The Bundaberg region, nestled adjacent to the southern Great Barrier Reef, is the perfect place to reside. Located just to the north of the hustle and bustle of the South East Queensland corner, the region presents a relaxed lifestyle alternative for those seeking to establish their roots in a non-metropolitan commercial centre with an array of industry in which to find employment.
With established export markets in horticulture, seafood, livestock, food and agri-processing, sugar cane, aviation and education, the area has abundant investment and employment opportunities for the discerning entrepreneur.
The Bundaberg region hosts myriad leisure activities to indulge in when it’s time to unwind. These range from boating, fishing or 4WDing to dining and socialising at one of the towns’ many pubs and clubs in the evenings.
Invest Bundaberg brands the commercial business and investment opportunities under Business Bundaberg, with the primary focus of assisting those with investment aspirations within the Bundaberg region. Invest Bundaberg provides specific project detail, as well as general investment information covering the Bundaberg Region.
The Bundaberg Digital Enterprise Program, funded by the Federal Government, assists small to medium businesses and not-for-profit organisations to better maximise the opportunities from greater digital engagement.
The Perfect Place at Your Perfect Pace website showcases the benefits of the Wide Bay Burnett Region from a lifestyle, cost of living, employment and adventure perspective.
A packed house saw Bundaberg Region businesses recognised and rewarded at the Business Excellence Awards Saturday night at The Waves Function Room.
Winners in 15 categories were announced, with the Major Award, the Westpac Business of the Year, going to Tayco Outdoor Advertising.
The Burnett riverside will soon be the location for the region’s very own ‘Eat Street’ style marketplace following the approval of the development application in today’s Planning Committee Meeting.
A group of 20 students and three teachers from Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (HKIVE) enjoyed an Australia Food Science Study Tour to CQUniversity Bundaberg Campus from March 26 to April 1, 2015. The Applied Science students were welcomed by the representatives from both CQU and Bundaberg Regional Council at the official welcome on March 27.
(Photo: Students visiting SSS Strawberries)
Tuesday morning saw a full house of aspiring Council contractors and suppliers attend a “Supplying to Local Government” breakfast at Rowers on the River in Bundaberg.
Approximately 85 local business representatives attended the event to learn more about the processes involved in becoming a supplier or contractor.
Sugar industry researchers, millers and growers from Australia and overseas will soon gather in Bundaberg to discover the latest developments and innovations in sugar technology.
The Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists (ASSCT) 37th Annual Conference is a prominent event on this year’s sugar industry calendar. The conference theme is "Promoting Australian Innovation and Technology" and will be held in Bundaberg from April 28-30.
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Are you a business or not-for-profit looking to increase your digital engagement? Register your space at the upcoming Digital Enterprise workshop in Hervey Bay.
Are you a business or not-for-profit looking to increase your digital engagement? Register your space at the upcoming Digital Enterprise workshop in Bundaberg.
The Queensland Government has recently delivered on a key election commitment by reinstating the highly successful Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative. Skilling Queenslanders for Work represents a significant investment of $240 million over four years to support 32,000 Queenslanders into work through a suite of targeted skills and training programs.
You are invited to attend an information session for stakeholders to overview the Skilling Queenslanders for Work strategy, timelines and application process. A session will be facilitated in Bundaberg on 8th May 2015 from 10am to 12pm at Brothers Sports Club. Registration
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