Bundeena has a number of regular events which happen throughout the year including monthly markets, festivals, music, art and book events.
Annual dates for events may change from year to year in Bundeena.
Come Meet the Locals
Come down on the first Sunday of the month for markets showcasing the works of local producers. Read More
A unique way to view art
Browse and purchase artwork directly from the artists. Read More
Local arts & crafts fair
An annual event featuring locally made arts & crafts along with an art show. Read More
The Making of Sydney Opera House Revealed!
Award-winning writer Helen Pitt as reveals the stories behind the construction of Sydney Opera House. Read More
Exploring the worldly philosophy of economics
Professor Frank Stilwell in dialogue with the ideas of Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Henry George & John Maynard Keynes at Bundeena House. Read More
Beat the Winter Chill
Stock up on all your winter woolies for a great cause. Read More
Koalas in the Royal National Park
Presentation on the potential for the Royal National Park to be a koala refuge. Read More
Award winning journalist in Bundeena
A wonderful opportunity to get up close and personal with one of Australia’s leading investigative journalists. Read More
High Profile Homicide Detective Visits Bundeena
Gary Jubelin gives a talk about his career and his life post-policing. Read More
Politics doesn't have to be this way, we already have the answer.
Kyle Redman on deliberative democracy and the political philosophy that informs it at Bundeena House. Read More
Honouring our ANZAC Fallen Indigenous Warriors
A special dedication to Our First Nations Flagpole and Flag being proudly flown on Dharawal land. Read More
Lest We Forget
Bundeena Remembrance Day Commemorative Service will be held on Sunday 7 November 2021. Read More
Celebrating 25 years!
A family friendly weekend of great art and music hosted in the surrounds of the Royal National Park. Read More
Lest We Forget
Bundeena Anzac Day Dawn Service will be held on Monday 25 April 2022. Read More
The AI we need to fear!
UNSW evolutionary biologist Professor Rob Brooks discusses artificial intimacy. Read More