Walking Bundanon: Haunted Point with Michael Andrews

Restoring river flat eucalypt forest at Bundanon.

Join Bundanon’s Natural Resources Manager Michael Andrews for a walk of Haunted Point Loop and learn about our current project restoring river flat eucalypt forest.

The 3.5km track passes through closed canopy rainforest, Spotted Gum woodlands and a spectacular ridgeline of Bloodwood/Burrawang forest.

This walk will focus on the restoration of the river flat Eucalypt Forest that would once have clad the broad floodplain of the lower reaches of the Shoalhaven River.

  • Length: 3.5km
  • Duration: 4 hours with rest, and discussion breaks
  • What to bring: Sturdy bushwalking shoes or boots, hat, sunscreen, day pack, water bottle and your own picnic lunch

About Michael Andrews

Michael has a history of working in environmental management with Conservation Volunteers Australia, the Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority (now Local Land Services) and Bathurst Regional Council. He is a qualified in Environmental Science, Horticulture, Adult Education and Natural and Cultural Resource Management.


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.

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