At the airport
The airport has a cafe that provides light refreshments for passenger and visitors.
A public ATM is adjacent to the café area.
A public phone is in the terminal. A free phone to call a taxi is also located within the terminal.
Public toilets including an all abilities toilet are located within the terminal and in the baggage collection area. A baby change table is available in the baggage collection area unisex all abilities toilet.
Bundaberg Cab Company - Ph: 13 19 24
Bundaberg Shuttle Service - Ph: 0421 413 446
The following rental car companies currently operate from the Bundaberg Airport:
Avis Rent A Car Ph: 07 4152 1877 www.avis.com.au
Budget Ph: 07 5443 5230 www.budget.com.au
Europcar Ph: 07 4155 0333 www.europcar.com.au/
Thrifty Ph: 07 4155 3216 www.thrifty.com.au
Hertz Ph: 07 4155 0884 www.hertz.com.au
Airport Baggage Trolleys
Baggage trolleys are now available to arriving and departing passengers. They are stored in the baggage claim hall near the baggage carousel, and can be released from the rack by a $2.00 coin deposit. The deposit is returned when the trolley is returned to the rack.
Smoking is not permitted within enclosed buildings at Bundaberg Regional Airport. Smoking restrictions are in line with Queensland State law which stipulates that smoking is not permitted within five metres of any airport structure. Smoking is not permitted within five metres of public transport (ie taxis) waiting points. Bundaberg Regional Airport does not have designated smoking areas.
Public safety is a key priority at Bundaberg Regional Airport and CCTV is used extensively throughout the terminal and its precincts. Images may be provided to Queensland Police or other law enforcement agencies. Your personal information will not be disclosed to any other person or organisation external to Council unless required or authorised by law.
Emergency assembly area
In the rare instance that an evacuation is required of the Bundaberg Regional Airport terminal and adjacent buildings the emergency assembly area is located to the north of the terminal, at the end of the covered walkway.
Security screening of all passengers occurs at the entry point to the departure lounge. The screening process involves a combination of the following measures:
- The x-ray of goods, items and bags
- Walking through a metal detector; and
- Random explosive trace detection (ETD) on persons and goods.
Our security screening personnel undergo training in assisting passengers and visitors with the security screening process. The training is in accordance with Federal regulations and ensures that the needs of all patrons are handled appropriately, whilst maintaining the integrity of the security processes.
The Australian Government has tips to help you prepare for your journey and clear security checks quickly and easily on their website TravelSECURE.