Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Community Bounces Back; Bundaberg East Residents Show Resilience

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Community Bounces Back; Bundaberg East Residents Show Resilience

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IT IS ALL about heart in Bundaberg's East with residents and business owners working together to make a community to be proud of.

While Mother Nature may have thrown her fair share of adversity over that way, the community has continued to rise above it every time and seemingly come back stronger than ever.

Just a short drive across the Kennedy Bridge from Bundaberg's CBD and it is almost like stepping into a whole new world with well-designed parklands, new estates and sub divisions and a thriving business community.

You are definitely not short of choice when it comes to Bundaberg East, whether you are looking for a place to live, a local park to play in, somewhere relaxing to enjoy a meal with friends or a huge variety of other businesses that offer convenience, quality service and an extensive range of products.

It isn't simply about products though in Bundaberg's East, because there are also a wealth of other qualified specialists that can often exceptional services whether you have two or four legs and you can even try your hand at a new sport.

Education isn't an issue with quality educational facilities continuing to showcase their rising stars within the community.

Some of the businesses have such a rich history with Bundaberg East they are almost as impressive a stand out feature as the East Water Tower.

This monument is an engineering heritage marker highlighting the significance that the Bundaberg Waterworks played on the area and is considered a masterpiece in bricklaying and one of the only circular brick towers in Queensland.

Well set up for families with a range of new sub divisions offering quality housing, Bundaberg East also has a wealth of lovely places to enjoy the great outdoors as a family.

The Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park is something which the Bundaberg Regional Council affectionately refers to as Bundaberg's own slice of Kakadu with its beautiful area of fresh wetlands and rainforest providing an important habitat for waterbirds and other wildlife. …

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