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Bundy. Sugar cane fields, watermelons, the river and rum. Bundaberg is the best kind of not quite tropical - palm trees and greenery but without the killer humidity of further up the coast. Scraping the coastline on the southern (less popular but still spectacular) end of the reef by the Mon Repos Conservation Park (for the family life of endangered turtles.). Arrive by one of the civilised trains that run up and down the Queensland coast.

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