Bundanon

Bundanon Field Day 2015

A chance to explore the natural riches of Bundanon in autumn.

Explore the Bundanon landscape. Take guided walks of the property with experts from regional natural resource management organisations. Witness the impact of our Living Landscape environmental initiative to restore native bushland. Discover the secrets of our endangered fauna and learn from those who monitor and care for them. Bundanon is partnering with National Parks and Wildlife Service NSW for this event.

The Bundanon Field Day commences at 9.00 am. Morning tea and lunch are available for purchase on site. Beverages available all day. An evening BBQ meal is available. You are welcome to camp at Bundanon on Saturday night. Purchase of BBQ and Camping tickets available until 12pm on the day.

Children’s activities are available between 1.00 pm and 3.00 pm and include a Bush Tucker Walk and traditional weaving with Deidre Martin from NPWS Aboriginal Rangers and a Flora and Fauna art workshop with Bundanon educators.

BUNDANON FIELD DAY MENU-Delicious food by Rabbit&Co.

REUBEN ON RYE $8

BANH MI PORK ROLLS $8

WRAP W CHICKPEA FRITTER HOMMUS ROASTED CAPSICUM SPROUTS TAHINI AND FIELD BEANS $8

WRAP W LENTIL PATTIE CORIANDER CHILE TOMATO CUCUMBER AVOCADO AND BEAN SPROUTS $8

MITTAGONG FIELD MUSHROOM AND THYME TARTS $8

SWEET

FLOURLESS ORANGE CAKES W LIME MASCARPONE $6

POACHED PEAR FRANGIPANE TART W DOUBLE CREAM $6

PISTACHIO BUSCUITS $2.50

YOYOS $2.50

RHUBARB AND APPLE CAKE $6

ASSORTED ICED DRINKS

Cost

Registration ONLY: FREE Registration + CAMPING ONLY: $10 Registration + BBQ: $22 Registration + CAMPING + BBQ: $32

Location

Bundanon Homestead & Grounds

Visiting

Cash only event, Free Entry, buy your BBQ and camping tickets on the day from 9am Online registrations are closed Food and drink will be available during the day but please note this is a CASH ONLY event. The evening BBQ and camping must be pre-booked before 1pm at Information/Entry tent

Dates & Times
02/05/2015 - 02/05/2015 Bundanon Homestead & Grounds
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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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