THE Easter school holidays kicked off in spectacular style at the weekend, with residents and visitors flocking to Bundaberg's beaches and parks to take advantage of the sunshine.
And according to the Bureau of Meteorology, we can expect to see plenty more blue skies this week.
Bureau forecaster Andrew Cameron said if anything, the weather looked likely to get better.
"(Yesterday and today) we have the possibilities of isolated showers along the coast," he said.
"But it looks like that is clearing (tomorrow), though it could come back Wednesday."
Mr Cameron said the temperatures were likely to be average for this time of year.
"We're looking at maximums of 29 or 30, with minimums about 17 to 18 - great school holiday weather," he said.
Mr Cameron said Bundaberg could expect light to moderate south-south-easterly winds and some fresh winds on the coast.
Despite the wind, Moore Park lifesaver Julie Davis, said the beach was packed yesterday.
"We've had a lot of people on the beach and in the water," Mrs Davis said.
"The weather has been great, especially the mornings - they're the best part of the day here."
Mrs Davis said there were plenty of people taking advantage of the weather.
"We've got a bit of a mix, we've got the young families and then the grandparents with the grandkids," she said.
The lifesaver said she expected the beaches to stay quite busy throughout the school holidays.
"If this weather stays, it will be awesome for the holidays," she said.
The school holidays look set to be full of sun:
The maximum temperatures are expected to hang around 29 or 30
The minimum temperatures are predicted to be 17 or 18
There is a slight possibility of isolated coastal showers
Light to moderate south-south-easterly winds and some fresh winds at the coast are predicted