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NO BOTTLED WATER! ENVIRONMENTALLY
CONSCIOUS INHABITANTS HAVE BANNED
PLASTIC BOTTLED WATER FROM THE TOWN'S
CENTRE AND THE IDEA IS SPREADING.
AT THE southern edge of the Highlands, Bundanoon's
position on the edge of deep valleys and escarpments of
the Great Dividing Range has made it a mecca for travellers
who love hiking, mountain biking, and the great outdoors.
A well-equipped bike shop is the place to stop for repairs,
parts, new bikes and information on the great Highland Fling.
There are parks, playgrounds and accommodation in all
forms surrounding the town, which manages to maintain its
sleepy town atmosphere despite its extreme popularity.
When visiting Bundanoon,
come and visit the friendly staff at
Pioneer Flask and choose from
the range of beer, wine and spirits
including local beers and wines.
PIONEER FLASK CELLARS
13 Railway Ave, Bundanoon Telephone 4883 7314
Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 7pm Sunday 10am to 4pm Public holidays 10am to 4pm
did you know?
The first floral festival in the Highlands -- the Boronia
Festival in Bundanoon -- ceased after severe wildfires in
the 1960s depleted the area's Boronias. Thankfully, after
drought-breaking rains in 2010, Bundanoon's Boronia
species have bounced back in good numbers, and include
flowers from dark pink through to rare white blooms.
Some of Bundanoon's Boronia species can be easily seen
in Morton National Park along the dirt road between
Gambell's Rest and Echo Point, and along nearby walking
trails, especially along Lovers Walk.
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