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Driving into the Bundaberg region you are greeted by a patchwork of green, abundant farmlands sewn together by rows of rich red volcanic soil. Bundaberg offers a wealth of produce being grown, brewed, distilled and caught year-round. Bundaberg and the North Burnett are rich with year-round produce. From sweet, juicy strawberries, zesty limes and honey-roasted macadamia nuts, to fresh, flavour-filled ginger and humongous sweet potatoes, the shopping list goes on and on. Explore the red dirt roads connecting Bundaberg to Childers, Moore Park Beach, Bargara and beyond, where roadside stalls boast an abundance of produce available for purchase. Do your shopping at the local markets where locally-grown produce is hand-picked by local farmers. Embrace the locavore movement. The year-round availability makes for ever-changing local cafe menus and creative dishes as chefs aim to showcase the best and freshest produce the region has-to offer. Explore the local bakeries experimenting with local produce to create tantalising treats. Stop in to see our butchers for the best eye-fillet or their homemade prosciutto, bacon and sausages. You are guaranteed to go home with a full tummy when you visit our food bowl. From Bundaberg Region
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