STAY | Parallel Landscapes Weekend | 28-30 October

Attend events from Bundanon’s Parallel Landscapes program, while staying onsite in our eco-friendly Bridge accommodation. Parallel Landscapes presents four distinct artistic approaches to the Shoalhaven environment and wider Australian bush and includes the exhibition Landscape of the Soul, which explores Arthur Boyd’s relationship to the tradition of landscape painting.  

Enjoy fine dining and local wines, with all meals included. Perhaps join a yoga class or a tour exploring architecture and the exhibitions. Join artists Betty Grumble or the Ngaran Ngaran Dancers for a workshop, watch a performance and join language custodian Drew Longbottom on a guided walk. The Homestead site* is open all weekend (10am – 5pm). Join a guided tour or explore the site at your leisure. 

*Please note that the Homestead itself is currently closed for remediation work. Arthur Boyd’s studio and the Homestead Kitchen are open.



Two people: $1700 (king bed or twin singles)
One person: $1370

Pricing includes GST. Your stay at Bundanon enables two children from local primary schools to participate in a day learning program at Bundanon.

Please review terms and conditions for accomodation bookings.

Friday 28 October

4-6pm: Check-in
5pm: Bundanon Built tour
6pm: Welcome drinks
7pm: Dinner 

Saturday 29 October

8-9.30am: Continental breakfast
10am: Magick Listening Bodies – Betty Grumble workshop (opt-in, $30)
11.30am: Ngaran Ngaran Dancers workshop (opt-in, free)
12-1pm: Lunch – The Bridge
1.30pm: Ngaran Ngaran Dancers performance (opt-in, free)
3pm: Exhibition tour
6pm: Pre-dinner drinks
7pm: Dinner 

Sunday 30 October

7.15am: Yoga
8-9.30am: Continental breakfast

10.30am: Walking Bundanon with Drew Longbottom (opt-in, $35)
11am:  Latest check out  

^Itinerary subject to change at any time. Final itinerary sent by email the week of your stay.  

What to pack

Towels, bedding and soap are provided in your room, but please bring anything else you might need including: 

  • Other toiletries: shampoo, conditioner and toothpaste 
  • Yoga mat – if yoga is included in your package 
  • Warm clothes, a hat and suncreen 
  • Sturdy shoes, if you wish to explore the property 
  • Water bottle 
  • For light-sensitive sleepers: some light does enter the room, so bring an eye mask 
  • Hair dryer/shower cap, if you need one 
  • A good book: there are no TVs at Bundanon, so bring something to read during any downtime 

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.