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Bundanon welcomes a range of visitors, including cyclists and cycling groups.

As there are no designated cycling routes or mountain biking trails on the Bundanon properties, the below guidelines provide a few simple ways you can promote responsible and safe riding if you wish to visit the Bundanon properties on your bike.

Plan your Visit

Bundanon is a welcoming place for a wide range of visitors, including artists in residence, school groups and commercial visitors. We often have events or functions planned that may make our roads busier than usual, particularly on weekends.

If you are planning a group ride, for the safety of all, it is preferable if you call ahead to check if any large events are scheduled and to advise us of your intended visit. It is also advisable to make a reservation at the Ramox Café if you would like to stay for a meal.


Opening Hours

Art Museum: Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm

Ramox Café: Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm

Homestead & Arthur Boyd’s Studio: Saturday & Sunday, 10am-5pm


Contact Information

Visitor Services Office: (02) 4422 2100 or email

Ramox Café: (02) 4422 2100 or email 



Ride on roads

Access to Bundanon is via Riversdale Road to the Art Museum and via Bundanon Road to the Homestead site.  Both roads are narrow and winding. The Bundanon Road is unsealed.

Bundanon is a wildlife refuge, with a wide range of flora and fauna. There are also several Aboriginal sacred sites across the properties. These are sites within the landscape that have special meaning or significance under Aboriginal tradition.

Bikes are generally not permitted on walking tracks or in wilderness areas. Please always stay on existing roads and don’t create new tracks.

If you wish to visit the Homestead property, the Treelines Track to the beach is accessible via the grassed laneways. Please do not ride your bikes on any of the grassed areas within the Homestead fences or on any other tracks.


Leave no trace

Be sensitive to the dirt beneath you. Wet and muddy roads are more vulnerable to damage than dry ones, so when the road is soft, consider other riding options.


Control your bicycle

If you divert your attention away from the road for even a moment, you could put yourself and others at risk. Obey all speed regulations and recommendations.


Always give way

Let your fellow visitors on the roads or paths know you’re coming and slow to a walking pace or even stop when passing.


Never scare animals

There are a large number of native animals on the Bundanon properties. Animals are startled by sudden movements or loud noises and this can be dangerous for you, the animals, and others around you.

It’s important to give animals enough room and time to adjust to you. If you are passing horses on the road, use special care and follow directions from the horseback riders (ask if uncertain).


Know your limits

Always ride within your limits. Know your equipment, your ability, and the area in which you are riding, and prepare accordingly.


Do your bit

Help keep roads clear by picking up sticks and reporting maintenance issues to Bundanon staff. Take your rubbish with you.


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.