We Bundeneesians and Maianbarites have perfected the art of living. We live deep within one of the oldest national parks in the world, surrounded by unspoiled beaches, protected forests, waterfalls, swimming holes, 100km+ of scenic walking trails, rugged coastlines, exotic and abundant wildlife… it goes on forever. In marked contrast, Bundeena and Maianbar also overlook one of the best cities on the planet — in less than an hour you can be in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. Bundeena and Maianbar float between the best of two worlds.
Due to Covid restrictions, we were not able to have our festival in 2020 and 2021. These restrictions are subject to change and we endeavour to follow the rules set out by NSW Department of Health as is our legal obligation. Whatever the rules of the day, these will need to be complied with. However, we’re all getting good at this, and hopeful that restrictions will only be further eased so we can all enjoy a wonderful time celebrating the community.
OPEN TO ALL
Wheelchair access to the Community Centre is available. The market stall and live music area is under trees with level ground, although the grass can be a little difficult in a wheelchair. There are concrete paths in some areas with a gentle or level grade. The pre-school building which is the venue for Sustainability Expo talks has ramp access. There are pool gates across the access which may require assistance in opening for someone in a wheelchair.
stay with us
Whatever your vibe, Bundeena and Maianbar has it. From beachfront architectural masterpieces to secluded bushy retreats, you can find a bunch of options on AirBnB and Stayz. Be quick though, we are a small community so accomodation books out quickly.
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