If you are looking for the perfect getaway - 16km of unspoiled, flagged beach, a pristine river, kangaroos and wallabies patrolling the bush, and the only bright lights shed from the stars above - look no further. Moore Park, 16km north of Bundaberg, is just your tot of rum. At whatever speed is comfortable, you can walk or drive golden beaches that seem to stretch forever, dangle a line, explore natural wetlands where bird and native wildlife interact, hoist a sail, or relax alongside tranquil, palm-fringed lagoons Moore Park can accommodate your every desire, from full-on bush-bashing to marvelling at the wonder of nature as tiny, loggerhead turtles breakout of eggs laid in the sand of the Mon Repos rookery just a few minutes drive away and scuttle down the beach to the sea and relative safety.. Your day can be as busy or as laid-back as you desire and there is no better way to cap it than to sit back with a long, cold drink within reach and watch the rich blue sea turn gold as the sun sets behind you. There is a boat ramp at nearby Booyan.