Burnett Heads

Bundaberg, Queensland


About Burnett Heads

Situated on the Central Coast of Bundaberg and Wide Bay in Queensland, the suburban community of Burnett Heads is approximately 307 kilometres away from the capital city of Brisbane. The town of Burnett Heads is bordered by several geographical features of landscapes and waterscapes, such as Barubbra Island, Watalgan Range and Port of Baffle Creek, to mention a few. Burnett Heads has nearby tourist attractions as well, including Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, which is located in the heart of Bundaberg City, and Fairymead House Sugar Museum, which used to be a Queenslander house during the early settlement of the state. Burnett Heads is famous for the Old Burnett Heads Light, a historic timber lighthouse that includes the original Fresnel lens. The town also holds the yearly Lighthouse Festival. The area of Burnett Heads is mainly linked by the transport services of the Gotlow train station and also via the Bundaberg Airport. Travellers who wish to stay in town may choose from a wide selection of hotels, like C Bargara Resort, Coral Sands by Kacys and Kacy’s Bargara Beach Motel, among several others.