Bundanon is the home of the late Arthur Boyd. It was donated to the people of Australia in 1993 by the artist, who believed "you can't own a landscape" and wanted to share the place that inspired him so much, with everyone. The adjoining property which was owned by the artist Sidney Nolan was also donated. It also contains an educational centre and part of the property has been set up as a constantly evolving studio space for artists and writers. There are currently four studios with attached residences and a writer's cottage which are offered meritoriously to a select group of talented individuals from all over the world.
Guided tours of the 1860s National Estate listed Bundanon homestead with works from the Bundanon Collection and Arthur Boyd's studio. The upstairs gallery has a changing exhibition every three months. Enjoy bush and river walks and the grassed areas for picnics.Visit Website
Access With Assistance for the Disabled, Car park, Guide, Parking for the Disabled, Picnic Area, Sheltered Area
Meditating, Self-Guided, Wilderness Walking
Cultural, Educational Tourism, Historic/Heritage, The Arts