A 10 day food festival, bursting
with authentic farm gate to plate experiences in the Bundaberg,
North Burnett Region Queensland.

Where is Winterfeast?

Some call it the lifestyle capital of Queensland and we would have to agree. Great locally sourced food, farm gate foraging, beaches, family friendly activities and parks, the Southern Great Barrier Reef on our doorstep and only a mid-sized drive, train ride or flight to the nearest capital city Brisbane.

Winterfeast events over the 6 to 15 July will be held in both the Bundaberg and North Burnett regions, you can explore Australia’s food bowl from the rich diversity of seafood and small crops through to the rural landscape of cattle country, nuts, avocados, pigs and of course citrus in the heartland of Queensland in the North Burnett.

If you are heading to our neck of the woods to discover our rich farming stories, our delicious fresh food and meet some of the friendly locals, here are some links to get you started.

Tours, Accommodation & General Information

Fall into a very comfortable food coma after all of your Winterfeast festivities at one of these premium accommodation offerings in the region

Explore our farm gates, stay local or go further afield to enjoy our spectacular country, or get out onto the Southern Great Barrier Reef.  Visit Bundaberg North Burnett for all the ways you can turn your Winterfeast experience into your favourite holiday ever.

Getting Here

Situated just 365km north of Brisbane, Bundaberg is the southernmost access point to the Great Barrier Reef.  Come by road, by rail or by air – we’re just a hop, a skip and a jump away!

Find out exactly how easy it is to get here!

Take the Train

The Spirit of Queensland is a great way to travel to Winterfeast this year. Enjoy the convenience of regular services, sit back, relax in your Premium Economy leather seat or upgrade to the revolutionary RailBed for longer journeys, watch a movie and grab a bite to eat with a selection of meals, light refreshments and beverages on offer with a focus on Queensland produce.The Spirit of Queensland travels from Cairns or Brisbane and all regions in between to Bundaberg with five return services per week.

Or the Tilt Train travels from Brisbane to Bundaberg with five return services per week and from Rockhampton to Bundaberg with three return services per week.

Book now

Call: 1300 654 841

Book online at: www.queenslandrailtravel.com.au

Email: reservations@qr.com.au


Still Got Questions?

Contact one of the accredited Visitor Information Centres in towns throughout Bundaberg and the North Burnett and chat with a knowledgeable “local”. Visitor Information Centre staff and volunteers are passionate about their region and will be only too glad to provide advice and help you plan and book your holiday.

Bundaberg Information Centre

271 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg Qld 4670

Open Daily 9am-5pm.
Closed Good Friday,
ANZAC Day and Christmas Day.
Public Holidays 9am-2pm.

Tel 1300 722 099
Tel +61 7 4153 8888
Fax +61 7 4153 8880


Gin Gin Information Centre

Mulgrave Street, Gin Gin Qld 4671

Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm,
Saturday and Sunday 9am-1pm.
Closed Good Friday,
ANZAC Day and Christmas Day.
Public holidays 9am-1pm.

Childers Information Centre

Palace Building, 72 Churchill Street,
Childers Qld 4660

Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm,
Saturday and Sunday 9am-1pm.
Closed Good Friday,
ANZAC Day and Christmas Day.
Public holidays 9am-1pm.

RM Williams Australian
Bush Learning Centre &
Visitor Information

A3 Australia’s Country Way, Eidsvold Qld 4627

Open Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm,
Saturday and Sunday 10am-3.30pm.
Closed Christmas Day,
New Years Day and Good Friday.
Public holidays 10am-2pm.

Tel +61 7 4165 7272