subterranean Art Museum sits at the heart of the new Bundanon

Embedded in the landscape, the Art Museum will house a changing program of contemporary exhibitions and unique cultural experiences, with events and concerts presented across the site.

Art Museum Opening Hours

Wednesday–Sunday, 10am–5pm

(Saturday 2 July: open from 2pm)


Adults $18
Concession $12
Family $40 (two adults, two youth)
Members, Children under 12 FREE
First weekend 29/30 January FREE entry

*Please note that the Homestead and Arthur Boyd’s Studio is open on Saturday and Sundays only.


Art Museum: Closed

Bundanon’s Art Museum will be closed to the public as we prepare for our next exhibition season Parallel Landscapes. Click here to read more about the upcoming season.

The Art Museum will reopen on Saturday 2 July, from 2pm, for the Official Opening of Parallel Landscapes. 

Homestead Site: Closed

The Homestead site – which includes the Homestead, Arthur Boyd’s Studio, Treelines Track and Haunted Point Loop – will be closed to the public during this period.

Ramox Café: Open Wednesdays – Sundays, 10am – 4pm

Ramox Café will remain open to the public during this period. The café will be offering a limited menu of beverages and light refreshments.

Parallel Landscapes (3 July - 6 November)

Three exhibitions bring together different ways to see the natural world, ranging from the historical to the contemporary.

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Bundanon’s new Art Museum and the Bridge for creative learning address how buildings and landscapes can be both resilient and resistant. The Art Museum has to be resistant to fire. The Bridge has to be resilient and let the floodwaters flow unimpeded. This project is a celebration of those forces on the site. – Kerstin Thompson 


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Designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Bundanon’s new facilities celebrate and complement the surrounding environment. From the Art Museum, the Bridge, housing a creative learning centre, and accommodation, spans 160 metres across gully. 

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The new Bundanon development incorporates radical solutions to a changing climate with a net zero energy target.

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Economic Impact

The new Art Museum and the Bridge will secure Bundanon as a leading cultural and tourist attraction in regional Australia, whilst delivering substantial economic benefits to the Shoalhaven region.

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Bundanon acknowledges the Wodi Wodi and the Yuin, of the South Coast region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.