Eight more Bundy businesses you may not have known about
MORE than 500 people read our initial story about 17 new Bundaberg businesses that locals may not have known about.
Following from that story, eight more small businesses got in touch to let us know they were around.
Richard Soley says the mechanic shop is a family owned business.
Dean Christensen shared the news of his local, family owned mechanical shop.
The North Bundaberg favourite has been around a while, but it's now under new management.
If you're a creative person wanting stamping or scrapbooking supplies then head to locally run website Lorna Blue Studio.
The home and garden business has all your needs covered.
A local workshop at Goodwood offering general fabrication, trailer repairs and hard facing welding.
Will fab, paint, install wood burners, fire pits and rim pots.
Petal's offers arcrylic nails, manicures, pedicures, gel polish, waxing, eyebrow tinting and a new service that will be added soon. They're over north.
This turf farm is only 10-15 minutes from town.
They sell four varieties of turf and the public can buy direct from the grower so they're supporting farmers direct.
They stock fertilisers to go with the grass also.
They do both commercial and residential.
They have only been in the region for 3.5 years and are a family farm with a husband and wife team, their four children and two employees.