Bundanon

Art Museum Open

The Homestead is closed to the general public until 1 September.

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

General Admission

Adults $18
Concession $12
Family $40 (two adults, two youth)
Members, Children under 12 FREE
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Art Museum Opening Hours

OPEN Wednesday–Sunday, 10am–5pm

Homestead & Arthur Boyd’s Studio

Closed to the general public until 1 September.

Take the trip

Bundanon is many things. An art museum embedded in the landscape. A wildlife sanctuary set on 1000 hectares. A gift to the Australian people. The vast array of experiences at this South Coast art destination means every visitor’s journey here will be different.

Getting Here

Bundanon is within easy reach for visitors from our nearest major cities, two and half hours’ drive from Sydney and Canberra. The property is located 20 minutes from Nowra, on the Shoalhaven River, and one hour from the Southern Highlands and Wollongong.

The final 3kms of road from Nowra winds its way through bushland, descending to the Shoalhaven River basin.

Please drive carefully. 

Covid-19 Important Information

Bundanon is committed to prioritising the health and safety of our visitors, staff, volunteers and vulnerable community members.

Please read more about our COVID-19 Management Plan before you visit.

Kids and Family

Bundanon hosts an extraordinary range of wildlife. Visit early or late in the day to view wombats and kangaroos or challenge yourself to spotting as many animals as you can during the day. 

Enjoy getting to know the Boyd family through the many family portraits and family tree, on display in the Homestead, and don’t miss seeing Arthur Boyd’s Studio. 

Explore Bundanon through our Learning Resources.

Wildlife Refuge

Bundanon’s properties are registered wildlife refuges. 

On 1,000 hectares, Bundanon  hosts a rich diversity of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and feral animals. We work closely with National Parks and Wildlife Services to protect and conserve the native plants and wildlife that live on our properties. 

When visiting, please do not bring your domestic animals (pet dogs & cats etc.) onto our sites. This is for the safety of our native wildlife, as well as your pets. 

Certified assistance animals accepted. 

Accessibility

The new Bridge and Art Museum are wheelchair accessible. There are designated accessible parking spaces available outside the Bridge and Art Museum. Guide dogs and assistance animals are allowed on Bundanon properties.

Arthur Boyd’s Studio and the ground floor of the Homestead are wheelchair accessible. There is a staircase inside the Homestead and uneven ground in the visitor carpark and throughout the site. There is no opportunity to sit down within the Homestead or Studio as the furniture is original and fragile, however there is seating available inside the Homestead kitchen.

Ramox Cafe

Bundanon’s new cafe, Ramox, features seasonal menus that champion locally sourced produce, with a paddock-to-plate ethos. Bundanon is proud to be partnering with local coffee roasters Daily Grind and Cupitts Estate to supply the highest quality beverages on site. The name Ramox pays homage to Arthur Boyd’s dramatic figurative paintings.

Walk ins accepted. Online reservations are currently closed.

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Art Museum
Boyd Education Centre
The Bridge
Ramox Cafe

170 Riversdale Road, Illaroo NSW 2540
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The Homestead
Arthur Boyd’s Studio
Artist in Residence Complex

533 Bundanon Road, Illaroo NSW 2540
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Email
admin@bundanon.com.au

Phone
+612 4422 2100

Post
PO Box 3343, North Nowra NSW 2541 Australia


Stay/accommodation enquiries

stay@bundanon.com.au


Cafe enquiries

cafe@bundanon.com.au


Venue hire enquiries

venue@bundanon.com.au

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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.

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