Arthur Boyd's Bundanon

in Culture & Heritage

The hidden gem of Arthur Boyds works and more

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Bundanon is a national treasure, it is the estate and art collections left by Arthur and Yvonne Boyd. Bundanon offers the visitor a unique collection of cultural and environmental assets. Included in his gift to the nation was a collection comprising several thousand art works, photographs, furnishings and documents referred to as the Bundanon Collection. It was the culmination of a considerable effort over several years that included holding works back from sale, buying works - in particular works by Merric, Emma Minni and Arthur Merric Boyd.

Sidney Nolan had added to the Collection with a number of early works, and a series made in the Bundanon studio in 1981, prior to his death in 1992. Set by the Shoalhaven River it makes for a quite beautiful visit so go by the Cambewarra Estate and select a wine and picnic to Bundanon to enjoy a full day there.

Details
Open: 
Sundays, but there is Bundanon Trust is prepared to accept private parties with advance bookings
Phone: 
02 4422 2100
Location: 
From Crystal Creek Meadows it takes 35 minutes to drive to West Cambewarra and arrive at the Bundanon property.
Suitable For: 
Groups of Friends
Couples
Individuals
Accessible
Accessibility Features: 
There is a commitment to make the facility as accessible as possible within the confines of Riversdale being a heritage building. There is also an Accessible Art programme.
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