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Bundeena Boatshed - Things to do

At the Boatshed

Do nothing and relax!

Watch the ever changing water view. With a little luck you may see the Dolphins which sometimes come in quite close to Gunyah beach.

Swimming and sunbathing.

Make use of the outdoor BBQ and release your inner 'Masterchef'.

Enjoy a drink and watch the sunset on another day in paradise.

Go exploring around town.

The Art Trail

Bundeena is home to many artists.

The Art Trail held on the first Sunday of every month is the opportunity to visit local artists in their studios and view their paintings, sculptures and artworks.

Link to the web site for the Bundeena Maianbar Art Trail: www.arttrail.com.au

Galleries/Shops/Market

Bundeena Picture Gallery. 58 Brighton Street. Open each weekend from 10.00am to 4.00pm and weekdays by appointment. www.robertwilson.com.au and www.doriskaminski.com.au Phone: 9527 1318.

Something at Marys Gallery. 8 Mary Street. www.somethingatmarys.com Phone: 9523 3758. Unique to Sydney the artist is offer one on one instruction as well as group classes in a variety of pottery and ceramics techniques including: wheel throwing, hand building, glazing and painting. The gallery is also open to visitors to view live demonstrations as well as browse a variety of unique and unusual artworks.

Wanda Stafford Art Studio 11 Gallery www.wandastaffordart.com

Bundeena Saltwater Market. On the first Sunday of the month, 9.00am to 2.00pm, located in the park opposite the shopping centre. The market showcases the works of local artisans. bundeenainfo.com/markets

The Royal National Park

The 16,000 hectares of Australia's first national park surrounds the town of Bundeena.

The park can be explored by car or foot and offers many different experiences.

Further information can be obtained from the park visitor centre or www.environment.nsw.gov.au

The Dharawal rock carvings at Jibbon Headland are one of the richest and most preserved aboriginal rock engravings in the Sydney metro area. At Jibbon Head in the Royal National Park, which is at the end of a one kilometre Jibbon beach track from Bundeena. Aboriginal Rock Carvings at Jibbon Head

There is a short walking track about 30 minutes from the Western end of Bundeena through Bonnie Vale and it's 1950's cabins to the sister township of Maianbar. Bundeena Maianbar walk

Kayak Bundeena

Kayaks for hire, kayaking lessons and guided day & night tours. Explore the beautiful Hacking River and Royal National Park by kayak. Located at Bonnie Vale picnic grounds Bundeena, open Wednesday to Sunday. Open 7 days through summer school holidays.

Link to the Bundeena Kayaks: www.bundeenakayaks.com.au Phone: 0419 254 981.

Cronulla & National Park Ferry Cruises

Take a ferry ride to Cronulla.

Or explore the beautiful Port Hacking River on a three-hour Scenic Cruise.

Or enjoy Champagne Breakfast Cruises, Lunch Cruise, Sunset Dinner Cruise, Live Music Cruises Land on a secluded beach, swim in the clear clean waters while lunch or dinner is being prepared on board the vessel as part of the Cruise Swim 'n Dine Cruises.

For more information visit www.www.cronullaferries.com.au

Sydney Coast Walks

Sydney's best kept secret.

Expert guide. Scenic ferry cruise. Park entry and camping fees included. Idyllic campsite. All meals.

For more details of Sydney Coast Walks unique tours: www.sydneycoastwalks.com.au email: info@sydneycoastwalks.com.au Phone: 9526 7390.

The Art of Living Festival

The annual Bundeena Maianbar Art of Living Festival highlights our community's talents, diversity, values and spirit. www.artofliving.com.au


Bundeena Services

Eating out

It is recommended that you contact establishments directly to confirm current opening times.

Bundeena RSL Memorial Club, 69 - 71 Loftus Street.
Having burnt down in 2015 the Bundeena RSL club is not currently operating!

Bundeena Bowling Club, 'Club Bundee', 49 Liverpool Street. The restaurant, P&P Kitchen, serves Indonesian & Australian dishes. It is open from Wednesday to Sunday. Lunch is 12.00pm to 2.30pm. Dinner is 5.00pm to 9.00pm. Phone: 9527 0807.

The Passionfruit Cafe, 46 Brighton Street is open 7 days, from 8.30am to 3.30pm. Extended opening until 5.00pm on weekends. Phone: 9527 6555.

The Copper Cup Cafe, 42 Brighton Street is open 6 days (close Tuesday), from 8.00am to 3.00pm, for breakfast and lunch. Also open for dinner, to 8.00pm, on Friday and Saturday (reservation recommended). Phone: 9527 5523. The Copper Cup Cafe

The Driftwood Cafe Bundeena, 1/36-40 Brighton Street is open 5 days (close Monday and Tuesday), from 7.00am to 9.00pm, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Phone: 9544 3493. www.driftwoodbundeena.com.au

Cafe Manna, 2/22-30 Brighton Street is open 7 days, from 8.30am, for breakfast and lunch. Allpress coffee and 'gluten free' meals available. Phone: 9523 9555.

Others

IGA Supermarket and Liquor store, 1/96-98 Loftus Street. Open 8.00am to 8.00pm, 7 days.

Bundeena Service Station on Bundeena Drive. Fuel supplies, meat & groceries, bakery, National Park passes and maps. Phone: 9523 2153.

Link to check Bundeena weather


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Phone: 02 9523 0084
Mobile: 0409 820 111
email: info@bundeenaboatshed.com.au