Plan your visit | Miwatj Yolŋu – Sunrise People | 28 October - 11 February


I stress the uniqueness of the Australian landscape and its metaphysical and mythic content. Arthur Boyd

Safety: All visitors must wear sturdy enclosed footwear when walking the tracks at Bundanon. Please stick to the formal walking tracks, as marked on the site.

Livestock: There is livestock on the property. Please leave gates as you find them (open or closed).

Walking Tracks

Haunted Loop

Full loop: 3.5km, 2.5 hours
Ampitheatre return: 1.2km, 45mins

Steep in places, rough under foot. The track includes a steep short hill to the natural rock amphitheatre featuring native orchids in springPass through rare rainforest pockets on your way to the outpost.

Walking Tracks

Treelines Track

North Track: 1.4km, 1 hour
South Loop: 1.9km, 1.5 hours

Conceived by artist Janet Laurence, this linear arboretum traces the history of plants and plantings across the Bundanon landscape. Steep in places, rough under foot. South loop mostly flat grassy walk.

Guided Walks

Enjoy the Bundanon property in a series of guided walks led by land custodians, ecologists and local experts.

The walks focus on the natural and cultural significance of the local area, including First Nations stories and technology.

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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.