If you've never visited before, we
know you are in for a very pleasant surprise. And if you’re a Bundeena regular we’re sure you’ll find something new about the area on this site.
The site is the online version of the Bundeena Visitors Guide, a popular annual publication that is circulated widely throughout the state - copies are available everywhere in Bundeena as well as in visitors centres and other tourist spots around the state.
Included is a section on the Northern Illawarra (which incorporates Otford, Helensburgh and Stanwell Tops right down to Wollongong), a wonderful area just south of the Royal National Park with much in common with Bundeena and Maianbar. Much of the information included here is found in the Northern Illawarra Visitors Guide which can be picked up in the Northern Illawarra and at tourist offices around the state.
Bundeena and Maianbar are unique places for many reasons. You might choose to visit for the
unspoilt beaches, or perhaps to explore the work of the many talented artists on the Art Trail held on the first Sunday of every month.
You’ll also find regular live music at the local Bowling and RSL clubs.
You can fish, walk and even go whale-watching. There is certainly plenty to see and do. We do hope you will enjoy your visit and return soon.