TOURING BARGARA: Segue Bundy owners Matt and Jacquie Dempsey. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail
TOURING BARGARA: Segue Bundy owners Matt and Jacquie Dempsey. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail Max Fleet

See the sights in a segue

TOURING BARGARA: Bundaberg Cup ambassador Scott Prince takes a tour of Bargara with Segue Bundy. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail
TOURING BARGARA: Bundaberg Cup ambassador Scott Prince takes a tour of Bargara with Segue Bundy. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail Max Fleet

That's how you can now see the sights of Bundaberg with Segue Bundy tours.

Owners of the new touring company, Matt and Jackie Dempsey, took their fleet of 10 machines on a first run today from Nielson Park Beach through to Mon Repos.

"My wife and I came up with this idea about two years ago when we were holidaying on Fraser Island," he said.

"We thought it was great to see the segue screaming up and down the beach and people having a really good time."

The duo decided to take on the concept and are now up and running and ready to show people the beautiful sights of Bundaberg from an all-new perspective.

Yesterday a famous face joined the tour, ambassador for the Bundaberg Cup and former Rugby League star Scott Prince.

"I'm in Bundaberg for two days to check out some of the touristy things to do whilst promoting the inaugural Bundaberg Cup next weekend," he said.

Mr Dempsey said Segue Bundy had a number of great tours available.

"One of our tours is from Nielson Park to Mon Repos where we stop and have a talk about the Kanaka walls, the Mon Reps turtle centre and more," he said.

"Our second tour is a Sunset Tapas Tour which goes from Coral Cove Bar and Grill to Barolin Rocks, Innes Park and back to have tapas and refreshing drinks."

If you would like to find out more or book your tour, visit http://www.seguebundy.com.au or phone 0403 332 195



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