Conservator’s Trail

The Conservator’s Trail can be accessed from the picnic grounds or from the arboretum on Neindorf Road, a beautiful plantation of native gums and European species.

The trail passes the newly restored Bundaleer cottage and stables, old nursery beds and the Conservator’s Hut, where early forest conservators would stay. Enjoy truly spectacular views of Bundaleer Valley.

Scenic Trail

The Scenic Trail commences at the south-eastern end of the picnic grounds. Your effort will be rewarded with a magnificent panoramic view of the forest and valley. Marvel at the original dry stone wall along the ridge, built in the 1800s, including eucalypt and radiata plantings of various ages and growth stages. Keep an eye out for local bird and animal life.

Sculpture Walk

This is a short walk, but full of family fun, thanks to a series of intriguing sculptures created as part of the bi-ennial Bundaleer Festival. 

Play music on the giant percusssion instrument, lose yourself in the arboreal sculpture, see the giant sundial, and check out the huge ‘postcards’ of Bundaleer and Jamestown. 

Maple Walk

Enter the Maple Walk through the cast iron gate on the western edge of the picnic grounds.

The path twists and turns its way through a section of forest which features a glorious array of native blue and red gums, European deciduous ornamentals, as well as carobs and a giant cork tree.