Bundarra and it's surrounding areas
Activities in Bundarra include fishing, canoeing, bushwalking and bird watching. The Gwydir River offers a relaxing environment for family picnics and BBQ's and for the appreciation of the abundance of platypuses, echidnas, water birds and wildlife in general.
Thanks to the strong bond between community members there are many clubs and groups to be involved in. The clubs cover a range of activities from an interest in horses, fishing, golfing, cricket and quilting.
There is a campground located in the center of town with powered sites near the pub with toilets and a laundry, ask at the pub if you need a powered site. There is a free camping ground at the beautiful Emu Crossing 2.5km from the center of town, where when the river is flowing you can see platypuses feeding and playing in the late afternoon quite close to the river bank.
Other local attractions are the Courthouse, the Bottle Museum, the many activities at the showgrounds and the Granite Grove Iris Farm.
To the south along the Thunderbolts Way between Bundarra and Uralla is Mt Yarrowyck an Aboriginal rock painting site which is traditionally men's territory. The track to the rock paintings is an interesting bush walk in itself.
Some of the main events of the town are listed in the What's On page but they include the Agricultural Show in January, The Bundarra Campdraft Association Campdraft in April, the Pre-School Ball in September and the Bundarra Races in October.
If you are traveling further afield and and passing by Uralla, check out the Uralla Community Page for inspiration.