Historical and award-winning architecture
The nineteenth century Homestead, twentieth century farm workers cottages, and world-renowned contemporary buildings, express Australian vernacular traditions of architecture.
Bundanon’s built environment begins in the 19th century. From a timber hut on the hillside to the 1860’s Homestead, Bundanon’s history as a farm property is still evident in many of the buildings on site, re-purposed and restored.
Bundanon comprises several groups of architecturally notable buildings, including the award-winning Boyd Education Centre designed by Glen Murcutt, Reg Lark and Wendy Lewin, and the new Art Museum conceived by Kirsten Thompson.