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Old Digger Bundaberg Rum label by State Library of Queensland
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Creator: Unidentified Location: Brisbane, Queensland View this image at the State Library of Queensland: hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/2008 Information about State Library of Queensland’s collection: www.slq.qld.gov.au/resources/picture-queensland This image is in our Commercial Label Collection at SLQ. You are free to use this image without permission. Please attribute State Library of Queensland.

WalkAbout: Bundaberg : Indulge Cafe

Another great spot in my hometown of Bundaberg is Indulge Cafe (80 Bourbong St Bundaberg QLD ) right in the central business district.

Lunch time was so busy that we had to stalk out a table for 3 but we managed to time it perfectly and get ourselves a spot. I joined my mum and my ballet teacher growing up Donna, for a coffee, lunch and a major catch-up!

Although it wasn’t around when I was still living here, Indulge has quite the reputation in town for being a great spot for coffee and lunch.
They serve Jasper Coffee from Melbourne , homemade cakes, pastries and chocolates and have a modern australian cafe menu with daily specials.

I ordered the Rare Beef Bruschetta w/ beets, rocket and aioli.
Delicious tender rare beef with the roasted beets and peppery rocket on top. With the rich and creamy aioli this was a great open sandwich!

Donna had the Sweet Corn Fritters with bacon lettuce and tomato.

All the food here looked amazing and was delicious - I can see why they are so busy!

I heard Indulge also rents out the space at night for private parties and events. So how about your next ladies wine night? Or even a bday dinner at Indulge….


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Somewhere in that brown swathe of water lies the house of a friend of mine.

There’s something indescribable about knowing that 400km above the Earth, one man stayed up late just to take photos of the region I grew up in, during one of its darkest hours (Gladstone, Rockhampton and Maryborough have also featured so far).

For now, I’m calling it a Pale Blue Dot effect, but it’s a little more personal than that.