How good an artist are you?
The Bundy Book for visitors will be out in early December and we invite our younger readers to send us a drawing of what they think visitors should see. It may be the turtles laying their eggs at Mon Repos, relax on one of our beaches, see the view from the Hummock, go whale watching, picnic in the Botanic Gardens, take a cruise on the river, visit the zoo in Alexandra Park. We will leave it up to you. Go to the Bundy Book App available free from the App store for more ideas.
Winners get to visit the new Turtle Centre.
There will be three sections and the winning entries for each section will receive a family pass for two adults and two children to visit during the day the Turtle Centre at Mon Repos. Ranger Cathy Gatley said this new centre used state of the art technology to provide visitors with the ultimate turtle experience. The theatrette features a sandy beach and screens where visitors can sit on the sand and view the journey of the turtles nesting experience.
Your entry raises money for charity
All entries must be A 5 size - 148 mm high by 210 mm wide in any medium.
You can post us your entry. The address is PO Box 1775 Bundaberg. Attach another piece of paper with your name, suburb, and contact phone number and your age. Or drop your entry into the Camera House in Bourbong Street. Don't forget to attached your name and contact details. Do not put your name on the back of the drawing. Entry is free and entries will close for this competition on Friday 30th October. So hurry get your entry in early.
All entries will be given to Nicky Staff the producer of Night Of a 1000 Drawings to be held in November at the Wind Mill at Bargara for display. The entrance fee for the night is $20 and each guest can take their pick of one of the artworks. Anyone can supply artwork for this night. Drop your artwork into the Windmill by 31 October. The Night of a Thousand Drawings will be held 28th November.
Winning entries will be displayed here on our website. So hurry. Enter now.