The village of Bundanoon is the southern gateway to the 130,000 hectare Morton National Park. Features information on Bundanoon, places to shop and eat, things to do, and where to stay.

Morton National Park features many scenic walks and picnic spots, breathtaking views and waterfalls, grand sunsets, an excess of native vegetation and fauna and for the truly adventurous, the nocturnal joys of Glow Worm Glen.

Each year in April, Bundanoon becomes Brigadoon for a day, hosting one of the largest highland gatherings in New South Wales. It is a nonstop day of Scottish entertainment - massed pipe bands, highland games and dancing, culminating in several Ceilidhs spread around the area.

This picturesque gem of the Southern Highlands has retained all the charm of days passed and as a health restorer or a place of recreation it has never been exceeded.

For more information on Bundanoon, please visit the Bundanoon website or the Bundanoon Wikipedia entry.

According to the 2016 Australian Census, there were 2,729 people that considered Bundanoon home. The average weekly wage was $582, and the average age was 56.

Females in Bundanoon

53% of people in Bundanoon were female. 36% of females were married, and 8% were in a De facto relationship. 13% were widowed, and 19% had never married. 16% were separated or divorced. 12% of the female population was under the age of 15.

Males in Bundanoon

47% of people in Bundanoon were male. 40% of males were married, and 9% were in a De facto relationship. 8% were widowed, and 22% had never married. 10% were separated or divorced. 16% of the male population was under the age of 15.

Property in Bundanoon

There were 1,329 properties in Bundanoon, 84% of which were occupied by residents. Of these, 55% were owned outright by the people that lived there, and 29% were currently on their way to owning their home. The average weekly rent in Bundanoon was about $324, while the average monthly mortgage payment was $1,592. Roughly 36% of the household income was dedicated to mortgage payments. 11% of households had no internet.

Unless noted, demographic data sets are from the 2016 Australian Census. Copyright of demographic related data resides with Commonwealth of Australia. Used with permission.