colonial to contemporary


The built environment of the Bundanon Trust comprises several groups of architecturally notable buildings, distinguished by the 1860's sandstone homestead at Bundanon and the award-winning Yvonne and Arthur Boyd Education Centre at Riversdale.


Bundanon is regionally important in demonstrating characteristics of nineteenth century pastoral landscapes, their social and working structure and the distinctive way of life experienced in the Shoalhaven River valley during the nineteenth century. The attributes which clearly illustrate this are; the location of the house; a range of nineteenth century vernacular buildings; the patterns of land use; and the self-contained nature of the property


Bundanon Homestead

Bundanon Homestead, Photo Keith Saunders


The Boyd Education Centre is set on Bundanon Trust's magnificent Riversdale property overlooking the Shoalhaven River.

Riversdale is not open to the public except by prior booking.


Boyd Education Centre

Image: Erieta Attali


Tours of the Boyd Education Centre at Riversdale for groups are only available by prior arrangement. Contact Education Manager Mary Preece for further information.

Heritage Management

Bundanon Trust is guided in its care of historic and contemporary buildings through management plans.