A Place for all Seasons
The village of Bundanoon is situated in the beautiful Southern Highlands, less than 2 hours south west of Sydney, an hour and three quarters north of Canberra, and an hour and a quarter up the mountain from Wollongong.
Bundanoon is generally accepted to be an Aboriginal word meaning 'deep green gullies' and the village was established in 1867. Tourism has always played a part of the town's identity and during the 1920's there were 50 guest houses in the village. Guests came down by train from Sydney to escape the humidity and pollution and embrace the 'clean mountain air'.
The Morton National Park is the centre of physical activity in Bundanoon with many bushwalks and cycling tracks weaving through the bush and down into the gullies.
The population of Bundanoon is around 2700 and the village main street has a mini supermarket, pharmacy, newsagent, post office, service station and several cafes and gift shops to service the local community and their visitors.
The township of Moss Vale is 15 minutes drive while Mittagong and Bowral are 30 minutes away. There are 5 golf courses, various horseriding venues and many beautiful open gardens within 30 minutes of Bundanoon.