visit Fairymead House, a grand 1890s homestead housing sugar industry memorabilia, a gift from Bundaberg Sugar. In Bundaberg, you can trace the city’s heritage in the museums and gracious colonial buildings. Visit the subtropical Bundaberg Botanic Gardens precinct, which includes more than 10,000 plants, a working sugar cane train and the Hinkley Hall of Aviation, which pays tribute to solo aviator Bert Hinkler. Take a break next to the museum at Café 1928. Cruise the Burnett River aboard the Bundy Belle and see Bundaberg from a new perspective.
The Capricorn Coast is an undiscovered paradise. Townships along the Capricorn Coast are surrounded by beautiful stretches of coastline where warm waters lap the sands of secluded beaches. Situated just below the Tropic of Capricorn, The Capricorn Coast is a beautiful stretch of coast with a temperate climate, magnificent sunsets and all the advantages of a coastal holiday while still maintaining a village style. Close to rainforests and National Parks, a string of beaches chartered by Captain Cook, Great and North Keppel Islands, and southern Great Barrier Reef there is no end to the holiday possibilities of this region. Depending on your interests there are a number of main regional towns to stay at the Capricorn Coast while you soak up the sun and explore Queensland at its best.