Bundaberg rests 50 minutes from the main highway, the Bruce Highway, on the eastern coast of Queensland.
Roughly half way between the capital, Brisbane and the regional city of Rockhampton, the drive from Brisbane will take approximately four hours.
South bound travellers can access Bundaberg by turning off the Bruce Highway at Gin Gin, or northern bound visitors can access Bundaberg from the Isis Highway turnoffs, just before and after Childers on the Bruce Highway.
The journey to Agnes Water and the township of 1770 is half the fun!
A comfortable half day trip from Queensland’s capital, Brisbane, the Town of 1770 and Agnes Water lie along one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in Australia.
The trip will skirt coastal townships, passing pristine stretches of white sand, and is accentuated by the sub-tropical delights of National environmental parks.
From the south, take either the Bundaberg or Miriam Vale turn offs and follow the signs. When travelling from the north, turn left off the Bruce Highway at Miriam Vale and follow the signs to The Town of 1770 and Agnes Water. The travel time from Bundaberg is approximately 75 minutes.
Once you're at Agnes Water and 1770, getting around is easy. The distance between Agnes Water and 1770 is approximately 7 kilometres.
Bargara is located a short 15 minute drive from the regional city of Bundaberg, four and a half hours north of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland.
To reach Bargara, leave the Bruce Highway just before Childers and follow the Isis Highway through Bundaberg, and north-east on to the coast and Bargara.
Coming from the north, Bargara is 3 hours south of Rockhampton, via Bundaberg, turning off just before Apple Tree Creek.
A 50km/h limit in residential and commercial areas or where otherwise indicated.
A 100km/h limit on rural area or where otherwise indicated.
A 110km/h on highest speed zone or when otherwise indicated