Bundaberg is a city of approximately 70,000 population on the Burnett River close to 380 kilometres north of Queensland's Capital City of Brisbane. Located 15 kilometres inland from the coast, Bundaberg is the centre of a thriving sugar cane growing region and the home of world renowned Bundaberg Rum. The city is also situated at the southern end of The Great Barrier Reef with Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands nearby.

There are a large number of pet friendly accommodation venues and pet related services in and around Bundaberg with most being holiday homes and apartments, beach houses, pet friendly motels and caravan parks. The pet services other than the pet friendly accommodation options include pet friendly dining venues, vets, horse riding opportunities, dog training facilities, dog washing and grooming businesses, pet minding and dog walking, boarding kennels and catteries, pet and animal transport operators, pet insurance agents, pet photographers, aquarium supplies, pet food shops and the coast has a number of pet friendly beaches.

Many of the buildings and sites in and around Bundaberg are heritage listed as the area beagn to grow many years ago. During summer the average high temperature is 30 degrees celcius and 22 in winter. In 2010 Bundaberg had its worst floods in 60 years when the Burnett River burst it banks, damaging and ruining many buildings and sites.

Popular tourist attractions in and around Bundaberg are the Botanic Gardens, the Hinkler Hall of Aviation plus the beautiful beaches including Moore Park Beach which stretches for 20 kilometres and is a beautiful white sandy beach. Other appealing beaches are Oaks Beach, Nielsen Park Beach, Elliott Heads, Mon Repos, Bargara Beach, Kellys Beach and Innes Park.

Many well known identities come from and live in Bundaberg and a small selection of these include Socceroo Star Clint Bolton, Pioneer aviator Bert Hinkler, great singer Gladys Moncrieff, Golden Guitar winner Ian Quinn, Australian Test cricketer Don Tallon and champion Rugby League player Mal Meninga who was recently inducted into the Australian Rugby League Hall of Fame.

The main income in the Bundaberg and North Burnett area comes from the growing and harvesting of sugar cane and the sales worldwide of Bundaberg Rum, but there are many forms of fruit and vegetables also grown in the area. These include avocado, bananas, citrus, mango, potato, rockmelon, stone fruits, sweet corn, tomatoes, watermelon, macadamia nuts and others.

Bundaberg is the main business centre for the very appealing North Burnett region and there are ideal pet friendly accommodation choices for you to look through with your relaxing and enjoyable holiday in mind. Take a look through the pages below containing some of this pet friendly accommodation and book your time in the near future for your Bundaberg experience.

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