The 2013 Australian Country Cricket Championships will be played in Bundaberg, Queensland.
Bundaberg is a progressive cosmopolitan city as part of a vibrant diverse region just four hours north of Brisbane. Situated at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef, and enjoying the world’s most superb climate, Bundaberg is a provincial hub renowned for the friendliness of its residents, its limitless economic opportunities and a genuinely affordable cost of living.
The Bundaberg region is located in the heart of a rich sugar and horticultural belt supported by a growing manufacturing sector. In fact, Bundaberg produces one fifth of Queensland's sugar crop and the city is surrounded by a green sea of rich sugar cane and many farms growing Australia’s finest small crops.
The city plays a significant role in global manufacture and industry, being home of ‘the famous Aussie Spirit’, Bundaberg Rum, leading drinks manufacturer Bundaberg Brewed Drinks, diversified agricultural corporation Bundaberg Sugar, and many others of international recognition. Bundaberg Rum offers regular daily tours of their world-class distillery, as does Bundaberg Brewed Drinks.
Hosted by the Bundaberg Cricket Association, the tournament promises to be a true ‘celebration of country cricket’.