Best Landmark in Bundaberg, QLD

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Bourbong and Barolin Streets, Bundaberg, QLD 4670

Since 1921

War Memorial, Architectural Buildings, Monuments, Stonemasons, Metalworkers and Architects, Statue, Landmark & Historical Place

It was designed by Frederic Herbert Faircloth - The monument which is erected in the heart of the city is 16ft high surmounted by the figure of a typical digger, 7ft, 6inches high carved out of a block of solid marble and made in Italy

ABN 82 010 819 271

The memorial comprises a tall red granite column rising from a massive granite and trachyte pedestal and crowned by a marble ionic capital and life-sized statue of an Australian soldier. The statue stands head bowed, arms reversed and carrying a backpack. Commemorative plates for later conflicts have been added to the pedestal. The monument is surrounded by concrete kerbing.
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49 Woondooma St, Bundaberg, QLD 4670

Since 1980

Public Library, E-Audiobooks, E-Books, E-Magazines, E-Music, Library Tours, Computers, Children's Activities, CD's, DVD's, Internet Access & Wi-Fi

The Libraries serve a population of around 97,000; hold around 130,000 items and issue approximately 1 million items per year

ABN 12 516 948 861

Mon - Thu : 9:30 am - 6:00 pm Fri : 9:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat : 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Sun : Closed
Love this library. It has everything under one roof. Friendly knowledgeable staff, books in large and regular print. You can book a session on their on site computers or sign up for one of their Tech classes. Their author nights are a must too.
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