Bundanon Walking Tracks
Planting Diagram for Treelines Track, linear arboretum by Janet Laurence.
Our walks allow you to experience the iconic landscape of the Bundanon property and the wonderful lifeforms that live within it.
Treelines Track by Janet Lawrence
Conceived by artist Janet Laurence this linear arboretum traces the history of plants and plantings across the Bundanon landscape. Beginning at the site of the original cedar homestead on the Haunted Point Loop Walk, the north loop snakes past the Singleman’s Hut and joins the heritage precinct around the sandstone Homestead. The south loop then proceeds to the river through the Landcare Living Landscapes reforested flood plain. Steep in places, rough under foot. South loop mostly flat grassy walk. No signage.
1hr North Loop - 1.4km
1.5hr South Loop - 1.9km
Haunted Point Loop Walk
Steep in places, rough under foot. The track can be walked in either direction and includes a steep, short hill to the natural rock amphitheatre that features native orchids in Spring. You can also explore the Singleman’s Hut, built c1870s for farm labourers. Originally two rooms back-to-back and restored by Arthur Boyd in the 1980s. Pass through beautiful, rare rainforest pockets on your way to the scraggly outpost of Haunted Point. No signage.
3hr Full Loop - 3.5km
45mins to Amphitheatre - 1.2km (return)