– Horse riding
– Scenic drives
– Bikeriding/ Mountainbiking
Bundanoon Discovery Rambles
Bundanoon Discovery Rambles are a series of eight walks designed to reveal some of Bundanoon’s hidden delights – the homes of the earliest settlers, the oldest commercial buildings, pioneer graves, quaint lanes and bush tracks. Along the way you will pass beautiful gardens, rolling farmland and unspoilt bushland – and catch glimpses of rugged sandstone escarpments. You will also see abundant wildlife – particularly kangaroos and birds.
The walks are intended to be a softer option to the many excellent bushwalks in the Bundanoon section of Morton National Park and, unlike the national park walks, dogs can enjoy all but one. The walks start and finish at the railway station in the village centre where there are several refreshment options.
Ranging in length from 25 minutes to two hours, the walks cater for all ages and all levels of fitness. Do one at a time or link several to fill a day or more.
The walks were devised by the Green Team, a group of Bundanoon Community Association volunteers who work to make Bundanoon even more beautiful.
Getting around in the village
The best way to get around the village is either by bike or by foot
The village and the National Park are both easily accessible by bike and if you need to hire one – make sure to visit Ye Olde Bicycle Shoppe
Wine Tours through the Southern Highlands
The Grape Escape
The Grape Escape Tours have grown along with the region.
Phone: 02 4841 0256 or 0407 677 066