International Trade,  Airport, University, Lifestyle, Tourism… Find out HERE all the good reasons to invest in the Bundaberg region as well as the latest  Facts and Figures and real estate reports by suburbs.

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Moore Park Beach,  Eliott Head,  Childers,  Coral Cove,  Bargara,  Woodgate Beach Mon Repos,   Avondale,   Burnett Heads,   Bundaberg CBD,   Innes Park,   Miara,  Coonarr Beach,  Gin Gin,



Why Invest in the Bundaberg Region?

International Trade – The Bundaberg region boasts a growing international trade market, home to Bundaberg Rum, Bundaberg Ginger Beer & Bundaberg Sugar, just to name a few.

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Bundaberg Regional Airport – Direct Access to Brisbane International Airport The 35 airline services that fly in & out of Bundaberg to Brisbane each week via Qantaslink & Virgin Airlines, ensure easy access to Brisbane’s International Airport.

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CQ University Bundaberg – a modern, purpose-built campus which boasts a 200 & a 100 seat lecture theatre, with state of the art electronic equipment. Students have access to a $4.7 million dollar academic and research building which includes an 64 seat scientific laboratory, sound studio and multi-media and science research facilities.
Did You Know?
CQU (Bundaberg) has an Exchange Program with Guangxi University (Nanning, China) The Guangxi University (GXU) is the largest comprehensive university in Guangxi Province where Bundaberg’s Sister City Nanning is the capital city. Established in 1928, GXU is one of the most prestigious universities in China with a total student population over 80,000.

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A Strong Tourist Trade – Each year tourists flock to popular Mon Repos on the coast of Bundaberg to see the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles on the eastern Australian mainland. Mon Repos is renowned for having the most significant loggerhead turtle nesting population in the South Pacific region.
The Great Barrier Reef (Southern end), lies parallel to Bundaberg. Here volcanic action millions of years ago laid down an ideal bed for fringing coral reefs which can be seen on fine calm days by snorkelling only metres from shore.
Tourist Statistics-
For the year ending June 2014, the Southern Great Barrier Reef region (of which Bundaberg is a part) had attracted:
· 1,670,000 overnight domestic visitors
· 123,000 international visitors
· $931 million in domestic overnight visitor expenditure and $81 million in international visitor expenditure

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China Towards 2016 is a long-term plan to ensure the China market grows in a positive, sustainable way in partnership with the Queensland tourism industry. Implementing the plan will ensure the industry is ready to welcome more Chinese


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