About Bargara

The seaside suburb of Bargara encapsulates everything you want in a relaxed beach holiday from dining, parks, barbecues, waterfront walks and farm fresh produce all within five minutes of your base. And there’s plenty of accommodation options from which to choose, whether it’s the popular oceanfront 4.5-star apartments and motels, B&B’s or caravan and camp sites.

Top things to do:

  • If you own a boat, there’s a ramp just off the main drag, or you can drop a fishing line in any number of spots along the coast. Other sports include golf and barefoot bowls.
  • The Mon Repos walking track is easily accessible from the caravan park and offers four kilometres of paved exploring.
  • Locals and tourists flock to the calm clear waters of Kelly’s Beach which is patrolled during the season.
  • For those who wish to sample the farm fresh produce for which this region is renowned, head to the long-running Windmill Café and try the locally-produced, award-winning gelato which is made with Baffle Creek milk and Bundaberg’s seasonal fruits. Pizza nights are often held here too. It’s a pleasant drive from the CBD along the road to Bargara where you’ll find local farms. Pick strawberries straight from the vine and savour them.
  • Drive along Woongarra Scenic Drive for photo opportunities of pristine beaches and striking black rock formations.

The seaside suburb of Bargara encapsulates everything you want in a relaxed beach holiday from dining, parks, barbecues, waterfront walks and farm fresh produce all within five minutes of your base. And there’s plenty of accommodation options from which to choose, whether it’s the popular oceanfront 4.5-star apartments and motels, B&B’s or caravan and camp sites.

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