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Bundanoon Public School, Bundanoon First & Third Sundays of the Month 

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The Markets are held on the first and third Sundays of the month 8.30am to 2pm. The Bundanoon Makers Market is a fabulously friendly community event, crammed with arts, crafts, live music, delicious food, fresh produce and handmade goods. There is plenty of fresh local produce, breads, eggs and honey, plus a glorious selection of homemade cakes, jams, chutneys and sauces.

So, come discover the handmade, homemade, bakers, growers and artists and enjoy the buzzy, eclectic atmosphere of the Bundanoon Makers Market in one of the Southern Highlands most picturesque villages, less than two hours drive from Sydney. Have a browse, discover a bargain, taste from delicious local artisanal providores and international food stalls. There is easy street parking within a short walking distance.

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Contact: Lisa 0411 297 963


10am – 4pm at Bundanoon Hall
with Ellis Hutch of Quick n Dirty Tips for Artists

Spend a full day getting started as an artist. This workshop provides an overview and key information for artists at the beginning of their career. It can also be a useful refresher for practicing artists needing an update.

Tickets are FREE for Southern Tablelands Art Members or $75 for Non Members. All residents of Bundanoon (and Wingecarribee Shire) can attend for free by becoming an STA member. Membership is also free.

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Bundanoon Winterfest Confirmed For 2021

The Bundanoon Community Association and the Winterfest Organising Committee have announced that Winterfest is the recipient of a grant from the CommBank Bush Fire Recovery Fund.  The fund has been set up to support bushfire affected communities, to help them recover from the horrors of the Black Summer by strengthening social connectedness and promoting emotional well-being.

The grant will be used to help stage Winterfest in 2021. Winterfest is Bundanoon’s hugely popular week-long festival, a winter event that entertains and engages locals and visitors alike. 

Convenor of the Winterfest Organising Committee, James Fulford-Talbot, said
“After the horrendous events of 2019/20, and the recent cancellation of the much loved Brigadoon festival,  we really want to create an opportunity for our community to reconnect and recover from a very difficult period. We are working hard to stage a truly memorable festival in 2021 – a festival to bring the whole community together to celebrate after all that we’ve endured and to support and benefit our local businesses.”

Winterfest 2021 will take place between 3-11 July 2021. It will include a mix of events to help the community reconnect, recover and move forward.

For more information click here


Arts Bundanoon – Music at 10 Saturday.

Soldiers’ Memorial Hall 

iArts 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.

Arts Bundanoon will continue to hold as many concerts as possible on the second Saturday of the month. Arts Bundanoon is possible because of its team of volunteers

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17 SEPTEMBER to  4 OCTOBER, 2021

A blooming spectacular tulip display planned for 2021. Plans are underway to celebrate this momentous occasion in very special ways.  Over 75,000 tulips will be planted in Corbett Gardens in the coming weeks, as soils cool in preparation for the brilliant bulbs.  These superstars of spring will once again take centre stage in a blaze of bold colours and muted hue.


Regretfully, due to COVID-19  the Bundanoon Garden Ramble was cancelled for 2020.  

The Ramble will back in 2021 to celebrate 25 years of Bundanoon Garden Ramble and hope you will join in.  It’s going to be an extra special ramble in so many ways. 

The dates for Bundanoon Garden Ramble 2021 are 30 -31st October. 9.30am  – 4.30pm.

A combination of both large and small private gardens throughout Bundanoon will delight visitors.

It wouldn’t be Garden Ramble without scarecrows popping up around the village for the Lions Club Competition.  Come for the weekend, you won’t be disappointed.

For more details:  Home | Bundanoon Garden Ramble

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