Burnett Heads

Burnett Heads, in the Bundaberg region of Queensland, is a town at the mouth of the Burnett River, and is located 16 kilometres from the city of Bundaberg. Burnett Heads has a population of approximately 2500 people.

Burnett Heads most notable feature is the historic timber lighthouse, the Old Burnett Heads Light, dating from 1873. The structure, originally sited on South Head, was replaced by a modern structure in 1971, the original Burnett Heads lighthouse was restored and moved to a local park.

In recognition of its lighthouses, Burnett Heads stages the annual Lighthouse Festival on the last Saturday in October.

Burnett Heads is in the Bundaberg local government area.

Pet friendly accommodation in Burnett Heads includes pet friendly cottages, pet friendly holiday homes, pet friendly self contained houses, and pet friendly bed and breakfasts.

Pet services in and around Burnett Heads boasts pet food outlets, vets, horse riding opportunities, pet breeders, pet friendly dining options, dog grooming and washing businesses, pet transport operators, pet insurance agents, nd pet supplies and accessories businesses.

Burnett Heads is a very attractive and welcoming town so don't hesitate when thinking of where to go for your next break. It really should be to Burnett Heads. The Burnett heads people are expecting to welcome you shortly, so please don't disappoint them, head to Burnett Heads asap.

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