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Bundanon

Bundanon’s commitment to accessibility extends to both our Artists in Residence program and Complex. We endeavour to accommodate all requirements to the best of our ability. 

While we strive for accessibility, it is important to note that certain features of the site may present challenges, such as uneven terrain and steps both internally and externally. 

We recognise the importance of individualised support and will collaborate closely with you to develop a tailored access plan if needed. This plan may encompass provisions such as Auslan interpretation, captioning services, or the attendance of a support worker or carer during the residency. Assistance animals are welcome, and we can offer guidance to ensure their readiness for your stay. We may request reasonable proof that your animal is a genuine assistance animal as Bundanon is a wildlife refuge.  

The Fern Apartment and Studio have been specifically designed to accommodate artists using wheelchairs. Access is facilitated through a ramp from the designated parking area to the apartment and studio, with the bathroom also being fully accessible. For those requiring specific measurements, such as doorway widths, detailed floor plans can be provided upon request. 

The Boyd Education Centre is accessible for a artists using wheelchairs and has one accessible bathroom which is shared between two rooms.  

Our approach is centered around the individual, aiming to cultivate an environment that is not only accessible but also inclusive, culturally sensitive, and trauma-informed for all participants. 

We encourage you to reach out to us to discuss your access rider or any concerns you may have regarding access.

Phone
+612 4422 2100 

Email
artists@bundanon.com.au 

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Bundanon acknowledges the people of the Dharawal and Dhurga language groups as the traditional owners of the land within our boundaries, 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.

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