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West Cambewarra, NSW

West Cambewarra is home to Arthiur & Yvonne Boyd’s “Bundanon” & the Boyd education centre “Riversdale”

Bundanon is open every Sunday from 10.30am to 4.00pm As access is via a very narrow private road it is appreciated if you arrive by 1.00pm to enable people to leave from 1.30pm

Tickets available on the day at Bundanon

Please bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the grounds. Tea & coffee making facilities available

Bundanon is a wildlife refuge, strictly no pets.

Riversdale is open for “Jazz @ Riversdale” the last Sunday of the season from 12.30pm to 4.30pm Enjoy an afternoon of Jazz while taking in the spectacular views of the Shoalhaven River.
Entry by donation
Lunch & refreshments available for purchase
Contact 4422 2100 for further information

Nearest Airport: Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport Mascot

About West Cambewarra

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