Nature around Bundanoon
Bundanoon is the northern gateway to Morton National Park. Follow the well-marked bushwalking trails in one of NSW's largest national parks, admiring waterfalls that plunge into valleys below.
Just 140 km south-west of Sydney, Bundanoon is one of the Southern Highlands villages to retain its old world charm and connection with the natural beauty of Morton National Park. Popular since the 1920s as a tourist destination, the village has fine old guesthouses, an excellent health retreat, cafÃ©s and antique dealers - the perfect package for a short break.
Follow William Street to the east of town to find the sandstone grotto known as Glow-Worm Glen, best seen at dusk. The 11 km of roads and trails that run through Morton National Park make it popular for bike rides.
Saturday 24 October to Sunday 25 October 2015
Bundanoon Garden Ramble The popular Bundanoon Garden Ramble
Friends dining at the Ye Olde Bicycle Shoppe caf. Image Tourism Southern Highlands
Mural on the side of Ye Olde Bicycle Shoppe, cafe and bike hire, in Bundanoon, Southern Highlands. Image Tourism Southern Highlands
Fairy Bower Falls, Morton National Park
Mountain biking at Morton National Park, Bundanoon. Image Tourism Southern Highlands