Bundian Way Story Trail
Follow the ancient steps of the Bundian Way along the 1.8 kilometre Story Trail from Cocora Beach to Quarantine Bay in Eden, NSW.
The Bundian Way is an ancient 365km pathway from Turemulerrer (Twofold Bay) to the mountain ranges of Targangal (Mount Kosciuszko) that Aboriginal people from Yuin, Ngarigo, Jaitmathang, Bidawal Country have walked for thousands of years.
The Bundian Way provided safe passage between the coast and the high country for Aboriginal people from Yuin, Ngarigo, Jaitmathang, Bidawal Country. Travel along the pathway allowed different tribal groups to gather on the shores of Turemulerrer during the spring whale migration and ceremonial places near Targangal for the Bogong gatherings in summer.
The Bundian Way Story Trail provides a snapshot of this incredible journey, featuring eight beautifully crafted interpretive signs and spectacular coastal scenery.
Beginning at Cocora Beach, the trail leads through native bushland to a specially built Bunang Ring (ceremonial performance place), gently up Cocora Point and to Budginbro Lookout. From here, follow the Story Trail past Sealers Lookout and along the sand at Bungo Beach, onwards to Brierly Lookout overlooking Rixons Beach, finishing at Quarantine Bay.
There is free parking at Cocora Beach, as well as public toilets, a kids playground and barbecue facilities. There is also parking at Quarantine Bay.
Does not cater for people with access needs.