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.

Sundays, but there is Bundanon Trust is prepared to accept private parties with advance bookings
02 4422 2100
From Crystal Creek Meadows it takes 35 minutes to drive to West Cambewarra and arrive at the Bundanon property.
Suitable For: 
Groups of Friends
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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