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Among the many joys of Spring comes the bird mating season, a time of frenetic activity in the bird world. However, Magpies in particular can become more aggressive than usual in protecting their new season young.
Some tips from National Parks and Wildlife if you find yourself threatened or attacked:

  • Take alternative routes where possible
  • Wear a board brimmed hat and sunglasses or carry an open umbrella for protection
  • If riding a bike wear a helmet and sunglasses. and
  • Fit a flag to your bike.

Reports of serious menace should be reported immediately to the National Parks and Wildlife- 4887 7270.


The 2017 Garden Ramble, in its 21st year, held on 21st and 22nd October, was another success story for Bundanoon.
The eight gardens, revitalised by the rain on Friday, shone for the visitors on Saturday and Sunday. Visitors came from Sydney, Canberra, Wollongong, and the Blue Mountains with coaches from  Huskisson and  Canberra.

The addition of stalls at some of the gardens proved very popular and will be taken up again in 2018.



This Saturday, November 11, is Remembrance Day. There will be a Service at 10.30 am plus a minute’s silence at 11am marked by a bugler at the Southern Villages’ Memorial Garden behind the Soldiers’ Memorial Hall.
After 11am at the same site there will be a presentation of a plaque commemorating the Kangaroo March re-enactment by representatives of the March Re-enactment Committee. The Plaque will be officially received on behalf of the BCA by Committee Member, Christine Janssen, who was also the Convenor of the Sesquicentenary celebrations in Bundanoon in 2015.

The Crash Test Drama Gala Final for 2017 is on Saturday 18th November, 5pm at the Soldiers’ Memorial Hall.   Organise a group of friends and come along and vote for your favourite play. The best 8 plays of the year-now fully rehearsed. Entry fee-$10. Bookings essential: phone 4883 7831.


Arts Bundanoon exists to present and encourage the performing and visual arts in
Bundanoon and the broader community.

Since its inception in 2001, Arts Bundanoon has presented music recitals, concerts and
other events of a very high standard to the local communities. Ensembles and artists
presented to date include pianist Gerard Willems, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
Ensemble, Jonah & the Wailers, Trio Empyrean, The Song Company, Jane Rutter,
The Ilythian Ensemble, The Jozef Pauly Ensemble (Belgium) and many more.

Arts Bundanoon presents a Saturday morning “Music at Ten” recital series showcasing
talented young musicians as well as experienced local & visiting artists “Piano at Ten”
is on the second Saturday of each month at 10.00am, though the 2017 December concert will be of the first Saturday.  Entry is $10.00 at the door, children under 18 free.

An afternoon and evening concert series brings professional solo musicians, ensembles
and orchestras of national and international standing to our venue.

The “home” of Arts Bundanoon is the art deco Bundanoon Soldiers Memorial Hall.
The community of Bundanoon has a brand new $70,000 grand piano housed in the Memorial Hall to replace the 7ft Kawai grand piano.  It has been made possible thanks to local fundraising, the Veolia Mulwaree Trust and Yamaha.  The piano was officially unveiled to the public with a special performance in August 2016.

For information on performances go to