This year the Bundanoon Garden Ramble is coming of age! It’s our 21st birthday!

It promises to be a wonderful weekend with eight private gardens open on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm, attracting visitors from all parts of the state and beyond.

The gardens will showcase a diversity of plantings and styles, from small to large and those in between, providing inspiration to all who visit. As you wander through these much-loved gardens, feel free to have a chat with the owners. Like most of us who have fun digging in the dirt, we are a friendly bunch who love to share ideas and information.

As well as rambling through our beautiful gardens, be sure to visit the Market Stalls in the Soldiers’ Memorial Hall, and in some of the open gardens where a range of gifts and plants will be available.

Keep an eye out for scarecrows scattered in gardens throughout the village. The Bundanoon Lions Club holds a scarecrow competition, with winners announced on Sunday. Visit the gardens and other activities around town by bicycle, hop on and off one of the shuttle buses or use your own transport.

The Bundanoon History Group will open the doors of the Old Goods Shed which is opposite the Hall. There is always an informative exhibition on the history of Bundanoon, which celebrated its 150th year in 2015. Also, a display of old farm equipment can be viewed in the main street.

Refreshments, provided by the local Lions Club, will be available in one of the open gardens as well as in the cafés in the village.

Tickets will be on sale in the Hall, too. The price for entry into all eight gardens is $20 per person, valid for Saturday and Sunday, and $5 for entry to a single garden (children under 16 free). For group bookings, please contact to arrange early payment and avoid long queues on the day.


We look forward to welcoming you to Bundanoon.