Bundaberg Barrel


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:

  • Through interactive touch screens, you can learn how the ginger root is crushed, brewed and fermented
  • Visit the theatre for the 15-minute 3D hologram adventure “Doug’s Promised Land”
  • Enjoy free product tastings at the Sampling Bar. Taste the tropics with flavours such as guava, passionfruit and pineapple and coconut on the menu here.

Souvenirs such as glassware and t-shirts can be purchased from the gift shop.


  • Parking for caravans, boats and cars
  • Toilets

Other Information

  • Wheelchair access
  • Family Friendly

Important Info




  • Adult $12.50
  • Child: $5.50
  • Family: $28.50 (2 adults, 2 children)
  • Concession: $9.50

Contact Information

Attraction Map

147 Bargara Road, Bundaberg

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