Self Drive: The Bundaberg Region is within a comfortable driving distance from Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, South Burnett and Darling Downs regions. Bundaberg is just 4 hours’ drive north of Brisbane 360 km along the Bruce Highway (A1).
By Air: Qantaslink and Alliance Airlines operate direct flights between Brisbane and Bundaberg. Visit Qantaslink.
By Rail: Queensland Rail operates regular services from Brisbane, Rockhampton and Cairns into Bundaberg railway station. Visit Queensland Rail for travel schedules.
By Coach: Greyhound and Premier operate several northbound (from Brisbane) and southbound (from Cairns) services each day to Bundaberg. View Greyhound or Premier websites for coach services.
Where to park
Street parking will be available in the surrounding regulated parking areas close to the Festival site.
Motorists are advised that there may be road closures in place for 2020 Chinese New Year Festival. Traffic control measures will be in place and appropriate signage will be displayed while the road is closed. Council apologies for any inconvenience.
Where to stay
Relax at one of the local accommodation properties in the Bundaberg Region. View accommodationoptions.
No pets please
We love our family friendly pets however as the Chinese New Year Festival is such a popular event and can, at times, be a little crowded, it is not recommended that pets be brought into the event area. Please be aware that the sun, dehydration, noise and many people can increase the stress and health problems for our pets. Assistance animals are, of course, welcome.
Your cooperation will ensure the Chinese New Year Fesitval provides maximum enjoyment for all visitors.
ATM and eftpos
ATM facilities are available at the event and many stallholders accept eftpos transactions. Event staff can assist with enquiries on ATM location.
First Aid enquiries should be directed to event staff located in the event administration area.