Sailing Guide

Bundaberg

Bundaberg

Characteristics

Description

The Port of Bundaberg has two marinas which are located in the Burnett River. There is also facilites to tie up right beside the main street, making shopping very convenient.
23/04/2011
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Bundaberg
2004:07:30 16:25:21
8/11/2011
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Bundaberg is the finish of the annual Port to Port Race fro Port Vila in Vanuatu. This is held around October this year http://www.bcyc.net.au/P2Pprogram.html
24/04/2011
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Bundaberg
2011:03:07 09:15:40
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Bundaberg
2003:03:07 11:26:13
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The "Spirit of Ireland" leaving the town reach of the Burnett River at Bundaberg.
8/11/2011
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Localisation

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Sites around Bundaberg
Flying distances - Direct line

Burnett Heads

0.7nm
84°
1 Jan 70

Gladstone

83nm
311°
Port .
18 Apr 12

Mackay

280nm
321°
Port protected by a breakwater.
18 Apr 12

Mitch's Port

400nm
175°
1 Jan 70

Nora Head Lighthouse

512nm
184°
The precast concrete block lighthouse structure was erected in 1903. In 1923 the lighthouse was upgraded to a brighter kerosene burner and finally converted to electricity in 1961.
24 Dec 13

Jerusalem Bay

535nm
186°
1 Jan 70

Sydney Harbour

549nm
186°
30 Jul 11

Garden island

549nm
186°
Location
Private Island with a museum at the north end accessible by boat.
6 Oct 08

Goat Island

548nm
186°
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12 Oct 08

Darling Harbour

549nm
186°
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12 Oct 08

Drummoyne Sailing Club

549nm
186°
1 Jan 70

Townsville

452nm
316°
Port protected by a breakwater.
18 Apr 12
Local Area

Coral sea

1 Jan 70

SW Pacific Ocean

The two major wind systems driving the waters of the Pacific ocean are the westerlies which lie about 40-50° lat in both hemispheres (the roaring forties) and the trade winds from the east which dominate in the region between
20°N and 20°S. These give momentum directly to the ...
23 Oct 15
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