Arguably as famous as the iconic rum which put Bundaberg on the global map, is Bundaberg Ginger Beer. And you’ll find this spicy soft drink and 13 other flavours inside a large barrel on the road to Bargara.
Bundaberg Brewed Drinks offers a hands-on education of their factory, starting with the True Brew Experience Tour:
Souvenirs such as glassware and t-shirts can be purchased from the gift shop.
147 Bargara Road, Bundaberg
An entire village of more than 50 beautifully restored buildings, the village of Herberton – an old tin mining town – is an incredible tribute to Australia’s past. Allow plenty of time to marvel at the incredible detail of this outdoor museum as you wander through the old school house, bank, toy shop and chemist.
The only distillery in Tropical North Queensland, Mt Uncle is set among banana, avocado and macadamia trees. Wonder the grounds with the peacocks; visit the cellar door for a taste of its award-winning spirits and liqueurs; or drop by the restaurant for a spot of lunch.
More than 500 years old, and only a short drive from Yungaburra, the curtain tree fig is a fascinating display of nature and a must-see attraction of the Atherton Tablelands.