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Over 50? Feeling adventurous? If you have ever wanted to strip off and go swimming, fishing, and bushwalking. If you love campfires, drinks at dusk and peace in the dawn, this is definitely for you. Near the bustling town of Gin Gin and the Great Pacific Way (Bruce Highway), nude nomads will enjoy a break, whether coming from Rockhampton or Brisbane. On 20 acres of natural bush it provides 340 metres of unrestricted riverfront access to a shallow bend of the healthy Burnett River. For the thousands of people who love the naturalist lifestyle, the idea of going au naturel on holiday is, well, only natural. After all, we did all come into the world sans clothing. So if you ever wanted to bare it all, put on some sunscreen, forget about your troubles and get back to the way nature intended, try Bungadoo Breeze. At least you won’t have to worry about what to pack!

Call Pauline on 0422 416 775.


Here are some “do’s” for your stay at Bungadoo Breeze.
1. Indulge the sun. Yes,even in winter!

The all over tan

  1. Go nude bush walking with 20 acres of absolute privacy.
    3. Go skinny dipping in the shallows of the riverfront.
    4. Book a body massage with Robyn in Gin GIn.
    5. Book a fishing charter with Jamie at Lake Monduran.
    6. Take the canoe out early and spot the family of playtpus on the property.
    7. Visit Lake Monduran.
    8. Observe the nocturnal Australian wildlife in action.
    9. Enjoy the magnificent night sky and stars. Absolute delight!
    9. Spot the curious Lungfish, exclusive to the Burnett and Mary rivers, at the riverfront.
    10. Go to the Gin Gin markets on a Saturday morning. Breakfast is great there.
    11. Take a day drive to the gold mining town of Mt Perry, & Boolboonda tunnel.
    12. Visit the Bundaberg attractions including the Rum Distillery Tour. (2 free tastings)
    13. Drive to Bucca Crossing, visit the historic Bucca Hotel.
    14. Catch the frequent open days at the neighbourly Alpaca Farm.
    15 Take the day flight to Lady Elliott Island in the Great Barrier Reef.
    16. Have a day exploring the coast from the Port to Bargara and Elliott Heads.
    17. A must on the list is to visit the turtle rookery at Mon Repos.
  2. Last, but certainly not least, do enjoy the glorious past time of bird-watching. Please feel free to download  and print this brochure- “A selection of Queensland Birds”. qld_birds_select_brochure





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