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147 Bargara Road, Bundaberg, 4670 Queensland Australia
Affectionately known as ‘Bundy’, in the 1960s Bundaberg’s famous square bottle and its polar bear label were introduced. The bear stems from the days when it was believed rum...
Bundaberg produce some 65,000 cases a year, mostly for the domestic market, making it the most popular rum brand in Australia. Sugar production is the main industry in Queensland,...
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