Mon 10 May 2021

 In its pre-budget statement of 7 May the Australian Government announced additional funding of $7.1M over two years for Bundanon Trust.

Bundanon’s CEO Deborah Ely AM and Chair Jennifer Bott AO commented:

With these new resources Bundanon will be able to successfully launch its ambitious new art museum and creative learning centre later this year, becoming a national tourist hub in regional Australia, and increasing employment and prosperity in the Shoalhaven. In addition, the company will leverage this Government support to increase self-generated revenue, creating a new model of sustainability for the arts in Australia.

We thank the Government for this recognition of Bundanon’s unique status in the Australian cultural sector as a place for creation, education and immersion in the landscape.

This additional revenue is comprised of $3M per annum for FYE 2022 and 2023, and an additional $1.1M to address legacy maintenance issues across the company’s heritage estate.

MEDIA CONTACTS: For further information and images please contact Head of Marketing and Communications, Beatrice Spence on beatrice@bundanon.com.au or 02 4422 2108


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For media information, interviews and photographs contact:

Beatrice Spence
Head of Marketing and Communications
Direct: 02 4422 2108
Email: beatrice@bundanon.com.au


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.

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