TV host drops into town to taste lo­cal de­lights

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS - Noel Thomp­son noel.thomp­son@cnbtimes.com.au

DOC­U­MEN­TARY maker Peter “Sp­ida” Everitt stopped into the Mun­dub­bera Bak­ery for a mon­ster break­fast on his way through the North Bur­nett on Fri­day.

Mr Everitt hosts the TV show The Great Aus­tralian Doorstep, a travel and hol­i­day show.

“My pro­gram shows off the smaller Aus­tralian towns, how great they are, the peo­ple who live there and why they are a bril­liant choice for a fam­ily hol­i­day,” he said.

“I dis­cover the di­ver­sity of things to see and do around town and show how lucky the lo­cals are.

“I look for a nat­u­ral won­der, a se­cret spot, or some­one spe­cial in the town, any­thing that shows what’s unique about the area.

“Mun­dub­bera has amaz­ing cit­rus pro­duc­tion and has the beau­ti­ful Bur­nett River.”

Mr Everitt said he would nor­mally travel along the coast road but this time he de­cided to have a look some­where that he had never seen.

“I love to visit new places and around here I can’t even pro­nounce the names of the towns,” he said.

“The show al­ways in­tends to en­cour­age school chil­dren to be proud of their town and Australia in gen­eral, to keep it clean, re­cy­cle and at the same time eat healthy and be ac­tive. More im­por­tantly help them ed­u­cate other chil­dren.”

PHOTO: NOEL THOMP­SON

FINE FARE: Peter 'Sp­ida' Everitt stops into the Mun­dub­bera Bak­ery for a mon­ster break­fast on his way through the North Bur­nett.

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