The historic town of Bungendore is set in a pretty green valley near the nation’s capital, Canberra.
Bungendore is 40 km (35 min drive) from Canberra, and is 280 km (3 hr drive) southwest of Sydney.
The town is located in the Canberra District wine region and offers a range of winery experiences and restaurants serving fresh local produce.
The nearest airport is in Canberra Airport (30 min drive from Bungendore).
There are regular train services from Sydney to Bungendore via Goulburn. There is a train/bus service from Canberra to Bungendore.
There is also a coach service to and from the south coast to Canberra via Bungendore.
Bungendore is home to nearly 4,200 people; the median age of residents is 38 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up 2% of the population.
Queanbeyan District Hospital is the closest hospital to Bungendore (20 min drive), it has an emergency department and fewer than 50 beds. Major hospitals are located in Canberra (35 min away).
Bungendore is supported by the NSW Ambulance Service based in Queanbeyan.