The Moncrieff Theatre is named after 'Our Glad' Gladys Moncrieff, world famous musical comedy star who was born in Bundaberg. Originally the Olympia Airdome, an open air theatre built in 1920, it was enclosed as the Olympia Theatre in 1955; refurbished as the Crest Theatre in 1973; and reconstructed as the Moncrieff Theatre during 1985 to 1987. The Moncrieff has state of the art cinema equipment with Dolby Digital Surround Sound and offers recent cinema releases and live performances throughout the year. The theatre has wheelchair access and amenities for the mobility impaired - capable of servicing 17 wheelchairs at
Towering, ochre-coloured sandstone cliffs, gorges, caves, Aboriginal freehand art and amazing walks are just some of the attractions of Cania Gorge National Park. Find out about the park's wildlife, vegetation and history at the main picnic area beside pretty Three Moon Creek. Bushwalkers can choose from eight walks of varying length and difficulty. Short walks include the 300 metre (return) picnic area circuit along Three Moon Creek and a 1.4 kilometre return walk from the carpark to mining relics at the historic Shamrock goldmine site. The longest track, a 5.6 kilometre loop, takes in the Giant's Chair lookout and offers
Mon Repos Conservation Park is the largest loggerhead turtle rockery in the South Pacific. From November to March, visitors to Mon Repos can witness one of nature’s most fascinating spectacles — the annual pilgrimage of sea turtles. Adult turtles come ashore to lay eggs on Mon Repos beach. About eight weeks later young sea turtles hatch and race to the sea.