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WINTERFEST 8-14 July 2018

Winterfest is back in 2018. Bundanoon’s Winterfest is a week-long celebration of the joys of winter, with a rich and diverse festival program offering locals and visitors alike a broad selection of activities and events, including plenty of things for the kids to do during the first week of the July school holidays.The Winterfest Opening Night Street Party, one of the best loved of Bundanoon’s community events, will once again launch the week-long festival.  For details of the opening party lineup, along with the full program of workshops and other activities that will take place from 8-14 July click here. The theme for the 2018 festival is Luminous.

For further details please contact Convenor Kaz Williams: winterfestbundanoon@gmail.com.

Mobile: 0418 425 611

BUNDANOON RAILWAY STATION 150th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS

The sesquicentenary of the opening of the railway line from Sutton Forest (now Moss Vale) to Marulan will occur 6th August 2018.

Restoration work on the NSW Heritage Railway Station buildings and the repaving & landscaping of the platforms began in May 2018 by Transport NSW in order to make the well-photographed station look its absolute best for the occasion.

Bundanoon History Group is planning a day of celebrations on Sunday 5th August to mark the occasion. www.bundanoonhistory.org.au

GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERA SYDNEY PRESENTS “RUDDIGORE”!

BOOK TICKETS NOW – EARLYBIRD PRICES APPLY

PERFORMANCES

BUNDANOON
With Palm Court Orchestra
Soldiers’ Memorial Hall
2pm Saturday, 29 September
7:30pm Saturday, 29 September

BUNDANOON GARDEN RAMBLE

The 2018 Garden Ramble, in its 22nd year, will be on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th October, 2018  and promises to bring wonderful gardens and delights for visitors to the beautiful Southern Highlands.

Eight stunning private gardens will open from 9.30am – 4.30pm. For more details on these gardens click here  For Bundanoon Garden Ramble map please click here 

Tickets are available in the Bundanoon Soldiers’ Memorial Hall, cnr Railway Parade and Church Street, Bundanoon, from 9am on the day and the hall is also the location of the free shuttle bus stopping at all of the wonderful gardens featured this year.

Cost: $20 for all gardens, $5 for a single garden, children under 16 are free. Tickets are valid for both days.

Keep an eye out for scarecrows scattered in the gardens around the village.The Bundanoon Lions Club holds a scarecrow competition.

The Garden Ramble Market also takes place here all weekend with plenty of interesting items for purchase.

WANTED for the 2018 Garden Ramble:
A String Quartet/Duo to perform in one of the larger gardens.
Would suit musicians wishing to get public exposure. Please contact Convenor Patricia Varley: patriciavarley@me.com

ARTS BUNDANOON CONCERT

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.  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 www.artsbundanoon.org.au/calendar