TV host drops into town to taste local delights
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.”
FINE FARE: Peter 'Spida' Everitt stops into the Mundubbera Bakery for a monster breakfast on his way through the North Burnett.