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Woodgate Beach

North Burnett

Woodgate Beach is a pretty village south of Bundeberg, the town spreads for about 8 kilomtres along the beach, the beach is flanked by she oaks and is made of white sand as opposed to the brown/grey sand and rocks on a lot of the beaches further north. The town is surrounded by National parks, it seems the local wallarbys have right of way in town, you can see them in most properties any time of day grazing on lawns or sleeping under trees.

Woodgate Beach

Woodgate Beach

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The first night we were here the sky opened dropping 128mm of rain. This caused flooding in the National Parks and stopped us accessing at lot of the areas we wanted to see. We did try to drive along a number of 4WD tracks, but were always stopped by a large stretches of water.

Flooded Boardwalk

Flooded Boardwalk


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Posted by Bauders 20:26

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