Bundanon

Stay | Discover Bundanon | 18 – 20 February

Package inclusions
  • Two night’s accommodation for either one or two adults  
  • Rooms supplied with full linen and towels 
  • Drinks on arrival  
  • Two three-course dinners with drinks   
  • Two buffet continental breakfasts  
  • Picnic lunch  
  • Art Museum tour  
  • Homestead and Arthur Boyd’s Studio tour 

Itinerary 
Day One 

Soak up the tranquil setting with drinks on arrival before a three-course dinner by local chef Gordon Macdonald, with a seasonal paddock-to-plate menu. 

  • 4pm: Check in  
  • 6pm: Pre-dinner drinks  
  • 7pm: Sit-down three course dinner 
Day Two 

Wake up to birdsong and enjoy a buffet continental breakfast before a tour of the new Art Museum and opening exhibition. Lunch is a picnic overlooking the Shoalhaven River and the afternoon is open for exploring the property or heading out to a local beach or winery. At dusk return to the Bridge for a gourmet barbeque and watch the kangaroos and wombats feeding in the gully below. 

  • 8-10am: Breakfast  
  • 11am: Exhibition tour – Art Museum  
  • 12.30 – 2pm: Picnic lunch –  collect from café 
  • Afternoon: Free time to explore the property or visit local wineries, beaches 
  • 6pm: Gourmet BBQ  
Day Three 

Enjoy a late checkout after breakfast and then head over to the Homestead and Arthur Boyd’s Studio for a tour of the spaces the acclaimed Australian painter lived and worked in. 

  • 8-10am: Breakfast 
  • 11am: Checkout  
  • 11.30am: Visit the Homestead and Arthur Boyd’s Studio 

What to bring  
  • Toiletries: please bring everything you need and take with you when you leave 
  • All-weather clothing: to ensure your en plein air experience is comfortable, bring warm clothes, a hat and sunscreen 
  • If you wish to explore the property or go bushwalking, bring sturdy enclosed shoes 
  • Refillable water bottle 
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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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