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Seeing Spots?

Seeing Spots?

As the days get longer and the weather warms up, Spring is the second most popular time of year to join a gym (after January). There is also a notable increase in beauty appointments. We all want to be beach-ready in time for Summer. Sometimes it’s only when we start...

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Aloha from Ohana

Aloha from Ohana

When the first sip of crisp, bubbly cider passes your lips, it’s clear there is something immediately different about Ohana Cider House & Winery. Their award-winning Cheeky Tiki ciders are refreshing, fruity and not too sweet. They’re the so-called ‘goldilocks’ of...

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Shooting for the Kalki Moon

Shooting for the Kalki Moon

Bundaberg’s beloved Kalki Moon Distilling and Brewing Company never intended to be a brand built on gin products. Given the outstanding success of their gins it’s hard to imagine. But this award-winning company was actually started as a small-batch rum distillery. ...

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Ruminate

Ruminate

Rum, whether it’s white or dark, is a universal drink. On every continent, in one way or another, it’s influenced the course of history. It’s aided weary soldiers, fuelled military coups, and been used to sway electoral voters. It helped prevent mutiny on pirate ships...

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That’s the spirit

That’s the spirit

Bundaberg Distilling Company has a long, proud history of trying to help out a mate in need. But if you ask Duncan Littler (pictured) from Bundaberg Rum, it’s the people of Bundaberg who made this iconic rum what it is today. “If the Bundaberg Region hadn’t been the...

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A growing legacy

A growing legacy

The rich red volcanic soil of the Bundaberg Region has been the catalyst for every industry that has sprouted here, with generations of farmers tending their crops in the name of prosperity and legacy.  For 76 years, the Greensill family has grown some of our nation’s...

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Nuts about innovation

Nuts about innovation

When their first macadamia seedlings were planted in rich Bundaberg soil almost 20 years ago, the Steinhardt family put into play their clear vision for what Macadamias Australia would become.  Two decades on, macadamias are fast becoming as synonymous with Bundaberg...

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The turbulence and triumph of Jabiru

The turbulence and triumph of Jabiru

Sue Woods loves nothing more than hanging out the back of a Jabiru 430 aircraft to photograph the ultralight aeroplane that follows behind. “Flying is like nothing else. It’s a three-dimensional world up there,” she said.  But it wasn’t always the case. When her...

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Cryptocurrency offer complete

Cryptocurrency offer complete

Why Agnes Water no longer needs to offer bitcoin payment options Agnes Water became the first ‘cryptocurrency’ town in Australia in 2018, with dozens of businesses signing up to accept bitcoin payments. The move made headlines across the country and raised the profile...

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