Bundanoon, home to the Garden Ramble, is the ‘Quintessential Southern Highlands Experience’ and the perfect village alternative to the larger towns of Bowral, Mittagong and Moss Vale…the perfect place to relax and unwind. With a population of just under 3000, our delightful village is a gateway to Morton National Park where you can walk for miles and take in the breathtaking scenery.

The park has a selection of enchanting walks, lookouts and waterfalls where you can immerse yourself in the natural wilderness of the Park. Watch out for flocks of native birds circling above or making a raucous fuss in the trees. If you walk quietly you may catch a glimpse of a wallaby or kangaroo, possibly even a wombat, although you are more likely to see one of their holes where they hide during the day. There are also some roads winding through the park that are suitable for all vehicles.

Many townsfolk are keen gardeners who moved to the area for the joy of gardening in four distinct seasons. There is always a wonderful display of colour and form with the plantings around town. And Spring, the season of the Ramble, is spectacular with its array of beautiful trees, colourful blooms and tender new growth.

Behind the sleepy, old-world atmosphere of the village, Bundanoon is a vibrant community with many attractions. Take time out to restore and refresh body and soul with a range of health and well-being centres or hire a bike to tour the town and its surrounds. Visitors will find delicious offerings at our local eateries, cafes, restaurants and pub and enjoy shopping at the local antique and gift shops.

Accommodation options in town include the pub, motel, health retreat, unique guest houses, a range of B&Bs and cute country cottages to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Bundanoon is well worth visiting at any time of the year!

For more information visit the Southern Highlands Visitor Information Centre in Mittagong, southern-highlands.com.au or Freecall 1300 657 559.


Bundanoon is about a two-hour drive from both Sydney and Canberra and can also be reached by train. Visit the City Rail site for the Southern Highlands line timetables, or www.nswtrainlink.info for other train options.

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